Happy Sunday ya’ll!
Today’s post is on a topic that I get asked about a lot. It’s also one of the reasons why I don’t tell people that I’m spiritual up front cause let’s be real: that’s awkward. Very, very awkward.
What is this you ask? Well it’s the spiritual stereotypes. At first they didn’t bother me but they started to get to me these past few months. Hence why I felt like I needed to address this. I’ve learned to laugh at them but I do think this is something that is slowly changing. I also wanted to give people some advice on how to deal with it which will be later in this post.
Now when I say spiritual some people might think of things like:
Anyways, we don’t do yoga everyday of our lives. I take rest days when I need to or when the full moon is coming because your girl gets fatigued two or three days before. I know people that are spiritual but don’t do yoga. And that is okay. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Now that I’ve addressed some of these stereotypes, here is some advice to those starting a spiritual practice. And get ready kids because there’s only one: keep doing you.
The people who are vibrating in a similar frequency will stay in your life. The only control you have control over is your actions and life. As long as you wish people the best and send positive vibrations, abundance has no choice but to come to you. It can get hard, but it’s always worth it to choose love over fear.
Ultimately, spirituality looks different on people. There are people you wouldn’t think have a spiritual practice but totally do. I also think that we develop our spiritual practice over time. We need to take moments to be honest and grow from our experiences. I’ve learned that having quite time and being away from others is good from me. My energy gets drained from other people’s energy which is I can be a little quite. We still have feelings. We still go through things and I’ve learned that is okay. When we’re manifesting we need to feel certain emotions to prepare us for what is to come.
All in all, I hope you enjoyed this and it explained a little bit of what being “spiritual” means. It gets convoluted and messed up which is why it gets a bad name. Therefore I hope this clears some of the confusion up.
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