One event on February 26, 2024 at 7:00 pm
Spiritual fitness is a lifestyle and an attitude that can help you rediscover the real meaning and sacredness of your life. Like physical fitness, it is not a one-time experience; it needs your ongoing commitment. To be spiritually fit means living in truth and trust, i.e., being yourself at the deepest level in everything you do and bringing all of you to your life experiences. It also means trusting that there is a greater power constantly guiding you and inviting you, through your life experiences, to live more openly and lovingly. When we trust, we make our choices and decisions from a place of love and courage instead of from fear. This, in turn, gives us clarity and strength.
We will explore the following questions:
* How loving and kind am I?
* How free am I?
* How honest am I?
* How wise am I?
* How at peace am I?
* How joyful am I?
Notice that not even one of the questions refers directly to practicing spirituality, but in truth, they all reflect the actions of someone who is deeply connected to life — someone who is spiritually fit.
Think about it: You know that when you are anchored in your spiritual truth, loving-kindness is a way of life because you have developed a reverence for all life.
This is what spiritual fitness looks like in action, and the key to remember is that while you don’t have to be perfect or an ascended master to practice spiritual fitness, there are two things you absolutely do have to be: awake and willing. Being spiritually fit is a journey of a lifetime for the awake and willing, and it begins with your first step, even if it isn’t perfect.
If you are ready to begin to journey towards Spiritual Fitness, register today!
ABOUT LICENSED PRACTITIONER DORAYNE BREEDLOVE
Her classes are filled with creativity, connection, and meaningful content that allows for spiritual concepts to be applied to real-life practical applications. The goal is always to assist those in her classes to create powerful transformative experiences that change their lives in positive ways.