Monday, June 28, 2010

Is Your Spiritual Awakening Keeping You Up At Night?

Feeling a bit restless lately? Sleeping habits changed? Prone to weeping one moment, laughing the next? Worried that the big job you're chasing after may not be the job of your dreams? You're not losing your mind, you could be having a spiritual awakening. Join the crowd. (Even though you may be feeling all alone in crowds these days, which happens to be another of the signs of spiritual awakening.) Restlessness, odd sleeping habits, wacky emotions, and feelings of isolation sound like a recipe for illness and depression, don't they? Good thing an underlying sensation of curiosity and excitement are motivating you to take a look around at the world and where you fit into the bigger picture.

Relax, and allow yourself to experience these sensations, it's just some internal house cleaning. Stop fretting about that constant neck and shoulder pain, that's the world's weight lifting from your back. Would it help if I told you these aches, pains and discomforts are all just your body's way of shrugging off the shackles of a destiny unfulfilled? My friends, this commentary should not be a substitute for medical advice. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms to an alarming degree, please seek a doctor's attention!

When the Ace of Wands turns up in a spread, it tends to indicate that someone is on the verge of a spiritual awakening. This is a thing to celebrate, especially if you're aware of what to look for as you navigate towards something greater. If you've been diagnosed with a spiritual awakening, be aware that you may witness the following symptoms:
Body aches, especially in the neck and shoulder area
Emotional rollercoaster
Stronger connection to nature
Distinct changes in energy levels
A feeling that something has changed within you
An increased awareness of patterns or relationships
A desire to “find yourself”, change your social group, behavior, job etc.

Little by little, more information is surfacing regarding the signs of spiritual awakening. Books such as “The Celestine Prophesy” and “The Secret” offer comfort to the restless individual who wants to make the transition of spiritual awakening as graceful as possible. My advice, when it comes to the physical manifestations of spiritual growth? Roll with it. I'm not knocking the wisdom offered in either of these books, in fact, I encourage everyone to pick up a copy, learn something, and pass the knowledge along to someone else in need. Look all over the internet, too, support through this time of your life is available everywhere you turn. The bottom line is this: you're growing, and that comes with growing pains.

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