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What Is A Spiritual Path?

A spiritual path is full of questions about the purpose of life and the nature of the universe around you.  In a journal, you seek the answers to questions like:

Who am I?

How did I get here?

What is my relationship with my Creator?

What is the purpose of my life?

Is my world a safe place or a dangerous place?

A spiritual path is about the process of personal growth and not the end result. The goals your create for your life only give you direction. The questions in life are more important than the answers because the questions open your mind and soul to receive new insights and consider new perspectives.

The journal becomes your map of self discovery as you travel your spiritual path. It offers you the tools for reflection which allow you to assign your own meaning to the events and circumstances in your life.  It engages you in a conversation with yourself about the critical issues in your life. Together, these establish your personal authority and enhance your ability to process your life experiences in a supportive and positive manner.

I believe that my spiritual journey is about exploring the inner world and the outer world with a new perspective.  It is about looking for the meaning and purpose of the people, events, feelings, ideas, and experiences in my life.  My spiritual journey is about discovering my relationship with myself and with my world.  Anything that helps me gather information is part of my journey. 



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Last updated on: Saturday, December 15, 2007 4:41 PM