Being Spiritual Doesn’t Mean Boring
As you remember who you are, it’s essential that you don’t get lost in the ideas of what it means to be spiritual. You still get to be you…just with a higher awareness of the truth of who you really are.
I like mindless, trashy novels, tv shows, and movies. But I also like a good reach-into-my-heart-and-open-me-up spiritual book.
On my Kindle you’ll find youth fiction (Hunger Games, Divergent). But you’ll also find spiritual classics, quantum physics, and books on creativity.
I can be sarcastic, slightly inappropriate, and a little bit unclassy. But I can also be eloquent, articulate and well-spoken.
I can by feisty and stubborn. But I’m also quiet and easy-going.
I love a good laugh. But I also love a good cry.
I can be extroverted and sociable. But I also cherish my alone time, and like to keep to myself.
I love to know the direction I’m going. But I don’t want a goal, plan or strategy to get there.
I love to get together for a good chat with a friend. But I also make time to chat with my not-so-physical friends (aka my Soul Team).
I can be very logical and practical. But I’m a whole lot of woo woo.
The Universe is full of paradoxes. Why wouldn’t we be too?
We should never limit and define ourselves, because we are always growing and evolving.
Just because you’re a spiritual being doesn’t mean you don’t have a personality. You still get to be you – the you without masks, limits or restrictions; the you that allows the divine to flow and shine through you.
You’re unique. You came here equipped with gifts specific to you…and you came here to share them…so be you…that’s what our world needs.