There is incredible freedom in knowing you are not alone and that you are supported. It starts from within, through your alignment.
The most powerful path to create freedom in your life is through alignment. When we are out of alignment, everything feels harder. We have all had those moments when life feels impossible. If we have experienced trauma, the journey of healing can get overwhelming, and we feel lost.
When we are aligned with Source/God/Universe, we feel supported. This support allows us to feel safer and begin to trust in life. We slowly but surely develop trust in our future and a knowing in our power as creators in our lives.
No matter how you feel right now, you can begin to reclaim your alignment with Source/God/Universe, starting with five minutes a day.
Find a spiritual teacher you connect with and look for audios, videos and books by them – immerse yourself in their teachings for a few minutes a day.
Use journaling: If you have been following my blogs, you will know that I often advocate using journaling. Your journal can even be an audio or video journal if writing does not feel good to you. Journaling can be a tool to uncover things you have not otherwise expressed. It is also a means to release mental weight. You can write down things you desire, experiences you need to process or things you want to let go of (you can even burn the pages afterwards as a release).
Some people find meditation hard to do. Meditation is the act of clearing the mind – a mental reset to facilitate letting go of any thoughts that don’t serve you. With a clear mind, you can choose thoughts that feel better. If you find meditation hard, use guided meditations to begin with. Using the voice of your chosen guide to calm your being acts as a reset. Or perhaps prayer is the path for you to reconnect with Source/God/Universe.
Being in nature:
For some people, stepping away from the busyness of life and getting into nature is a fantastic way to get back into alignment. Taking a hike, disconnecting from the internet, and just surrounding yourself with beauty and the verdant life of Mother Nature, can be extremely healing, allowing you to shift your being into alignment again.
Yoga can also be a way to quiet the mind and reconnect with self.
For each of us, the means to alignment is different – no two people walk the same path to alignment, as our life experiences are different. Find what works for you – not what you think you should do or what someone else has suggested. Use the method that allows you to feel a sense of relief and re-alignment.
What is in YOUR alignment toolbox right now?