How “healthy” are you?

I’m not referring to your physical shape or how often your work out a week.
It is also not about eating good foods, reading a book a month, or completing a few rounds of therapy or meditating twice a day.
Of course I am not dismissing these contributors to a healthier and more complete you but I’m talking about real, solid emotional, mental, and spiritual health, the kind that comes from a deep acceptance of and connection to the deepest part of yourself. The knowing of you.
Because what our souls are hungry for is something we can’t buy with accomplishment, money, or charm—something we can’t even get from another human being. The truth is there is only one source of pure, unconditional, never-ending bliss, and that source resides inside of us. The only cost? Our devotion.

I want to know if you carry within the deepest part of your soul the knowledge that you are whole and complete, just you alone and that you do not need another human to make you whole? That no matter how the stresses of life and your existence have a tendency to fixate your attention to a point where your awareness of yourself have been greatly weakened, you can still get up from it and move to another dynamic in your life.
I personally know that if I want to create the life and relationship I want for myself, I have to make conscious choices about who I am and who I want to become. I have to become aware of the impact I have on my life and be responsible for everything I am and attract, because with lowered spiritual awareness come problems, difficulties with others, illness and unhappiness and I do not want that for my life anymore.

So I want to ask you, which has been your operating mode of choice? Are you self-aware — that is, are you centered in a deep sense of knowing who you are, do you understand why you do what you do, and do you take responsibility for the results? Or are you asleep to your own motivations, anxieties, and limiting beliefs operating basically on autopilot?

I recently read that all kinds of happiness you will ever find lies in you, only you.

But so many people we know are painfully blind to the part they play in their own misery. Like no matter how much advice you give, they just don’t change, and their self-created mishaps keep on coming. Their choices are guided by the silent pressures of society, parents, relatives, and friends — until they decide to snap out of it and distinguish their own voices from others.

The point I’m trying to make is that many of us allow our lives to be driven along in automatic, so it should be no surprise when people wake up and look around wondering where they are and how they got there. Being alive, even being successful is a long way away from really living.

If you are reading this article because you want to lead a happier and more fulfilling life. If you want to stop the negative patterns in your life that repeatedly sabotage you. Then you need to start thinking and living consciously. Because if you are not living in a way that supports your soul’s highest expression, you’ll inevitably fall prey to the devilish vibrations of your ego’s lowest impulses.

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