When Doubt Attacks Faith: or Can it?


Faith is under-related, at least in my experience. It is easier said than done to have unwavering faith when your world seems as if it is tipped over and at the verge of crashing. Doubt creeps in like a thief in the night without warning and promotes all sorts of fears, to reason you out of generating the faith you need to transcend whatever challenge is at hand.

Often, I am faced with challenges that render me speechless. Times when I don’t know what to say or do. And much as I know that faith is available for me to dwell on, for some weird reason I allow the doubt to take over. And the moment this happens the ego steps in and delivers thoughts that weaken me even further. And the more I believe these thoughts, the more I feel defeated. But when I realize that everything is just happening in my mind, I snap my attention away from these energy sucking thoughts and then focus on my self. And by self, I mean the incorruptible part of me that can not be affected by anything known or unknown. This “place” is a “space-less space” of bliss, unwavering faith, actually beyond faith, with perfumes of unconditional love and unexplainable peace. Then, only then is doubt permanently dissolved. To reiterate, I refer to this place as a “space-less space” because it is beyond space. It is uncontainable, indefinable, imageless, and infinite.

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3 thoughts on “When Doubt Attacks Faith: or Can it?

  1. Interesting reading indeed. I practiced what is in your book and it’s so true. Living that space and moving into another reassuring space less space is a truely amazing space to be. Thank you

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