5 Psychophysical Signs That Your Spiritual Self is Going to The Wrong Direction

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Sometimes we tend to go off course from our spiritual paths. It’s normal. We don’t operate in an automatic mode.

Your soul holds your truth and your spirit is the part that needs to follow this truth soaring from the heights. But sometimes our spirit wanders off.

Recalibrating and reconnecting is part of our earthly challenge once we fall out of alignment.

However, most people are not even aware when their spirit wanders off to a wrong direction.

To make sure whether we’re following our truth or not, the following signs tell us when it’s time to recalibrate and recharge.

5 Psychophysical Signs That Your Spiritual Self is Going to The Wrong Direction:Psychophysical Signs Spiritual Self Going to The Wrong Direction

1. You feel fatigued.

Getting tired is normal. But when your fatigue continues even after you rested, it might be deeper than you think.

Being out of alignment and walking at the wrong direction drains your energy more than anything else.

Areas for consideration:

– Consider if you have been authentic with yourself.

– Look at your dreams and determine what they tell you.

– Acknowledge yourself and look at your integrity regarding yourself and your relationship with others.

Actionable tips:

– Meditate. Pray and listen closely to yourself for the answers and interpretations of your dreams.

– Walk or exercise. Shake up your energy and get it flowing.

– Use your spine. Wake up your innermost being by recharging its axis which is the spine. This is done either through a seated meditation pose or through spinal rotations.

To do a spinal rotation, stand and plant your feet firmly on the ground, hip-width apart. Straighten your arms and raise it to shoulder height, gently twist from left to right, back and forth for 1 to 3 minutes and feel your energy coming back.

– Use essential oils. Clear and enliven your mind using rosemary and lemon.

2. Your breathing is irregular.

The word “spirit” comes from the Latin word “spiritus” which means breath.

Hence, when your spirit is not relaxed, a change in your breathing occurs, depending on the weight of your emotions such as anxiety, anger, and stress.

Areas for consideration:

– Look at the areas where you may have been holding onto fear, anger or resentment.

– Feel in your body where tension is lingering.

– Search yourself for the parts that need more personal attention.

Actionable tips:

– Forgive. Forgiveness has a releasing power that sets you free once you forgive yourself or others.

– Do a 4-7-8 Rhythmic Breathing. As you relax your body, deeply inhale into your belly and count up to 4, hold your breath for a count of 7, then exhale to the count of 8 emptying your lungs completely of air. Repeat the process until you totally feel relaxed.

– Epsom salt bath and essential oils. Nourish yourself with an Epsom salt bath and essential oils like lavender, geranium, fennel, frankincense or eucalyptus.

3. You find it difficult to concentrate.

By trying to catch up with the “busyness” of our society, you might get overcommitting to many activities you don’t really want to partake.

As a result, your concentration suffers and you don’t even know what to do first. It feels like you are always late and in a hurry.

Areas for consideration:

– Look for the areas you overcommit yourself.

– Search for your priorities for the day and the days to come.

– Find the time of day wherein creating more space for yourself is possible.

Actionable tips:

– Protect your time. Never put too much on your plate.

– Use project management tools. Whether it be on a calendar or an app, schedule your projects correctly.

– Try visualization meditation. Creating a 50-minute “productivity blocks” for each working hour followed by 5 to 10 minutes short breaks is a good practice to try. With each break, visualize how you would like your next hour to go.

–  Use peppermint oil. Peppermint enhances concentration and focus. Rub a drop of peppermint oil into each of your temples.

4. You feel extreme sadness that gets you feeling depressed.

Intense sadness is often a product of our heart being broken in some way.

Going in the wrong direction might be the cause of that sadness as it means you are turning your back on yourself. You might even get depressed if you try to ignore these emotions.

Areas for consideration:

– Feel on your body where you may be holding onto grief.

– Ask what kind of loss do you feel.

– Look for any shadows you have that you may be trying to hide.

Actionable tips:

– Show gratitude. Gratitude clears away sadness or anger. List 5 to 10 things that you are grateful for during the day and notice how your perception of the world changes.

– Send a note. If there’s someone you dislike, sending a heartfelt note to that person may brighten things up.

– Use grapefruit essential oil. Mix drops of grapefruit essential oil into a glass of drinking water, then feel the positivity and joy that the grapefruit promotes as you drink the water.

5. You are more irritable than usual.

When there is an imbalance within you, your nerves suffer. At times, this is caused by how the chemicals in your body try to achieve balance.

This is often corrected by proper nutrition, hydration, energetic and hormonal balances.

Areas for consideration:

– Look at your caffeine, sugar, or alcohol consumptions.

– Look at your sleep patterns and the length of time you sleep.

– Observe your weight and diet and see to it if it’s healthy.

– Take a look if your intimate life is fulfilling.

Actionable tips:

– Eat vegetables and fruits. See to it that you include leafy grains and fruits in your diet.

– Keep yourself hydrated. Make sure you drink 100 oz of water daily.

– Use essential oils. Clary sage, sandalwood or thyme help balance your hormone.

– Try eye-gazing meditation. Ask your romantic partner, if possible, to sit with you in a yab-yum. While the physical touch balances the erratic energy, the eye-gazing takes you deeper to yourself and to your lover. It’s much more intimate if it is done correctly as you go within your inner worlds. if you do not have a romantic partner, ask a friend. If you don’t even have a friend, consider socializing and meeting new people.

Our body is a sacred temple that houses our spirits. It is our duty to protect it, nurture it and constantly connect it with our higher self.


Source: Rise EarthThe Sacred Science;