If you ask me, having an authentic and intentional relationship with something greater than ourselves is the number one key to a meaningful and fulfilling life. I can say with confidence that Spirituality saved my life and without it, I wouldn’t be here today (as in, alive and breathing on this planet).
I used to think that religion was for people who couldn’t deal with the fact that life was finite. Today, my relationship with God is the most important thing in my life. I pray, meditate, read Angel cards and go to Church.
After spending years of my life using alcohol, sex, achievement, gossip, food (and anything else you can imagine) to try and fill the void inside me, Spirituality (well, God) has fulfilled me in a way that nothing else has, and delivered me into greater joy than I ever thought possible. I have had so many undeniably Divine experiences in my life since I opened my mind (my heart was already there, waiting to come home) to the possibility of God, it’s hard to imagine life without the miracles. And yet, there was a time when I thought it must be too good to be true, that there was no such thing as an all-knowing, all-loving Source and if there was, it wouldn’t want anything to do with me.
Today I wanted to share the story of how the Light found me in the middle of a Brisbane nightclub. And how, after that night, I went from avowed atheist to Spirit junkie, totally captivated by crystals, crucifixes and the life of Mary Magdalene.
I use the word God because it resonates with me. For some of us, the word itself holds a lot of pain and negative associations, and it might feel better for you talk to The Universe or pray to your Angels. The relationship with the Divine looks different for everyone but without it, we don’t even scratch the surface of the uninhibited joy our soul is capable of experiencing here on earth.
“Make your own Bible. Collect all the words and sentences that in your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
In this video I share my journey into spirituality, and 3 tips to help you cultivate your very own spiritual practice.
What really excites me about the time we’re living in now, is that our generation is ushering in a new wave of spirituality that is closer to the Truth than any that have come before it. It’s transparent, accessible and all-inclusive. We’ve stopped looking for God outside of ourselves (in people, places and ‘things’) and we are discovering that He (or She) has been within us all along.
I’ll be sharing more about this topic as I continue to delve deeper into the meaning, wonder and awe-inspiring Love of this Supernatural life.
I hope you’ll join me.
All my love,