According to Spiritual Law, you can have anything your heart desires.
Now it is important to identify if you are focusing your happiness, sense of security or feeling of power from someone or something in your life as a source.
If that is happening then you are attached to that person or thing.
That needs to be worked because it will bind you to a lower frequency that will keep you stuck and unable to grow into a better version of yourself.
Attachment is about fear and dependency. Which is something that has to be more with self- love instead of love to another.
Love without attachment is the representation of purest love because it isn’t about what others can give you based on a wrong perception that you feel empty,
It is about what you can give others because you are already full.
Let me explain this;
Based on the Law of Detachment in the detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty…
In the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning.
And in our willing to step to the unknown, the field of all possibilities, we surrender ourselves to the creative mind that orchestrates the dance of the Universe.
The best guidance to boost your level of energy frequency is by releasing unhealthy cords that tie you to people, things and emotions.
1. In the event that we can’t ignore, neither remove (from scratch) attachments from the mind and heart, make a list and organize them placing on the top those that affect your inner peace and create a negative impact to your physical and mental health.
Remember trapped emotions will always search to hang out within your cellular tissue, creating as result energetic blockages that end up in muscle strains, spasms, insomnia, migraines, nervous system diseases and as such physical pain.
2. Reconnect to your spiritual source by praying and meditating.
“When we pray, we talk to God and when we meditate, we listen to God.”
After organizing your attachments, separate at least 15 minutes daily during 21 days (without cheating) sit down in a quite space and begin your personal relationship with God.
The reason of the 21 days is because it’s been sustained by scientific research that in order to develop a good habit or break an addiction within the human’s brain embracing a 21 days challenge is the most effective way to reach the goal.
Pray to God humbly…
a. Gratitude is the best attitude waking up alive during a global Pandemic is a good reason to give thanks.
b. Share what is disturbing your heart and mind (your attachments list), recognize that behind them there is a lesson that needs to be learned, accept the Lord’s will by being receptive to flow (an important person in my life, while being in desolation once told me “You do not negotiate with God”) so you might want to remember that, because if it has made a difference to me and the people I have shared this with, you might benefit from this as well.
Then sit down in silence, bring your attention to your breath thinking that “When you inhale you are taking the strength from God, when you exhale it represents the healing you are giving to yourself and service you are giving to this world.
c. As a Spirit Guide Coach and Master Resilience Trainer, I have realized through personal and clients experiences that an effective way to receive answers to our questions is working with the scriptures.
After you spend those 15 minutes of praying and meditation, have a bible near you close your eyes and ask God for guidance…when you open the bible (randomly) check where your index finger is pointing at, read the chapter because the answer to your question or the consolation to your desolation will be there.
If it’s confusing for you to relate it to your current situation, search in the web for the different reflections available from priests, pastors or spiritual teachers and I assure that you will resonate with one of their different feedbacks.
3. Watch your diet.
As an Ayurvedic Certified Yoga Teacher…
a. You are what you eat! If you are mixing anxiety with opening the refrigerator that’s a wrong answer.
b. Eat 5 small portion of dinners during 24 hours. If you skip meals and do not snack between meals every time you sit down to eat, your brain will fool you to eat at that one opportunity all the food you haven’t eaten. Eventually that will mess up your metabolism generating overweight issues, that will impact your physical and mental (self-esteem) health.
c. Be mindful with your alcohol consumption. Learn to keep boundaries with this, because alcohol lowers energy frequency creating vulnerability to our inmune system. Also alcohol is an addictive (creates attachment)depressor. Just be mindful with your relationship to it. Balance in life is necessary for everything.
Scientific research have sustained the benefits of working out to the human’s physical and mental health.
If you are a beginner and are under any kind of medical treatment approach your physician before doing any type of work out.
Walking is a great exercise to start.
Yoga has many styles that suits special needs for everyone. And the best of yoga practice is that stimulates cellular resiliency thru maintaining blood circulation free of blockages because of the consciousness developed of how to use our breath as inner healer.
5. Practice self-love.
Every morning after you wake up and have practiced gratitude to the Lord for the opportunity of another day alive, stand in front of the mirror, see that beautiful and wonderful human being in front of you.
Repeat to yourself the following words…
I love myself
I accept my imperfection and my story. Because without my story I wouldn’t have been able to bloom like a lotus flower currently rising up to the surface of the pond.
I will allow myself to forgive me, because living in pain is a choice.
Hence I will allow myself to release resentments and cut unhealthy cords that attach me to that story.
I will be compassionate to myself working without pressure but will keep in mind that receptivity and heart opening attitude will allow me to live unconditionally into self-love and love without attachments.
Last but not least;
“Detachment is not that you should own nothing, but that nothing should own you.”
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; RYT-200 hrs; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.
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