Spiritual relationships
Many people struggle with spirituality, not because they don't believe in something greater then themselves. But mostly because they don't allow themselves to trust their own belief system as being valid. Too many folks have adopted the idea that spirituality means religion. And as a result if the religion they were raised in stops serving them, automatically they separate themselves from their spiritualy beliefs. Granted our beliefs are somewhat colored by the hues of the religious instructions we recieved from both church and our parents. However, our core beliefs are our own. Our spiritual beliefs often become shadowed by self-doubt and our ongoing struggles to fit into a mold created by others. Spirituality is a person relationship and regardless of whether you attend a sacred space for worshop or simiply stay home to meditate, it is your private affair. Do not let anyone distract or dictate how you should engage in your personal relationship with your higher power any more then you would allow others to impact your relationship with a friend or lover. There is no right or wrong spiritual relationship, simply because a personal relationship is just that personal. Just for today, allow yourself to think what spirituality means to you. And just for today, accept the relationship as is without judgement or comparison
# re: Spiritual relationships @ Sunday, April 11, 2010 9:51 PM
As we transform, so do our relationships transform. Spiritual relationship advice that can help us navigate through the new challenges we face in our connections with others is greatly needed in today's world. As we navigate the uncharted waters of living in a higher vibrational field with the acceleration of the global purification process, our relationships can begin to feel more complicated and confusing.

We all long for intimacy and a sense of connection with others who share our values. Our very existence as human beings is based upon relationship. We are conceived and born in relationship, we grow to maturity in relationship, and each day of our physical lives we partake of our relationship with the Earth by breathing air, drinking water, and eating food, all of which are parts of the Earth. If we exist in relationship, why is it that we can feel so alone sometimes?
# re: Spiritual relationships @ Friday, August 19, 2011 8:27 PM
And to think I was going to talk to someone in peorsn about this.
# re: Spiritual relationships @ Sunday, August 21, 2011 8:23 AM
So true. Hoensty and everything recognized.
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