Marek GoldIn memory of Marek Gold

Marek, who was also known as the Fluteman, is the creator of Webspirit.
He ascended peacefully during his meditation and is now serving on a higher plane.
26.9.1953 - 7.12.2006

His light and love will shine upon all of us forever.

marekMarek holding a couple of incredible huge sweet potatoes that came up out of the garden on our beautiful property in sub tropical Northern New South Wales Australia.

"You just cannot stop things growing here. And on all Levels ....(if you know what I mean...)."

Peace Be With You
In Love and Light


Contemplation is the art of gently focusing one's attention on the particular issue at hand in such way as to perceive it's deep inner meaning.

This section will have regular topics of contemplation from Marek Gold for you to ponder. Be sure to return often.

Contemplate upon the real meaning of the words.

I can just say that Truth is Truth. It revels itself to all who are ready.

All is Perfect
Indeed everything is perfect in this Universe we live in. All is as it should be. Working exactly to the Divine Plan.

Things may not always appear so. On the surface imperfection seems to abound. But if we go deeper and deeper. To the Source. When we open our consciousness to the Infinite Wisdom. We see true perfection in all things.

If this is so there is nothing we need to try to change in the world.

The only thing to change is our own awareness. Look from the summit instead of the valley. Then we see all.

Rise above our limited viewpoint.

Glory and Perfection are revealed encompassing all Creation.

God is Love
The Infinite wisdom of the cosmos is like a huge jigsaw puzzle. Many pieces of the picture are needed for the whole image to take real shape. All are important. None can be omitted. But if there was one that could be ranked the supreme. Above all others then I'd have to say it's this.

God is Love

This is really the key to all wisdom. The one aspect that when fully understood leads to total happiness, liberation, enlightenment, whatever you want to call it.

That state, our Divine inheritance which we're all finding and what this life journey is all about.

God is Love

The beginning and the end. How simple.

God is Love

Think about it. Nothing else we need to know. We can only explode with gratitude when we realize this

God is Love

Life is simple
Our journey may take us through myriads of paths and teachings. In the end it's really all very simple though.

In the end it really just comes down to plain common sense because all we need is already given and always was.

We already possess everything we need within ourselves. The Divine Law is embedded deep within each of us.

The Voice of Truth forever speaking. All we need to do is surrender and listen.

Whether we chose to listen is another story though. Nobody said this is easy to do. To surrender to the Spirit we need to understand Truth, the food for Soul. The one and only everlasting real food.

Contemplate on the word Truth. What does it mean? Well we've heard that

The Truth shall set you free

If this is so then there is nothing to do but live the Truth. Living the Truth means just as it sounds. Living the truth, being the truth. Being true in all aspects of life. Especially with ourselves.

Being honest with ourselves. If we're honest with ourselves then we listen to the Inner Guidance. We listen to it at all costs. Sometimes it tells us things we don 't particularly want to hear. However hear it we must no matter how much pain it may bring. Hear it because it is the voice of truth and the only way to liberation.

The God given voice of Spirit forever guiding us to the exalted states. Always just at our fingertips Ours to claim at any moment.


Spirituality which can lead to enlightenment can be seen as being distinct from religion. Different world religions have proposed various doctrines and belief systems about the nature of a God and humanity's relationship with it.

Spirituality, on the other hand, refers to the common experience behind these various points of view. It is an experience involving an awareness of and relationship with something that transcends your personal self as well as the human order of things. This "something" has been given various names ("God" being the most popular in Western Society) and defined in ways that are too numerous to count.

We call it simply the God. You can choose to define what that means for yourself in whatever way feels most appropriate. Your own sense of a God can be as abstract as "cosmic consciousness" or as down-to-earth as the beauty of the ocean or mountains. Even if you regard yourself an agnostic or atheist, you may get a sense of inspiration from taking a walk in the forest or contemplating a beautiful sunset.

There is much healing and benefit to be obtained by cultivating your spiritual life. A personal spiritual commitment is the most important ingredient. Spiritual awareness and growth can effect a transformation in your whole being. It can help you to develop a basic trust and faith that is unshakable. Scientists call this intrinsic belief.

Many have experienced major turnarounds in their condition as a result of cultivating their spirituality. They feel that developing a relationship with their God provided the moral support, courage, hope, and faith for them to follow through with their personal recovery program. It provided them with a sense that they are not alone in the universe, and that there is a source of guidance and support that is available at times of confusion and discouragement.

Through developing a connection with God, you gain security through the conviction that you are not all alone in the universe, even at those times when you feel temporarily separated from other people. You feel increasingly safe as you come to know that there is a source you can always turn to in times of difficulty. There is much security to be gained through the understanding that there is no problem or difficulty that cannot be resolved through the help of God.

