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Devaki Sokaris

Live the life your soul wants

5:Meet your soul

The soul is your higher self and inner wisdom. The purpose of your soul is to take the journey to self-realisation.

Some people have trouble connecting with their inner wisdom, because there many things clouding their perspective of who they think they are. When you connect with the inner, you can begin to hear its truth and wisdom for you.

One of the issues people face when wanting to discover their spiritual self, is they don’t understand what this means for their growth. As far as the soul is concerned when you ask to align with it, you are asking to evolve more quickly. Your soul is not concerned with any difficulties you may be experiencing with your challenges, as it has an agenda for you to fulfil your best potential.

Others may inspire you to live a life guided by your inner and can be great examples of what you can achieve. However, your relationship with your soul is yours, and what you experience and learn will be unique to you.

Your inner is not going to tell you what you want to hear, it is going to tell you what you need to hear. The personality likes to over shadow the inner wisdom, because it wants what it wants. You will need to challenge any false perceptions you have about yourself.

Your inner voice will sound familiar to you and will talk in a language you relate to. It may not be the only voice you hear, if your personality desires are getting in the way, so you will need to learn to discern what the truth is.

Inner work and meditation will help you purify your thoughts and feelings over time, and as that happens your inner mentor will start to be heard more clearly. Your soul never gives up trying to steer you in the right direction. It sends you messages in the form of symbols, signs, dreams, opportunities and challenges to help you grow.

Some ways that help you connect with your inner wisdom are:

  1. a. Meditate - If you’ve never meditated before, start with 10 minutes daily, and build up to 20-30 minutes or split them into two shorter sessions morning and night.
  2. b. Contemplation - Aside of your meditation, spend some time each day in contemplation, and ask questions about what you want to know about your life and purpose for guidance.
  3. c. Write - Keep a journal of whatever insights or thoughts come to you at any time. Don’t judge or try to filter it, you may understand the insights later.
  4. d. Self-awareness - Gain more self-awareness about your thoughts and feelings. To change yourself, you need to be aware of what decisions you are making, and how they affect changes in your life.
  5. e. Mindfulness - Practising mindfulness helps you pay attention to the present moment thus not worrying about the past or future.

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