In my previous post, I mentioned 4 new methods for spiritual self-improvement. In this post, I’m going to share 3 more. Before I do that, I want to say that for me at least, how spirituality manifest in my life is incredibly personal. My practice has been cultivated from hours of meditation, and sitting in a Spiritual Development group for many years. What I am trying to say here is that spirituality is not a quick-fix or done glibly. You have to work at it consistently, and it must be a conscious choice that you make for your wellbeing, not just because it is the latest fad.
As my spirituality has developed over the years, it has become more of a lifestyle – most things that I do revolve around my spirituality. How I spend my time, who I spent my time with, the way I think, feel and behave is all influenced by my spiritual practice – it has become a way of being. In my experience, a better way of being. I am more confident, trusting in myself, and much more able to set clear boundaries.
As well as, having a sense of calm, peacefulness and stillness within myself. That is not to say that I do not get anxious and worried, I do, I’m still human. Conversely, I think that I’m much less than I would have been without the practice.
The fifth method for spiritual self-improvement
In a similar fashion to crystal sweeping your aura, you can use a clear quartz crystal point on your chakras. You can start at the root chakra or the crown chakra. That makes no difference. After your meditation, pick up the crystal, pointing it towards your chakra, and intentionally clear out that energy point. The time spent at each chakra is up to you; whatever feels intuitively right to you. After you have finished with one chakra, you move on to the next one.
The sixth method for spiritual self-improvement
Intentionally inhale positivity and exhale negativity. By intentional breathing, I mean taking a moment to pause, and at your pace, concentrate on breathing in positive energy and exhaling negative energy. You are inhaling in oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide.
There is no set pace to breathe at, nor a set number of breaths. Do what feels right to you. The most crucial point is that you focus your mind on breathing in positive energy, and exhaling negative energy.
Intentionally breathe in positivity and exhale negativity.
Say it in your mind as you are breathing: I am inhaling positive energy, and I’m exhaling negative energy.
The seventh method for spiritual self-improvement
Practise staying present in the moment. The past has already happened; all we can do is change how we think about it. Nobody knows the future, although we can get a few glimpses. All that leaves us with is the present. The present is all that we have. And it is our responsibility to optimise the present by making sure we make good choices that serve the present, and the future.
Here is a quick summary of all the seven methods for spiritual self-improvement:
- Meditate everyday
- Drink colour and crystal imbibed water
- Crystal sweep your aura
- Clear your chakras with a crystal
- Practice creating a psychic shield around you
- Intentionally inhale positivity and exhale negativity
- Stay present
Remember, you can work with me in a few different ways. I offer Spiritual Development, Wellbeing Coaching, Distant energy healing and past life regression. You can book your 30-minute discovery session by heading over to the book me page.
Disclaimer: If you are struggling with a serious medical condition, please contact your GP. Any suggestions made in this blogpost in meant to compliment professional medial advice, and not replace.