Have you ever felt a spark with someone that wasn’t romantic but still important? Maybe you felt guilty or weird about it. I want to talk about how we can be open to these types of connections without feeling bad or risking our current relationships.
We are called to surrender our attachments to the known and open ourselves to the infinite possibilities that magic can offer. Often, we find ourselves clinging to familiar avenues, seeking a change that serves us better, such as a new job. But what if we were to trust life itself, rather than fixating on specific outcomes or relying on logical paths?
We often find ourselves caught up in the ebb and flow of polarities. We grapple with beliefs, fears, and uncertainties that shape our perceptions and decisions. But what if we could shift our perspective, tap into our spiritual essence, and embrace a new way of navigating these polarities? In this blog post, we will explore the transformative power of choosing to bank on life itself, trusting in the bigger picture, and having faith in faith.
Many times, we tend to place our hopes and dreams on external factors such as financial security, relationships, or material possessions. We believe that these external elements will bring us happiness and fulfillment. However, the spiritual perspective invites us to shift our focus inward and recognize that true abundance and joy come from within. By shifting our attention from seeking fulfillment in external sources to embracing the richness of life itself, we free ourselves from the limitations of lack and scarcity.