This month I am writing about Spirituality. This is a topic that I truly love to think about, speak about, write about, be IN.
I am a seeker and when I discovered the teachings of Eckhart Tolle, my spiritual journey awakened within me. It lead me to a deep awareness within myself to truly discover who I am and where I came from.
I believe the spiritual journey is about just that, remembering who we truly are and awakening ourselves to that realization.
For me, personally, it has opened me up to my soul voice, the one in which I call “my goddess”. And if I listen closely to “my goddess”, she guides me toward joy, happiness, love, safety and abundance, really everything I desire.
And sometimes, more often than I would like, I listen to my ego voice which sounds like, you can’t do that, you should be scared, you are not good enough, smart enough, pretty enough, whatever enough.
The more I sit quietly with my thoughts, the more I read spiritual text, the more I have deep conversation with my coaches and my loves ones about “my goddess” voice, the more I stay connected.
And the more it leads to an expansive, beautiful, and abundant life.
Are their struggles? All the time. Are their still challenges? Absolutely. But I am able to navigate them much easier because I trust, I trust in “my god”. I trust that all of life is my classroom and I have the choice to choose to see or not see the lesson and opportunity in all of it. I have the choice to listen.
I have the choice to choose how I see things. And so do you. We all do. We can choose our god voice or our ego voice.
If you prefer not to use the word god or goddess that is totally fine as it’s unimportant. It is your soul voice, your spirit, your heart, your inner wisdom, the small voice within. It gets much louder with practice, so loud you cannot ignore it anymore.
All you have to do is listen. Choose to listen.
You will listen to your ego voice at times, maybe more often than you would like, and that is okay, it is part of the process, the journey to awakening yourself to who you truly are. The process of coming home.