Our ego likes to be in control. It likes to know how things are and what’s going to happen. Underlying this desire for stability and predictability is a deep fear that the world is a dangerous place. The ego fears it will not survive without continually being on guard. The truth is: we cannot control what happens in life. And under the natural law of attraction, we tend to attract to us what we focus on. Substitute TRUST for fear and the world becomes a gentler, happier place.
"One thing we can do is make the choice to view the world in a healthy way. We can choose to see the world as safe with only moments of danger rather than seeing the world as dangerous with only moments of safety." -- Deepak Chopra
Here is my spiritual practice. What is yours?????
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My spiritual practice is becoming the way I live my life. It is staying connected to that power that is greater than I am. That deep inner knowing of what is right or wrong, the intuitive sense of what to do in any given situation and to cause no harm. My intention is to make the world a better place through my deeds, words and actions. This is my spiritual practice. Whether I am taking a walk in the woods, spending time with family or friends, working or sitting in meditation is to be in spiritual practice. It is not a time that I set aside to do, but something I aspire to live in each moment.