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ARE YOU SEEKING ASSISTANCE WITH YOUR SPIRITUAL ALIGNMENT?
The spiritual life is one of exploration. Below are some of the ways to lead a spiritual life:
1. Striving for growth
The spiritual life is a fallacy if someone is no longer growing.This speaks of discipline; of demanding progress of ourselves. If you want to feel like you are living the best life that you can, then you will need to push yourself in much the same way.
2. Tolerance and forgiveness of others
Someone who is living a spiritual life does not hold deep grudges and resentments against others. Instead, we need tolerance and patience with others, and this comes from a genuine humility–knowing that we have probably acted out in the same way that others might be doing.
3.View life as a lesson in gratitude
Prayer is a very powerful method for tapping into your higher self. It is one way to express the gratitude you feel in your life. No matter what happens in life, we have the opportunity to be grateful for all of our happenings. Being grateful attracts more into your life to be grateful for.
4. Realize that mind, body, and soul are all gifts of God.
The body and the mind and the soul are all inter-connected. For example, you take care of the mind by always learning. This is where we usually talk about spiritual life. And the body follows suit once your mind and spirit are aligned with goodness and positivity.
5. Always hope and never succumb to despair.
The world is a good world with many possibilities. When we are faced with a challenge, hope for the best and know that the challenges serve as steppingstones for your future growth and ascension.
6. Strive for goodness
Believe that honesty, integrity and dignity matter more than anything else. Doing good is a much worthier and more satisfying goal than doing well. You have to be willing to give of yourself and some of what you have to others to achieve greatness and goodness.
7. Acknowledge life's mysteries, even the questions that have no answers.
It means to entertain doubt. You can even cherish your doubts and acknowledge that within the limits of life there can be found great purpose and meaning even if the limits are somewhat arbitrary and unjust. Keep in mind, limits are created by the mind. You do not have to limit yourself to the illusions of the mind.