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Inspiring you to live your best life through non-dogmatic spirituality.

That’s the tagline I chose for this blog because it’s exactly what I want to do!

My name is Ruben Ricart and I’m a certified life coach and ordained spiritual advisor with over 15 years of experience in servitude.

I was ordained as a minister of universal thought which means non dogmatic spirituality. I believe in one God, In The Holy Trinity, In the Father, The Son and The Holy spirit but I understand that the magnitude of my creator stems beyond the walls of man made structures and human ideals.

My vast experience in the field of spirituality & lightwork, my certification in life coaching and ultimately my ministry ordainment grants me the privileged opportunity of serving in what I believe to be my calling and purpose from birth; which is to return to the light, to the source or to God those who have lost their way.

I read somewhere that God does not have an identity issue and that statement has stood with me ever since. I believe that how we choose to address our creator is really of no consequence. I think the most important thing is addressing with the right intention, with praise, love and respect.

I don’t pretend to understand it all and I firmly believe that true knowledge of life and spirit begins in acknowledging that we know nothing. We must be free from judgement, from right or wrong in order to sustain our connection to the source of pure love.

I believe judgement and love to be on opposite spectrums of creation and the majority of religious leaders focus more on judgement than on pure love. I understand that even in spirituality a system of balance is necessary but man’s judgement is to imperfect, it is too blind to be responsible for even it’s interpretation.

Fair judgement, requires omniscient view and this responsibility is far too great for man to execute. Humankind is limited in perspective and therefore in my opinion the ultimate and prime spiritual law of the land should be to act according to love, compassion and mercy -not judgement, exclusion or excommunication.

Soul To Source is the space where I’ll be sharing my thoughts on spirituality, faith, religion and belief systems. It’s the place where we get to discover that God, The Universe, The Creator, Source Energy or whatever you choose to call the root of existence is attainable to us all.

This blog is about shining a light on the fact that GOD is beyond the walls of one faith, beyond the walls of one church. It’s about making it possible to return to GOD without feeling impure, unworthy or unaccepted.

In present day I am not religious but I did grow up Catholic; I’m thankful to have been born into it because it taught me so much about structure, prayer and about having positive habits that drew me closer to God.

The Catholic religion taught me that achieving sainthood was entirely possible through acts, habits and faith – what I didn’t enjoy? the judgement and control. I didn’t entirely resonate with that and because of it, at the age of thirteen I started to explore more and more about other belief systems and practices that strongly contributed to who I was and allowed me to experience GOD, THE UNIVERSE AND SOURCE ENERGY in a different but significant way.

I was still a catholic teen, but lived my spirituality outside the walls of my local church! Since then I’ve been growing and learning as much as possible and experiencing a spiritual life.

Spirituality is an experience that is natural to every single being and I want to help you tune into that very nature. There is so much to share and I’ll be attempting to do so in every single one of my post.

Overtime I’ll be adding more to this “about” section, so feel free to drop by whenever you feel inspired to connect to your source.. and feel free to connect with me on social media and say; Hello, greetings, satnam, peace and light or namaste – whatever vibes with you!

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Comments

Wonderful to read your words…I was raised Catholic and as with you.. a lot did not resonate within.. there was a “knowing” that this version wasn’t “it”.. but my relationship with source was always present… at such a young age it was difficult to articulate and confusing …but amidst all of that..there remained an undeniable knowing.. I have had a lifetime of spiritual seeking… and have
found it to be right under my nose…in everyday life….in the eternal now…

That’s awesome Marge! isn’t it a delightful thing when we can discover that the divine presence is always at hands reach. Sometimes religion makes it impossible to experience. In spirituality, it is always there. Blessings to you!

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