New Thought Spirituality New Thought Spirituality "You may have heard of the S.H.O.C.K. brand which stands for Seeking Higher Omnipotent Conscious Knowledge. The SHOCKphilosophy™ is a non-denominational, scientific way of approaching traditional manifestation and intention principles first popularized by metaphysics. The SHOCKphilosophy™ is a synthesis of theology, biology and psychology; producing a manifestation process that even non-denominational ministers and spiritual gurus have found to be a breath of fresh air to the prosperity process." What religion does SHOCKphilosophy™ teach? Basically, it follows the teaching of the New Thought spirituality. If you are unfamiliar with the New Though ways, they integrate both the traditions and beliefs of the Christian and metaphysical community. That is why, you will find this learning experience as fresh and unique since it allows you to perceive life in a new point of view. To elaborate further, New Thought believes that there is one Deity, not a physical being, but a creative intelligence of life who will always be within you as long as you believe in him. They also believe that evil does not exist. It is only because of one’s ignorance of his true nature that mistakes and sufferings are experienced. Once, you’ve understood your true nature wherein both love and a perfect mind coexists, salvation will be granted and sufferings will be healed. These are some of the beliefs and teachings of the New Thought spirituality. They have reached these concepts by allowing both science and religion to coexist in one plane. In the traditional practices and learning processes, you are only entitled to believe in one either in religion or science and not both. In reality, picking one side of the coin is insufficient because their laws contradict each other. In order to understand the totality of life and humanity, one must perceive both sides of the coin. And, that is the main concept of SHOCKphilosophy™. To find answers and reach the perfect mind by combining both beliefs and allowing them to fill each other’s gaps.
Published on Dec 17, 2013