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3 Practical Ways To Raise Your Spiritual Connection

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If you are ready to raise your spiritual connection, to awaken your spititual life, you must change how you see yourself.

Before we continue, let us see what ‘spirituality’ really is. According to Anthony de Mello, “Spirituality means waking up.” It means you are alive. It means you are awake. It means you are in charge of your life. It means you know what you want, what you are doing, and where you are going.

To raise your spiritual connection, here is how to do it:

Accept yourself

What does self-acceptance really mean? It means self-love. Yes. It is more than that. Kyle Gray says, “Acceptance is the spiritual art of acknowledging your true self. It’s the moment when you decide to let go of fear and allow love to be your guide. When you accept yourself, blame judgement and anger aren’t important any more.”

When you accept yourself, it means fear can’t control you anymore. It means anxiety can’t ruin your day anymore. It means you are in charge of your life. No matter what is going on in your life, you should never, never, reject yourself.

Learn to press pause

If you want to get a lot done, if you want to be really productive, you must “learn to press pause.” Learn to relax. Learn to connect with yourself.

So to raise your spiritual connection, according to Kim Davies, “Learn to press pause. Have set periods when you without your phone- mealtimes and bedtime for starters. Go for a walk without your phone, just to see what it feels like. And take a day’s holiday from your phone once a month.”

“See yourself in a loving way”

If you want to raise your spiritual connection, you must first ‘see yourself in a loving way.’ Kyle Gray says, “How you see yourself and how you value yourself have everything to do with raising your vibration. When you begin to raise yourself up and get more connected, you begin to see yourself the way the universe and angels do.”

God’s Love

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God’s love is unconditional. It is peaceful. If you are looking for love, real love, seek God’s love.

It is what you need when you are happy. God’s love is what you need when things are not going well. God’s love is what you need when your friends are gone.

Rely on God’s love. Do not worry about what your friends are saying about you. If you rely on God’s love, you have everything. You have life. You have yourself.

When things are down, when the road ahead is unknown, rely on God’s love. In his book Dwell on These Things: A Thirty-One- Day Challenge to Talk to Yourself Like God Talks to You, John Stange writes, “God’s love can be relied on when you’re in the middle of drama. God’s love can be relied on when your friends desert you. God’s love can be relied on when you’ve made major mistakes. God’s love can be relied on when you’re trying to bounce back from whatever’s got you down.”

Whatever you are going through, do not rely on people. They will disappoint you. They will desert you. They will live you where you are. But God will never live you alone. He believes in you. He just want you to trust yourself, to believe in yourself.

Do not worry about anything. Rely on God’s love. He will save you. He won’t run away from you. The question is, do you trust yourself?