April 21, 2018

Interracial Marriage.

Quote.

When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.

Question:

I would love to hear your thoughts on marriage between different races.
Being on the spiritual path we all know that everyone is equal, we are all connected to the one Divine Source and it is all important to see what is on the inside of a person rather than their exterior look. I am married to a man from Indian descent and I am from European stock. I have always tried to keep a high vibration of love and integrity around people that believe races should not mix but I must admit it has been difficult. Especially when some people hold very strong, old fashioned views and they think they have the right to express them. My question is, how does one live in a world where your heart and soul say one thing and society (loudly at times) says another?

Response:

I support all those who want to get married regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, or gender. The challenges of creating a married life together is hard enough, but doing it without societal support makes it that much harder.

 

But if it’s any consolation, every spiritual aspirant has to leave the comfort and approval of their tribe at some point as they outgrow the confines of the group they have identified with earlier in life. As the spiritual self expands, it no longer feels comfortable within the confines of the rules, beliefs, and orthodoxy of the various groups they belong to—such as nationality, religion, and culture. My advice for you is to make your marriage such a big, strong spiritual identity that you do not look for the approval of others, nor feel diminished by the lack of that external approval.

Love,

Deepak

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