Suzanne M. Baker
Your soul survives death. You are an eternal, powerful being who is experiencing lifetimes on earth.
The human experience makes you forget this. It severs you from the blissful place you come from – your infinitely loving home where you truly belong. But you are immensely loved, always.
You are completely loved at every moment of your life.
And you, yourself, are eternal and infinitely loving. This is who you really are.
If you don’t already know it, brave friend, you are going through your human experiences in order to learn. What you are experiencing right now is only temporary, but you will carry its wisdom forever.
And during these intense times, you are learning exponentially. Because humanity is evolving rapidly. It is time to share information to help each other through this dramatic growth spurt. Please join me as we Share the Spiritual together.
I have always been curious and filled with philosophical questions. I studied philosophy at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland and Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the US. I then became a professional artist, exploring metaphysical themes. I painted wall-sized souls of light, composed poems, and memorialized the beauty of nature.
Along the way, I uncovered the loving and limitless reality of God beyond this human sojourn. I became increasingly drawn to the spiritual. Now, it brings me such fulfillment and a bigger picture of existence. It offers personal answers to the meaning of life.
I love how the same spiritual themes seem to appear to many of us at the same time, and I feel compelled to explore them here. I love how guidance falls into my life and resonates with my whole being (even though my humanness often challenges it!)
Please share your wisdom and thoughts about your own beautiful, unfolding journey with us on the Share page. With love and gratitude to all of you who teach me so much.
I embrace the truth in all religions, paying particular attention to how women are treated. I seek a world without systems of exclusivity that divide, and thereby distract human beings from evolving spiritually.