One of the ways we often see challenges is as hardships. We alternatively complain and withdraw. We can ruminate ourselves to exhaustion — when really, the opportunity is to gain wisdom. We can do this through spirituality and meditation.
Once when starting a new job, I took the time to use some psychic tools learned in the clairvoyant program, to see a positive outcome in three-dimensions, or create a mockup. As I sat meditating, I was able to direct my energy toward the outcome I wanted — and I did achieve success.
Tools in meditation can soothe and enlighten us and help us to look at situations in a new light. We also reconnect to a higher source. If we look at some of the newer philosophers, we can see that often an epiphany can occur. We see this in the works of Carl Jung, Gandhi, and most recently, Rhonda Byrne (the creator of The Secret). “The fastest way to become the master of your thoughts and emotions is through challenging situations. If your life is going along fairly smoothly, there are not the same opportunities that enable you to strengthen your power and become the master of your thoughts and emotions.”
When we look at spirituality, we think of the different ways people meditate. Some may pray, some may repeat a mantra, some may direct energy through the body, while others visualize a positive outcome and create a favorable result.
We all have a reason for being here. We all have dreams we would like to pursue. Using our psychic tools and meditation, we can truly become our best self.
Another way to help see the opportunities for spiritual growth masked as challenges is by taking a Practical Intuition and Meditation Class at Intuitive Insights or the Clairvoyant Training Program. Joe Gacoscos will teach the Clairvoyant I Program starting Wednesday, April 8th.
– Cenda Rinehart, Spiritual Teacher, Intuitive Insights School of Intuition