Attaining a spiritual practice ensures the communication channels between a person and Source energy remains open and accessible. It also helps to keep the focus of the divine power, also referred to as Spirit or the Universe. Not to be misunderstood, having a spiritual practice does not necessarily make an individual a spiritual person; it just makes the individual’s desire to connect with a higher power more intense.

Creating a spiritual practice encourages the individual to entrust their life into the Universe’s hands. When this surrender is practiced regularly and completely,  it causes us to be at peace, having complete and utter trust in Spirit or the Universe, and knowing that this divine power only wants the best for each individual being. 

A spiritual practice helps to ensure your relationship with Spirit is in good working order. It does not, however, at any time promise total and complete bliss, although the peace that can be gained is substantial.

In trying to understand the importance of a spiritual practice, one must first acknowledge that this is a tool that helps to connect the physical body and mind with the inner spiritual realm. When this happens, a lot changes in the mind’s eye, and a whole other world of awareness opens up.

A spiritual practice helps the individual look upon their life from a spiritual perspective, and make the necessary changes to be in line with the Universe’s ways. Knowing that there is a mighty and divine power which connects all things in the universe, further encourages people to pursue this form of practice and enlightenment. 

Here are some ways to develop a spiritual practice

  • Meditation
  • Connecting with nature
  • Yoga
  • Spiritual circles
  • Affirmations
  • Gratitude
  • Automatic writing
  • Chanting
  • Mudras
  • Scribing
  • Pendulums
  • Oracle/tarot cards
  • Energy/Crystal healing

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