What Is My Spiritual Path?

What Is My Spiritual Path?

As more and more people become curious about life and all its mysteries, the question of “What is my spiritual path?” will emerge along with a host of other existential questions. If you’re asking yourself, “What is my spiritual path?”, then you’re seeking a course correction. You were heading in one direction, thinking this is the way that makes the most sense. But that was a different time in your life. You’ve changed, but your path hasn’t.

Over the years, you’ve spent a lot of time doing, but not a lot of time considering what has true meaning or value to you. And now you’ve approached a bridge and taken a second to pause only to see a chasm in your life. Great! Better now than never!
This is the time to break from your usual pace, pause and reflect. Perhaps even double-back and stop to ask for directions. If you’re seeking out a spiritual path, the current life you’re leading may not be all that fulfilling. And now’s your chance to make a change – one for the better!
So now it’s a spiritual call to arms. You’re taking stock of all the things in your life that matter. You’re asking the question: “What is my mission in life?” and endeavoring to answer it. The challenge is that you may not like what’s on the other side. More often than not, our true calling (our true mission) is not easy. Turning away from your spiritual path is just as simple.

And this is the way the Universe has built it. Karma, Dharma, or whatever label you want to assign to it requires faith, stamina, will power, and courage. So ask yourself, “Are you up for it?” Do you really want the answer to: “What is my spiritual path?” And are you willing to continue once you find out what it is?

What Is A Spiritual Path?

A spiritual path is a specific purpose designed to you (or rather, your soul). When you made the choice to embody in this lifetime, you also brought with you a few life lessons (or soul lessons) that you needed to master. Some of those lessons may be from a past life (if you lived a past life).

Some of these lessons are specific to this life. In either case, you are here to learn and grow spiritually and that is what your spiritual path leads you toward – your life’s lessons. Whatever unfinished business (or lessons) from a previous life will be woven in there as well.

A spiritual path is not a job that is doled out to everyone. Each person has his/her own specific spiritual path to follow. This path serves as a method for spiritual growth. And since we are all at different levels of spiritual growth, we will all be tackling differing issues in our lives.

Our paths could overlap from time to time and if they overlap over a lifetime often these people are divinely aligned, like soulmates. Soulmates (and perhaps soul family) have overlapping paths which means they are serving the same or similar purpose.

Prior to incarnating, you chose your path in this life. Whether or not you remember it or even follow it is a different story. If you veer off of the path, you might have a moment of regaining spiritual perspective (like searching for this topic) and realizing you need to revisit your life’s purpose. This is where soul searching comes into play. Digging deeper within your soul and realigning with your spirit will bring you back to your original purpose.

Spiritual realignment is not as difficult as traversing the spiritual path itself. Once you align, the challenges of the soul will present themselves to you. Your only job is to meet these challenges and to overcome them. All challenges are emotionally linked. What you’ll need to pay attention to is how you react to those challenges presented to you.

This is why self-awareness is so important to spiritual development. Mindfulness, watching your thoughts, and more specifically, watching your emotions is the skill that is worth its weight in gold. The more passive you can be and the measured your reactions, the better equipped you will be to rise to the challenge and passing with flying colors.

Who Are You Spiritually?

Understand that you are a conscious creator. Everything you have seen or experienced in your life you have created. Your job is simply to manage how you adapt, adjust, react, and continue to create. You will have to address life’s lessons and you’ll have to answer for any mistakes you make in your past (karma). Who you are spiritually is the sum total of your experience, both in this life and your past lives.

“We are the sum total of our experiences. Those experiences – be they positive or negative – make us the person we are, at any given point in our lives. And, like a flowing river, those same experiences, and those yet to come, continue to influence and reshape the person we are, and the person we become. None of us are the same as we were yesterday, nor will be tomorrow.”

― B.J. Neblett (Author)

So when aiming for enlightenment, it’s important to ask yourself, “What Is My Spiritual Path?” Simply by keeping this question on your horizon in your daily life, you’ll begin to be lead towards items and events that full your spiritual path bucket list. When you ask yourself, “What Is My Spiritual Path?” you’ll begin to see the world open up and your spiritual questions begin to be answered. You’ll learn more about yourself and who you are. Keeping an active and curious mind as well as being engaged in your life will produce wonders and miracles you’ve never imagined.

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