It takes practice but it’s not hard.
Look with the Eyes of the Soul – The NamelessTweet
The psychologist and shamanic teacher, Christa Mackinnon, says:
“… it is our soul that provides us with a kind of inner voice, a moral compass and direction. It is our soul that we hear as this ‘little voice inside’ reminding us that there is more we can become, and it is our soul that suffers when we don’t nourish it by integrating a spiritual component into our lives and striving to give our lives meaning and purpose.”
Your soul is the essence of who you are at the fundamental level – your true nature. Your soul is the life source of energy. At times you might feel disconnected from your truest self, but with silence in meditation, you can reconnect with your inner presence.
The ancient sacred Indian text known as the Bhagavad Gita says:
The soul is never touched; it is immutable, all-pervading, calm, unshakable; its existence is eternal.
As explored in the book Spiritual Ecology:
“The idea of the human soul … calls us toward our individual and unique relationship to the world. In this sense, soul and Spirit suggest opposites – the unique versus the universal, that which is approached by way of descent versus that which is approached by way of ascent. Ultimately, however, each soul (each thing in its soul aspect) exists as an expression of Spirit and serves as an agent or emissary for Spirit. Our individual relationships with Spirit and soul are not contradictory but complementary. A complete spirituality embraces our relationships to both Spirit and soul, not just one or the other. Together these two realms of spirituality form a whole. Either one alone is incomplete.”
Sylvia Love Johnson
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