To find inner spirituality we must cleanse our inner spirit, true or false?
So how do we grow spiritually, not, as loads think by improving the spirit, it is pure, but lets look upon the spirit as the sun covered by vast layers of cloud, to us it appears gloomy, yet the sun is still there radiant as ever, likewise the soul.
So to see the sun, our spirit, our inner self, we must first strip away these clouds, these negative energies, thoughts and concepts that surround us.
Acknowledge the fact that you are a spirit with a physical body, not a physical body with a spirit. If you can accept this idea, it will change your attitude toward many things in your life.
To come to terms with your inner self, is to know yourself, for only then can you, become spiritually aware and in doing so raise your inner being to a higher level, a higher plane of existence and understanding.
Spiritual growth is achieved by getting rid of negative thoughts concepts and beliefs about our selves and the world around us. So through this process of ridding ourselves of these things, we increase our awareness of inner being, we shed illusions and uncover our true essence. Our true essence is always present but usually hidden by our worst enemy, our own ego
So by searching for inner spirituality we can:
- Develop detachment, which leads to inner peace
- Look upon a situation as third party not let ourselves be embroiled in negative actions
- Learn not to let outside circumstance affect our moods and states of mind.
- Learn to be more patient and tolerant
- Learn to rise above frustration, disappointment and negative feelings
- Inner power and strength increase through observance of above
This leads to:
- Increased feeling of happiness and contentment within ourselves
- Our intuition gets stronger
- Our understanding of our inner essence, what we are, and why we are here grows, this you learn as you progress
- sharper senses through meditation and inner peace.
- Most importantly we become better citizens of the world, with peace truth and understanding being a way of life.