Measures to Invite Spirituality into Your Life

by | Feb 2, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

The search for the deeper meaning of life has been a grueling process for some. The need to be more connected to oneself, those around us, and the higher power have grown significantly at times of desolation, and spirituality seems to be the obvious answer. Traditionally, spirituality is defined as having an attachment to religious values. However, in recent times, spirituality has taken in a higher level of meaning. This has been considered now as a state of being connected to God, nature, people, and inner self. Spirituality touches your soul and creates harmony in your mind, body, and spirit. 

Spirituality can be achieved through meditation, prayer, journaling, and spending time in nature. Attaining the highest spiritual well-being is not easy. Most people have to pass through a path of struggles and suffering. However, this insightful adventure into new worlds will always result in you attaining a sense of peace, wholeness, and balance. Spirituality is an invitation to heaven on Earth— and spiritual practice is a doorway. Through devoting yourself to these measures, you are cultivating your ability to access that place in challenging times. Bring spirituality in your life through the measures listed below:

Observe Non-Judgment

It is the nature of the mind to think and to judge. Judgment causes you to label or generalize towards a person or a situation. Judgemental is a vicious cycle. It is ingrained deeply in your subconscious that it can be hard to break the habit of being judgemental. Judgment is beneficial when it comes from the truth within. However, you must be connected with the universal life force to make judgments with a non-judging attitude. Observing non-judgment entails lesser criticism, comparisons, and putting others down. Non-judgment allows you to live a life of clarity, presence, and beauty. Practicing non-judgment will transform the way you see the world, leading you to a spiritual awakening path. 

Be Generous

Generosity is a practice that every spiritual seeker must adopt. Being generous does not have to be in monetary forms but also in less obvious forms such as help. Generosity is not merely about money but can be about time, talents, and labor. Generosity gives value or assistance of some kind to other people. Practicing generosity allows you to play an active part in making the world a better and friendlier place. This can also be a means to express your gratitude towards the higher being by allowing another person to experience the same. Generosity is natural and intuitive, therefore, enables your intuition to guide you in this practice. 

Live Truthfully

Truthfulness is the foundation of all virtues in humanity. However, social media has distorted the meaning of truth. Many are living a life of life. Aiming to achieve a connection to other people and the higher being, you must live life truthfully. Living truthfully will reveal authenticity. The truth will lead you to find the authentic version of yourself. You have to be willing to live your life with values and principles to live truthfully. Show the true you instead of what the world expects you to be. To live honestly is not a surface level authenticity; it includes a deep dive inwards where you become intimate with your entirety and branch out more expansively. 

Practice Kindness

Goodness and benevolence never tire. Kindness consists of small acts that will build bridges, hope, and gratitude. This is an act of love that can transform your life and other people, too. Kindness appears in all walks of life, from the encouraging words to the random display of emotion. Kindness is truly liberating, especially when you learn the art of being kind to yourself. Kindness does not require grand gestures. Even the smallest act of kindness makes a big difference. Practice kindness not just outwardly but inwardly as well. 

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