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What is your daily spiritual practice?

What is your daily spiritual practice?

Isabella Stoloff

Shaman, Holistic Medicine Practitioner

Awareness is my practice. I am conscious of my thoughts and if they are negative I gently shift and feed myself positive empowering messages. I light incense and bless my home. One of my favorite practices is staying connected to the animal kingdom and feeling a loving presence deep within my soul.  Working with clients keeps me connected and allows me to stay in the moment.

Donna Bond

Professional Life Coach, Transformation Consultant

I am totally devoted to my daily spiritual practice, which is a very important part of my life: 26 minutes of meditation, a review of affirmations and ideal scenes, reading some spiritual text on soul transcendence or from A Course in Miracles. Finally, a card pull from a divinity deck. I have a beautiful sacred space where I fall into the flow and ask for Spirit’s assistance in guiding my day. – Donna

Gosia Lorenz

Certified Facilitator of Access Consciousness

My spiritual practice is that I’m doing everything I can to be aware in every moment of my life. When I’m aware, I can know what is. I can ask more questions or deal with it, but I’m willing to deal with what’s what when it shows up good, bad or ugly. I also know I can choose joy no matter what.

Ajita Patel

Clinical Ayurveda Specialist, Reiki Master

Breath work (pranayama) and meditation are very important, but I tend to sprinkle my day with moments: when I first wake up and put my feet on the floor, or when I wash my eyes or go out to greet the sun, I give reverence. A prayer before I eat to remind me of my divinity and the divinity of the food. I try not to separate anything from my spirituality.

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