The Journey to Spiritual Completion: Exploring Beyond the Ego
Have you ever thought about what it means to be spiritually complete? In a conversation with Bentinho, he shared some insightful thoughts that really got me pondering. Bentinho doesn’t just see completion as the end of something; rather, it’s a continual journey, way beyond just this lifetime.
Now, this might sound a bit complex, so let’s break it down. Imagine our soul going on a grand adventure, not just in this life but through many layers of existence. Ben uses the term “densities” to describe these layers. Think of these like different levels in a video game, each with its own lessons and experiences.
So, what does completion actually mean? It’s not about the ego or our personal identity disappearing. Instead, it’s about our soul, that part of us that lives beyond our current life, reaching a point where it merges with everything. It’s like losing your unique identity, but in a good way, because you become part of something much, much bigger.
This idea might seem out there, but it’s kind of like finishing a great book. The story ends, but the characters and their journeys stay with you. Our soul leaves behind a blueprint of everything it’s learned, which Ben refers to as our higher self. This is what guides us, even millions of years into the future.
Now, don’t worry, this doesn’t mean you disappear. The essence of you, what makes you, well, you, always exists. It’s just that your soul, or your consciousness, evolves to join this grand, infinite existence.
Ben explains this as a cycle. We’re not talking about just one lifetime here; we’re talking about a cycle that spans the creation of the universe itself. And when one cycle ends, a new one begins, taking us into realms that are so different, they’re hard to even imagine.
In his journey, Ben felt a kind of disconnect with our current reality, almost as if he was outgrowing it. But then something changed. The world caught up, and suddenly, he felt excited to be here again, to share and teach.
So, what can we take from Ben’s insights? It’s that spiritual completion isn’t a finish line we cross and then everything stops. It’s an ongoing journey, a cycle of learning, growing, and eventually merging with the infinite. It’s not about disappearing; it’s about becoming part of something bigger than ourselves.
“To complete spiritually is not to disappear but to merge with the infinite, becoming part of the grand cycle of existence.” – Bentinho Massaro
This concept echoes a biblical sentiment found in Ecclesiastes 3:1, “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” It suggests that our spiritual journey, like seasons, has its time and purpose in the grand design of life.