Welcome to the ultimate spiritual path — your life.
Something inside of you clicked on this post. What was it? An inkling to know something you already know? A way to confirm to yourself that you’ve been on the right path all along?
Maybe you’re seriously confused about which spiritual path to choose — it’s like picking something to watch on Netflix. Maybe you’ll use shuffle mode. Maybe you’ll Google some recommendations.
I’m not here to shame you, tell you you’re 5 years behind, or that your current spiritual path is wrong.
This is not some fear-based marketing ad — we get enough of these in one day.
This post isn’t going to magically help you find the right path ASAP but will help you lean into trusting your process more.
It’s easy to distrust life and live in fear.
It’s easy to feel like you need to get somewhere, become something, or know more than you know to feel like you’re living “the good life.”
This fear of lack is lurking inside the deep, dark, crevices of all of our minds. Something never feels quite right. You always feel like you need to do something more and have a different experience than the one you’re having now because shit — sometimes it really feels like it’s gotta be better than this. Something else needs to happen in your life to make it feel more complete.
More. More. More.
Need. Need. Need.
You’re never enough. Your life is never enough. What can make life feel more complete? Maybe committing yourself to a spiritual path is the answer. You don’t want to throw your life away.
You think too much.
The spiritual path won’t give you a feeling of completeness — it’s you. Nothing outside of yourself will ever make you feel complete.