My Spiritual Journey

spiritual journey

My spiritual journey is a process of living in each moment, of being all that I AM.

It does not seek a goal or reward at the end, nor does it chase the dream, but simply accepts what it is at this time.

A divine path or map is available for each of us, yet, there are many paths to our final destination. If we take the time to sit, look within, open our hearts to receive this information, we begin to follow the path our soul wishes us to walk.

We each have free will – we may choose to turn away from our divine path in each moment, creating many detours in our life or we may choose to open our heart to receive the wisdom we need to find our way.  It is our choice. It has always been. And we can decide to stay where and how we are today.

I have chosen many detours, all of which have offered me much learning and understanding.  If one thing didn’t work, then “I picked myself up, brushed myself off and started again.” During those times I  would question my actions, why, what am I doing?  The answers were always there – within. If I only took the time to listen.

Our human experience is simply that, a set of experiences. Although it may be difficult to find value in a set of circumstances that may have caused fear or pain, know that there are many benefits to these situations.

Each situation or experience allows an opportunity for growth and furthers our ability to connect with others who have had or are facing the same situation. Through you, many others gain knowledge, experience and wisdom.  Each experience, has led to me to one place – to this very moment where I now stand.

The path you choose is always yours to make and God and the universe will always honor it.  Enjoy the journey.

 

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29 thoughts on “My Spiritual Journey

  1. This is true: Each situation or experience allows an opportunity for growth and furthers our ability to connect with others who have had or are facing the same situation. Great post here!

  2. What a beautiful post and so true. The pathway is ours to take as we wish, we just need to trust in ourselves and in the Universe that we are heading in the right direction. Thank you.

  3. Reblogged this on A Good Blog is Hard to Find and commented:
    First off that is a great title. It would be unfair to call it “click bait,” it is simply catchy. I also really enjoyed that first sentence “My spiritual journey is a process of living in each moment, of being all that I AM.” I can’t count how many times I’ve written about appreciating each moment on my blog lately. Love it. Great write! -OM
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  4. Follow neither right nor left but keep going straight on the path that will lead you something good in life!

  5. Great post. I totally agree. My belief is that ultimately which ever religion, philosophy or path you follow, if you do good and are at peace with yourself and those around you, we’ll all end up in the same place – whether you call it heaven or nirvana or the Tao.

  6. Sometimes it is hard to see the ‘right’ path to follow. I have had many detours, learnt a lot from my experiences (good and bad) which is very important for me to see the way foward more clearly.
    Thanks a lot for this post.

  7. Really lovely post. Meditation is helping me so much to find the right path & know what to discard from my life. It’s not always easy to change, but when what you’re doing is right, you feel it.

    1. Glad to hear that meditation is working for you. When uneasy feelings creep up that’s when you have to look within and say to yourself why does that bother me so much. And if you feel like screaming or crying – go ahead and do it. It’s not easy at times. I know. Haha. Best of luck.

  8. Very wise and beautiful words! I found you through the Solidarity Challenge and so glad that I did:)

  9. Could not agree more, I also feel that when we make an incorrect choice if that is the way to put it, we learn and grow from this always, every situation is a learning curve for us, and gives us the experience to help others and as you say brings us to where we are now, I have not always made the right decision but I have learnt alot and hope to learn more, to help others on this wonderful journey called life.

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