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Navigating the earthly existence
Being human has its ups and downs, and everyone navigates their earthly existence differently. As my job is to be sensitive to the energetic currents around us so that I can share them with my clients and the collective. I have to take certain measures to ensure I protect my time and space rigorously.
I can’t speak for anyone else, but here are some of the ways I make it work for me:
I try to wake up and go to bed at the same time every day.
In the morning, I usually stretch for 15-20min, do vocal training for 15-20min and meditate for 30-45 minutes. I also journal every morning. I feel this sets me up to be at my best and the most calm.
In the evening, I usually stretch for 30-45 minutes, meditate for 30-45 minutes and read for about 30 minutes. I also journal in the evening. I sense that this helps me let go of any energies I will have picked up during the day and set me up for the next.
Some of you will think this is a lot, but I don’t really watch any tv-series during the week, and I almost spend no time on my phone in the morning and the evening. That frees up a lot of time to calm down and connect with Spirit instead.
I try to check my phone as little as possible throughout the day, and I always have my phone on Do Not Disturb.
I exercise 3-4 times every week and go for many walks without any digital devices.
I have an overall healthy diet.
I don’t drink alcohol, and I prioritise sleep over socialising. I sense that many people use alcohol as a way of numbing, and the same goes for shallow and superficial “friendships”. Instead, I feel that people need to learn to spend more time on their own without any distractions. I believe this would create a much healthier society. Many people are amusing themselves to death.
I don’t suffer from FOMO (Fear of missing out). This is related to the above.
I don’t care a lot about what other people think about me. It is impossible not to care at all, as we are social beings, but I have mostly managed to let it go.
I read a lot of books - this is a mix of fiction and non-fiction.
I fail at this often, but instead of judging other people see them as Spirits on their own spiritual journey, going through their own spiritual lessons.
I try my best to set healthy boundaries, embrace difficult conversations and communicate with clarity and kindness when I can.
I suffer from a chronic fatigue condition, so I try not to think about the future too much, take one day at a time and be present where I am.
I try to live as frugally as I can and get life satisfaction from within over externalities. This means if I don’t earn as much money in one month, I’m not freaking out.
My spiritual philosophy tells me that each life we move through is a series of spiritual lessons, so I try my best to embrace all the ups and downs in equal measure and accept my life for what it is.
I don’t read the news and rarely listen to podcasts.
I have removed most people from my daily interactions who don’t have a calming presence.
There is so much more, but this is a snapshot.
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