Peace of mind is the result of feeling a deep, abiding sense of security and safety. The more reliance and trust you develop in God, the easier it becomes to deal without fear or worry with the inevitable challenges life brings. It is not that you give up your little ego self or your will to such a power; rather you simply learn that you can "let go" and turn to God (your true self) when you feel stuck with a problem in living and don't know how to proceed. Learning how to let go when solutions to problems aren't immediately apparent can go a long way toward reducing worry and anxiety in your life. Peace of mind is what develops in the absence of such anxiety.

As you develop a relationship with God (or your true self), you come to realize that you are part of the universe. You're good, lovable, and worthy of respect just by virtue of the fact that you're God’s creation. This realization can improve the way you look at yourself and will help you to improve your ego and what you think of yourself. You are still inherently good and worthwhile. Your own judgments of yourself, however negative, do not ultimately count if you are a creation of the universe as much as everything else. As someone said: "God doesn't make junk or any mistakes." It is just that we sometimes don't understand the complete picture and we think or judge something as wrong.

The most fundamental characteristic of God is that it offers you an experience of unconditional love. This is a kind of love which differs from romantic love or even ordinary friendship. It entails an absolute caring for the welfare of another without any preconditions. That is, no matter how another person appears or acts, you have compassion and care for them without judgment. As you develop a deeper connection with God, you come to experience greater degrees of unconditional love in your life. You feel your heart opening more easily to people and their concerns. You feel free of judgment toward them or of making comparisons among them.

Unconditional love shows up both in your increased capacity to give love to others and to experience more of it coming into your life.

You begin to experience less fear and more joy in your life and help to inspire others to experience their own capacity for unconditional love. This kind of love also manifests itself through the experience of having everything you need in your life to get on with what you want to do. This kind of love is especially helpful to children and will go a long way to helping them through life.

Developing a relationship with God will provide you with guidance for making decisions and solving problems. God has a universal wisdom that goes beyond what you can accomplish through your own intellect. In traditional religions this has been referred to as the "divine intelligence."

Through connecting with God, you can draw upon this greater wisdom to help you resolve all kinds of difficulties. By learning to ask God (or your higher self) for guidance, you'll be surprised to find that every sincere request sooner or later is answered. And the quality of that answer generally exceeds what you could have figured out through your own conscious intellect or will. Here, God is like your co-pilot.

God is always available in the instant of need to those who have made a habit of waiting quietly before Him for insight and guidance.

The following books are some of the greatest titles on Spiritual Enlightenment I have ever come across. They have contributed to an incredible shift in consciousness for me.

Peace be with you


Jesus of Nazareth (7–2 BC/BCE—26–36 AD/CE), also known as Jesus Christ, is the central figure of Christianity and is revered by most Christian churches as the Son of God and the incarnation of God. Islam considers Jesus a prophet, and he is an important figure in several other religions.

The principal sources of information regarding Jesus' life and teachings are the four canonical gospels though some scholars argue that other texts (such as the Gospel of Thomas) are as relevant as the canonical gospels to the historical Jesus. Most critical scholars in the fields of history and biblical studies believe that ancient texts on Jesus' life are at least partially accurate,agreeing that Jesus was a Galilean Jew who was regarded as a teacher and healer. They also generally accept that he was baptized by John the Baptist, and was crucified in Jerusalem on orders of the Roman Prefect of Judaea Pontius Pilate, on the charge of sedition against the Roman Empire. Aside from these few conclusions, academic studies remain inconclusive about the chronology, the central message of Jesus' preaching, his social class, cultural environment, and religious orientation.

Christian views of Jesus (see also Christology) center on the belief that Jesus is divine, is the Messiah whose coming was prophesied in the Old Testament, and that he was resurrected after his crucifixion. Christians predominantly believe that Jesus is the "Son of God" (generally meaning that he is God the Son, the second person in the Trinity), who came to provide salvation and reconciliation with God by his death for their sins. Other Christian beliefs include Jesus' virgin birth, performance of miracles, ascension into Heaven, and future Second Coming. While the doctrine of the Trinity is widely accepted by Christians, a small minority instead hold various nontrinitarian beliefs concerning the divinity of Jesus.

In Islam, Jesus (Arabic: ?????, commonly transliterated as Isa) is considered one of God's important prophets, a bringer of scripture, and a worker of miracles. Jesus is also called "Messiah," but Islam does not teach that he was divine. Islam denies the death and resurrection of Jesus, believing instead that he ascended bodily to heaven.

The True story of the Master Jesus. What was left out of the bible.

The teachings of Jesus on Fasting and purification. From the Dead Sea Scrolls.

A life changing work.