Being Consistent With My Spiritual Practices

When it comes to spiritual practices, and really life in general, one the hardest things for me personally is being consistent. Some of which includes my solar work, scanning texts, and even meditating. There are many hours in the day, and yet not nearly enough. With so much to do each day, it can seem to be a real challenge to consistently carve out time to work on myself spiritually, but I am beginning to realize that I have to stop making excuses for myself.

One thing that has helped me to be more consistent with my spiritual practices is picking a time of day and sticking to that time, such as in the morning when I wake up, on my lunch break, or right before I go to bed. Having a consistent time frame keeps me structured and focused. I begin to consider it to be a definitive part of my day, such as eating or going to work. There are some days when I am tired and exhausted and simply don’t feel like working on myself, but I believe pushing through that feeling is apart of the evolutionary process.

Now, I can admit that I am not always able to push through that feeling, but I can say that I am trying. I believe the Gods know my heart and what they want to see from me is effort. I have come to realize that taking care of my spiritual health is just as important as taking care of my physical health, if not more. Developing your spiritual power helps to control and maintain the physical. When put into that perspective, it does not seem to be as much of a challenge, as I greatly value my heath in all it’s aspects. I strive to be better and more consistent each day with my spiritual work, so that I am able to grow and evolve.

With Love,
Miss T

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