Follow your bliss
What good is spiritual “theory” when you can’t apply it to anything? Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the feel good quotes about going within, being all love and light, and listening to how you already have everything you need within you.
Ok, so what’s next?
The next step is to APPLY these teachings into your life. It is one thing to know and another to do. Even the Dalai Lama says we muct ACT in order to make any real change in the world.
How then can we act in such a way that we are positively contributing to the world?
Follow your highest bliss.
Following your highest bliss means that, in any given moment, you choose to do the right thing that gives you the most amount of joy within the possible options you have. Be careful though, it is at this point that many people disregard many of the available options, thinking that they could never make that choice and thus write it off entirely.
What if you did go for that walk in the park and delay cooking by a half hour? What if you did take out ten minutes for yourself to meditate? What if you make that phone call to your old friend, the one you’ve been meaning to contact for weeks but having gotten around to?
Yes, we all have responsibilites in some way, shape or form but at end of the day, what excites you is a sign from your highest self, nudging you. This is your soul saying “hey, go check that out…this could be good fos us”.
Next time something excites you or lights you up, follow it. You never know which doors the universe is waiting to open up for you.
In loving kindness,