Wisdom from Ken Ludwig

Recognize that like the Tree of Life in the movieAvatar, we are all connected. There is a Oneness of all Life, so leave your thoughts of exceptionality and separation behind and embrace that Life.

A daily practice of meditation, prayer work, affirmations and reading will grow, over time, from daily practice to what you practice daily. That is a whole new way of life.

Be aware for synchronicity and follow your guidance.

What you call your intuition is the voice of God – Guidance-On-Demand.

The Source of all your experience is at the very core of your being. Spirit is in me and I am in Spirit and there is no place where one ends and the other begins.

Make every person you meet feel that you care that they are here and that you are genuinely glad to see them.

Learn the difference between discernment and judgment. I may discern that another’s activities do not serve me and wish to remove myself from their presence, but that does not give me permission to judge the individual. Condemn the offense, but not the “offender.”

Live in expectancy – knowing only that you expect good and more good to be your reality….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Ken is a radio talk show host, a speaker and a spiritual counselor.

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Monica May
Monica May4 years ago

I need to stop judging, thanks

Sunny J.

Thank you Ken for your continued Inspiration:) As always:)

Nicole Weber
Nicole W5 years ago

thank you

Sue H.
Sue H5 years ago

Lovely, thanks.

Cassandra Fountain

Thank you for the words of wisdom. They are very inspiring and spiritual. Keep up the good work. Sometimes it is important to just listen to your inner spiritual guide and let life and love flow. It takes greater energy to hate, be condescending and sarcastic than it does to follow our true nature which is love. Lets start to see the spiritual being in everyone we meet and refrain from judging.

Kristine Huff
Kristine H5 years ago

Condemn the offense, but not the "offender". Very good words and thoughts to live by. Thank you!

andrew h.
- -5 years ago


from Yogananda - maybe on similar lines:

"The happiness people want in life is not found in egoic self-absorption, but by expanding the sense of self to embrace others. Kindness is the law of the spiritual world. Kindness springs from the inner self, and bestows the readiness to look upon everyone as a friend. At its essence, kindness consists of the simple acceptance of others in recognition that they are all, like you, striving for self-improvement. Become the friend of everyone, ever ready to help. Always try to include in your happiness the happiness of other needy ones.

To be spiritual is to be understanding and forgiving. "..." When you can forgive someone toward whom you’ve held a grudge, you will begin to understand what it means to be inwardly free.

Freely forgive and forget those who offend you. Forgiveness means, in the last analysis, giving a person a chance to reform. If apologies on your part will bring out your self-styled enemy’s good qualities, by all means apologize. It takes spiritual development to be able to apologize graciously and sincerely. Do not, however, encourage a wrong-doer by being too humble and apologetic."


Wim Zunnebeld
Wim Zunnebeld5 years ago

noted, thx

Samir Nassir
Past Member 5 years ago

Beautiful words(What you call your intuition is the voice of God – Guidance-On-Demand )
Thank you very much for this subject.

Elsie Hovav
Elsie Hovav5 years ago

Beautiful thoughts