3 Ways to Being Spiritual in Everyday Life

Tools only work if you feel a personal connection to using that resource.  It is easy to be balanced and unconditional when your life is amazing.  It is when we are experiencing a challenge or even just living our everyday lives that we can get caught up in old programming and fall into the perception that we are disconnected from the Divine.  Enjoy learning new ways to connect to your Soul Languages and living a spiritual abundant life.

1. Stop In The Name Of Love

Our minds put images to our problems and concerns.  We are often “fighting” against the thing that we don’t want (i.e., the fight against cancer).  Today, just notice what you are resisting, pause and simply say:  “I stop this in the name of love for myself.”  I would love to hear about your new experiences.

2.  With or Without You

You get to make a new choice for yourself every moment of everyday.  It is up to you if you choose to live your life with you or without YOU!  Here’s your chance to notice a pattern that keeps occurring in your life and next time that situation shows up, pause and connect to your Soul Language team.  Then ask, “What choice do you ‘get’ to make here for a more nurturing and abundant life?”

3. Time After Time

Living a new way takes time.  Often we give up after the first couple of new experiences or if we, one time, make a choice that isn’t powerful.  Fear happens! It happens to me and everyone on this planet.  It is what you do with that fear. Allow yourself the compassion to walk through the fear and give yourself the TIME!  

If you are interested in exploring your own Languages or offering that discovery to someone else, please secure a complimentary 15-minute private session.

Jennifer Urezzio is a master intuitive and the founder and spiritual director of Know Soul’s Language. Soul Language is a way to consciously connect with your Soul that was received through Divine Guidance. Understanding your Soul Languages allows you to access your own Soul’s guidance to accept your value, be more confident, have more impact and grow into a stronger leader.

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