What is the spiritual path or the spiritual journey?
Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it,
unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.

What I found out about “the path” is that there are as many paths as there are people on this planet and that you’ll never find a soul that agrees with you 100%. Once you recognize and accept this, there is space for your Own Truth, without the need of judging others. We all have (very to slightly) different perspectives and that is just the way it is supposed to be. Thus we can be each other’s teachers.
That is why I live according to these principles:
1. be open to other approaches (Test everything; hold fast what is good);
2. know that you don’t know anything (for sure);
3. see that there is no end to discovering your Own Truth.

Spirituality is not a competition
Spirituality is not a competition, in fact: there is not even a finish line or certificate.
I’ve experienced many spiritual groups that purely consisted of spiritual egos trying to outdo each other. Often there was a particular (even self-appointed) leader or doctrine that was held as the “only true one”. If you didn’t agree, the group would say that you were still “too much attached to your ego”.
But who says this?
You might take this advice by Ram Dass: If you think you’re enlightenedgo spend a week with your family. 

Masters and Approaches, Pain Body, Body Awareness & Being
On the Masters and Approaches page you can find people and different approaches that resonate(d) with me. I also call them didactic models because of my profession (–:
You determine what is true for you!
The Pain Body and Body Awareness pages are about two aspects that are based on the teachings of Eckhart Tolle.
The Being page is a simple contemplation.

Pain Body

Body Awareness

Masters and Approaches