We want to bring more spirituality into our daily lives for different reasons. For some, it’s a superficial reason. Perhaps they heard about spirituality on Instagram, and it sounded “cool.” For others, it’s a necessity. After many years being immersed in the 3D, those people realize that the physical world alone is not fulfilling. That’s when they look for something deeper, something sacred — something that reconnects them with their essence, whatever that means, as long as it feels like it.
If you are in the latter category, then this answer is for you.
As you may know, spirituality is vast. Some practices are tailored for advanced practitioners; others for those who just stepped on the path. In general, the spiritual teachings and practices that you find around are for “beginners.” Why? Because teaching the “masses” demand that those teachings remain applicable for most. And as you may well know, in general, we have a lot of work to do on ourselves as a species.
That’s why most of the spiritual practices people find don’t always fit their needs.
In order to find ways to bring more spiritual energies into your life therefore, you will have to do some work first. You will have to research a bit. Learn about some things. Use your own experiences. Look into them. Ask questions. And depending on your commitment, through your intention, you will attract those perfect people and resources to help you progress on your path.
Note: Intention is key; both in the 3D and in higher domains. By intention we are referring to the energy coming from our chakra 3 (our center) and chakra 4 (the heart). It is by intending from those centers that we “manifest” things physically.
By the way, you don’t need to worry about chakras. Just develop your intention, which naturally happens as you keep walking this path.
In the meantime, here are some general exercises you could use to help you get going:
- Meditation: you heard about it countless times. People meditate in different ways. No need to buy books on the subject. By meditation, we are referring to learning to get out of our own mind, and simply remain aware. Aware of our surroundings, of ourselves, of what is going on within us. Practicing meditation gives us a more distant perspective with our lives. One that helps us process our experiences in “smoother” ways
- Introspect/Journal: there is nothing new under the Sun. Just as it happens with meditation, giving ourselves some time to process our experiences, and learn from this process is important for our health and growth. Become more familiar with yourself. And learn to rely more on yourself when it comes to solving your challenges
- Commune: we are always a smaller part of bigger “systems.” Our cells (microscopic parts) are also part of us, the bigger “system.” This principle applies to higher levels of manifestation, as well as lower ones. They’re reflective of each other. Anyhow. You are a piece of the Earth. And without the warmth and light of the Sun, you wouldn’t be. As consciousness, you are also part of bigger “systems.” Make sure to reconnect with Creation in those ways you feel more familiar with. Take a walk in Nature, sit for a few minutes, and feel the energies surrounding you. If you prefer the church or other places of worship, sit in silence and commune with your Higher Power. Remind yourself that no matter what happens in your life, you are okay, and enjoy the soothing vibrations that come from remembering it
You want to do those exercises daily. They should take you max 30 minutes. You can do 15 minutes in the morning, and 15 minutes at night. Ultimately, you are doing it for your own health, benefit and growth so time shouldn’t be a major concern here.
In time, inviting those spiritual energies in your daily life will organically attract opportunities for more growth. Every journey starts with the first step. Start small, start now. Just start.
I hope your question was answered.
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