What Matters Most to You?
Spirituality evolves as we travel the path of life. Travel it well. Live it well. What do these phrases mean to you? Are there not numerous spiritual disciplines available to us? What are your spiritual practices?
We all have thoughts and beliefs about the situations we wake up to every day. We also have our usual behaviors, as well as, potential behaviors or capabilities that combine to create the kind of life we believe is worth living. The spiritual experience that we produce every day is guided by and reflects our beliefs, values and emotional care. These beliefs and values create our identity, our future — the one that matters most, to us.
Ancient texts have referred to “saving yourself.” Philosophers such as Aristotle and Plato were concerned with “virtue,” “morality,” and “reasonable thought.” In the last one-hundred years, Psychologists have applied practical application to “emotional healing” and “recovery.” Spirituality develops with attention, awareness, and application, resulting in you becoming your best, at home and work. But this all requires energy, effort, and guidance. For that reason, consider acquiring support for yourself.
At this precise moment, people around the planet are holding to their spiritual paths, grasping onto a strong desire, perhaps a deep expectation, to feel in the “flow” of life. To experience this, we need to live out the “best version” of ourselves. We need to perform and experience life at it’s highest levels – levels of “peak performance.” We can’t do this alone. Above all else, the process implies ongoing consultation with a professional.
Spirituality is – ultimately – about practicing our faith. Not only faith in a power higher than ourselves, but a faith in ourselves. Practice having faith that you can do it. Believe that if you apply yourself, life will turn around for you. I for one, sincerely believe, that you can experience self-confidence, happiness, and great relationships.