Escaping to retreats in the wilderness or doing workshops away from the interruptions of daily life are powerful ways to break through your personal blocks and find deeper connection with your Divine Self.
But how do you bridge the experience-gap after such an event and apply your new found spiritual connection within the demands of your busy schedule?
Or what if it’s not even possible for you to make such an escape in the first place?
The great news is that you can access your Divine Self through sacred ritual and intentional action, starting where you are right now, using whatever is readily available.
Rituals are a powerful way for you to enter sacred space where you can better connect with your Divine Self. Anything can be deemed sacred just because you decide it is so, and intentional action is when you consciously choose your path and actively work towards it.
Here are three examples:
- Transform something you already do every day into an opportunity to connect to your Divine Self.
For example, as you shower in the morning, visualise the water washing over you as a golden light cleansing away all of your worries. Feel Universal Love fill your body. Take a moment to ask your Divine Self what message you can keep in your heart today and see what comes to you.
- Dress yourself to align with the vibration you desire that day. Sometimes you may crave dark colours to help you feel grounded, while other days you need bright tones to lift your energy.
Perhaps wear the special necklace your grandmother gave you so you can find strength in her loving memory to support you through a challenging time.
- Forgive yourself. One of the biggest sources of disconnection from our Divine Self is your guilt or sense of not being good enough.
You can either do this while in an energised state (eg dancing to your favourite high vibe song) or in a relaxed state (eg when preparing to go to sleep). Once you have become centred in that activity ask yourself “What do I need to forgive myself for right now?” Don’t analyse the answer, but accept the first thing that pops in your mind (it can be as simple as burning the roast or something significant like arguing with a loved one). This is not the time to get stuck in the details but to merely extend compassion to yourself, sealing it with the affirmation of “I forgive and love myself completely”.
Bring awareness to your every day habits and see what fun you can have creating meaningful rituals that keep you in touch with your Divine Self. Because life is much better when you work in partnership with yourself.
And bonus points for rocking out with Billy Idol’s “Dancing with myself”… just because.
© Artemiss Keyhani, 2020
Photo: Perlinator from Pixabay
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