Spiritual Support for Today’s World
In days of old, spiritual life was separate from “regular life”. People went to church or temple once a week, and then got on with the rest of their lives. Daily meditation was something that only nuns, priests, rabbis or monks did.
In today’s world, our understanding of spiritual life is changing. More and more we are understanding that all of life is sacred, and at the same time, there seems to be less and less time available for us to slow down and connect with our innermost spiritual center.
With the advent of global communication, there are now many options available to us for spiritual and religious expression.
At the same time, modern life has become more challenging, more demanding and faster paced.
Staying positive and focused on God’s love can be difficult, especially when we are faced with negative energy that we see manifesting in world events. Humanity’s progress gets halted in some ways when this happens as well as seeking what we don’t have.
Many people face depression or even despair because they find it difficult to connect with their inner experience of God’s love (no matter which God you pray to) during these difficult times thrown at us in the world.
A regular spiritual practice of daily meditation can be of great help in today’s world, to help bring an awareness of spiritual values into all aspects of your daily life.
Daily meditation can allow you to create peace within yourself, which then radiates outwards to others. Daily meditation can be a simple as taking five or ten minutes daily with your favorite spiritual support, or can involve a more rigorous program of study, practice and meditation.
The importance of daily meditation is in the consistency with which it is done. It is helpful to schedule a specific time of day, or to do your meditation several times a day.
Some people find it helpful to create an altar or other sacred space in the home, which provides an outer reminder of the sacred, and also creates a vibration of peace and harmony.
If you can keep this sacred space clean, free from clutter, and away from other activities, and you will find that your altar becomes a spiritual haven that you can go to find peace, light and comfort in the midst of a busy day.
You do not need to only have one altar in your home. You can make an altar in each room, or a deep connection with a few of your ancestors in your family at your little desk altar, and even in your car. I’ve seen many small car altars. A daily reminder of sacred reality goes a long way to supporting your daily meditation practice and keeps you in this sacred energy.
Daily meditation can provide comfort, upliftment, and spiritual support, even during difficult times. You will find yourself attracted to meditation practices that are most resonant with your own soul’s unique divine blueprint. A daily meditation practice can be tailored to your own unique needs and spiritual longing. Daily inspiration and meditation be found through sacred religious texts as well as newer spiritual writings.
We are all of God, and created by God, and we each have a unique purpose and aspect of God that we embody in the world. If you do not believe in God then focusing on Love as a daily spiritual practice can be a type of prayer or daily connection to the divine..
The abundance of sacred teachings at this time on the Earth is a reminder that God speaks in many ways so that each heart and each soul can feel and be reminded of God’s love in their own unique way.
Daily meditation can help you to connect with your own divine essence, and to bring your gifts into the world for the betterment of all of humanity.