4 Ways To Reawaken Your Spirit

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Your spirit is far more powerful thank you think. Your spirit is what remains when you strip away everything else that you think you are. It is the very core of your being. There is energy in the words you speak and in your physical presence. When we function from a low-level energetic state, our thoughts and energy can literally pollute the world. But when we function from a place of positive energy, the world around us becomes more positive.

Here are three simple ways to reawaken your spirit:

1. Declutter

Start by clearing your space of the stuff that you no longer need, the stuff that merely serves as a distraction from your life. Decluttering your physical space is important, but it's also important to declutter your mind. Take time every day to sit in silence and solitude. Allow your thoughts to pass without judgment, and slowly watch your mind clear of mental clutter.

2. Learn To Let Go

Ask yourself if there are things that block your spirit, can you let them go?

Sometimes this is something you can do directly when experiencing an emotion or thinking a thought. You can identify it as a temporary creation that is not who you are, accept that it happened, and then say goodbye to it.

Thoughts and feelings feed off each other, and they can be difficult to release during the time.

Don’t beat yourself up if you get caught in the moment. It happens. Show yourself some compassion and understand that you can still let go of something after it has happened.

3. Expand Your Mind

Explore new ideas and differing beliefs. When you expand your mind to allow in new ideas, beliefs, and possibilities, you increase the opportunity to wake up to a life experience you never knew was possible. Read books and have conversations with people who have lived different lives. An awakening occurs when you have learned something new—when you have, quite literally, "woken" your mind and your spirit.

4. Go Outside.

There is energy and spirit and magic in the outdoors. So many of us spend our time cooped up inside, sitting behind computer screens, not truly connected to the world. Try not to distract yourself with your phone or even another person's company. Give yourself the time to enjoy solitude. You may be surprised by what comes alive within you.

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