The quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things.
A spiritual awakening is the abiding reconnection between you and your true essence, Consciousness, Awareness or Divine aspect of yourself – which are ultimately one and the same. It is also the dissolving of the illusion that you were ever separate from that oneness. From that connection, a person’s energy moves and starts to transform you. It heals old wounds, moves you into alignment with the Divine, and shifts you towards your truest way of expressing yourself and living your life. A spiritual awakening happens after a seeker cultivates and adopts their own process or practice to stimulate an ever-increasing depth of awakening.
A spiritual awakening is felt throughout your body, heart, mind, and soul, and no sooner has that erupted then you are forced to see how limited you have been in so many regards. That bright light shining in the inner most depths of us asks us a potent question: “Now that we know the truth, will we clean up our home or will we try to ignore our illusions, pain, and misconceptions?”
A Spiritual Journey is the path a Spiritual seeker takes to Spiritually Awaken. It involves cultivating and following a process or practice like meditation, Yoga or silent retreats to achieve deep states of Consciousness and Awakening. A spiritual journey is a very individual and intimate quest to consciously deepen your insight about life. Be it find your true purpose or life’s work.
It involves a quest to deepen your knowledge, understanding and wisdom about yourself, the world and/or God.
A spiritual teacher understands that this whole process of spiritual awakening as an un- covary or a pulling away of external ego, issues, pain, and so on. It’s a recovery of the “You” buried beneath all the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical contrivances and lies. It’s the recovery of you. The path a spiritual teacher points you towards is the one leading you back to you.
Spiritual healers are shamans in their own right. They are people who allow the energy of Spirit to flow through them in a way that guides, rejuvenates and empowers others.
By sharing their high frequency energy a transformation occurs in the recipients system and deep rooted issues are able to be transformed and released.
The term used most commonly is “to find myself” or “to find my true path”.
People tend to go on a spiritual Journey because they don’t feel like they are doing what they should be and are unsure of what they should be doing at the same time. By embarking on a spiritual journey, you can discover who you truly are. It is a very individual and intimate quest to consciously deepen your insight about life. Whatever it is, a spiritual journey can greatly help you to be more at peace with yourself and the world. It can be a fantastic opportunity to let go of the past and to stop worrying about the future. You can also use the spiritual quest to straighten things out with yourself and the world. By doing so, you may discover beneficial insights about the problems and challenges you’re confronted with.
The Ego mind is the assumed personal identity and is born out of the mind whose role is to keep you safe and help you survive. It is born out of your beliefs and programming that have occurred whilst you have been growing up. It forms your perceptions of the world and on an unconscious level forms your reactions to events or circumstances that are based on those beliefs and experiences you have had through your life.
The True self is who you really are – spirit. It is all powerful, limitless and boundless.
There comes a stage in spiritual development when you will experience the conflict between the fears of the ego and the power of spirit. During this stage of conflict, you will feel as if you are teeter-tottering between the two. One moment spirituality is in the forefront. The next moment it is the ego dominating your thoughts and actions. The Ego mind seeks to be in control in life and will do whatever it can to do that.
Programmes and beliefs occurred from what you are learnt as a child and predominately come from Parents and care givers whilst you have been growing up. It forms your perceptions of the world and on an unconscious level forms your reactions to events or circumstances that are based on those beliefs and experiences you have had through your life. They can be positive or negative and only become a problem when they become counter-productive or creates self-sabotage.