Everyday Spirituality: Cultivating an Awakening by Jim TollesEveryday Spirituality: Cultivating an Awakening is meant to help people bring spirituality more fully into their daily lives. For those interested in spiritual awakening, it can help them create a space for that opening, although nothing can make a spiritual awakening happen.
This book is full of down-to-earth tips and practical ways to be more mindful and loving in your life from building your own practice to dealing with relationships.
If youre just starting out, the ebook offers tips to build a spiritual path that works within the confines of your busy life.
If you need to heal, this book has a section that offers different ideas and practices to heal everything from your heart to your sexuality to your minds constant chatter.
If youre ready to go deep, the Awaken section takes you further into yourself to amplify your energy and create space for deeper connection and potentially an opening into a profound experience.
For those already in a spiritual awakening, this can help to build a framework to understand your energy and what may be happening for you.
Above all else, this is a book thats meant to help you understand yourself and pull together a lot of the different spiritual traditions into something meaningful in your life. Ultimately, we are all our own greatest teachers; this book helps you to discover your own inner teacher.
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W hat does it mean to be awake? These characteristics of spiritual awakening are uniform. Typically, permanently awakened people experience all of these characteristics and usually at roughly the same degree of intensity. This uniformity is one of the most striking things to emerge from my research into the signs and symptoms of spiritual awakening and emphasizes the validity of seeing wakefulness as a distinct psychological state. The only significant variation is in terms of the overall intensity of wakefulness.
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A beautifully written, simple guide to creating a spiritual life from scratch and connecting with the sacred in everyday life. All of us long to connect with something greater than ourselves, to experience the sacred in our daily lives, and to enhance our sense of spiritual enlightenment--yet often we don't know where to begin.
Subscribe to blog: click here to subscribe. Jim teaches that we all have our truth and love within us, and offers tools that help people cut away the lies and misconceptions so that they can be more firmly rooted in truth and love. Our focus will be on healing core issues and trauma recovery. I was definitely one of those people that always had a draw towards spirituality. They serve important social roles and things like that, but nothing ever really sparked anything for me. Then that starts things moving in interesting ways, and I just played the process.
I need a spiritual teacher who can guide me step by step as i have a problem of getting depressed easily, i really need help. Thanks for the comment, Ekta. Email me that way and we can talk further. Hey Marino, thanks for your bold honesty. It's awesome. Yep, I'm trying to keep this spirituality stuff real and deal with the financial realities of this world--money is needed to do stuff like eat, pay rent, yada yada. So yeah, it's an imperfect world and all of that.
A true spiritual life is grounded in the ordinary, everyday things of life. Spirituality is not religion in that religion supposes that we must seek for something. Real spirituality is coming to know that what we have been looking for has been within us all along. It is coming to know our own true nature, coming to know how to live in harmony with that and witnessing the miraculous mystery that naturally happens in your life when we stop seeking outside of ourselves and know ourselves from within. The qualities of Spirit like love, joy, peace, fulfilment, wholeness and creativity are lived while brushing your teeth, cooking dinner, commuting to work, writing an email. These qualities flow within everything that happens in everyday life. More abundance, better health, joy and fun etc?