What would your life be like if you treated yourself like a sacred and dear friend? After all, your attitude towards yourself shapes your everyday reality.
When you are kind to yourself, you have more strength and resilience to deal with difficult times. You may even find yourself attracting more affection from others when you love yourself wholeheartedly. Accepting yourself brings you closer to discovering your inner beauty and spiritual gifts and sharing them with the world.
Follow your spiritual aspirations and connect with your sense of meaning in life instead of comparing yourself to others or blindly following external ideals and expectations. There are some ideas to help you let go of judgments and value yourself as a spiritual being having this human experience.
Here Are Some Ways to Adapt Spiritual Wellness In Your Life:
Taking Care of Yourself:
Self-care is one aspect of loving yourself, and following a balanced diet is fundamental. Get most of your calories from nutritious whole foods including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats.
Work out at least three days per week to strengthen your heart and muscles and increase your balance and flexibility. Incorporate more physical activity into your day by biking to work or doing chores manually.
Give your body adequate sleep and rest. Go to bed at the same time each night and invest in ergonomic bedding that supports proper posture.
Take a break from being serious. Playing games or sharing a laugh helps you engage with others and stay mentally sharp.
Change your Self-Talk
Do you speak harshly to yourself? Switch to words and messages that will encourage and inspire you.
Surround yourself with supportive family and friends. Eat dinner together as a family so you can share wholesome meals and pleasant conversation. Arrange weekly dates with friends for coffee or lunch.
Ask for Help
Reach out for assistance when you need it. Let others know what they can do to help you resolve a challenging situation. Relationships are about give and take.
Believing in Yourself:
Follow through on the promises you make to yourself and know that you can deal with life’s ups and downs. Have belief and trust in your talents and strengths.
Absolve yourself and others for past disappointments. Acknowledge that each of us messes up sometimes. Look at mistakes as opportunities to learn and grow instead of beating up on yourself.
Give yourself something to work towards. Design goals that are challenging and realistic. Write them down and share them with others to increase your sense of accountability. Well-defined goals can motivate you to achieve more.
Other Tips for Spiritual Wellness:
Take satisfaction in being true to yourself. Be open to feedback from others but trust your instincts and make your own decisions.
Being thankful makes you happier and boosts your self-esteem. Keep a gratitude journal or meditate on the positive aspects of your life. Express your appreciation to others by letting them know how much their kindness means to you and using it to motivate you to act generously, too.
Do Meaningful Work
Spend your time on activities that align with your values and purpose in life. Think about what you find most fulfilling about your job. You might also find gratification in hobbies, volunteering, or other areas apart from your career.
Ask Spiritual Questions
While you are nurturing your body and mind, pay attention to your spirituality, as well. Your faith can provide a strong foundation for understanding and loving yourself.
Make your relationship with yourself a top priority. Take care of your needs and show yourself the same love and respect you would have for anyone you cherish. This is the best way to create and maintain a high level of spiritual wellness.
Are you ready to make personal and spiritual changes in your life? Consider a one on one private session with Moira or a reading to free yourself from limitations and open yourself up to greater possibilities? I invite you to open the door.
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