For those who don’t know, I am a spiritual person. I understand that spirituality is not everyone’s cup of tea and of course that is fine! I would never shove my spirituality down anyone’s throat but I do like to discuss my beliefs with others who do care to listen, especially because spirituality also involves gratefulness and mindfulness which everyone should know about and take part in!
There is a common belief that spiritual people are nutters with a love for herbs, healing stones and tarot cards, but spiritual individuals are all different! I do love my herbal treatments but I also understand the importance of medicine created by scientists and prescribed by doctors and I do use some medication and get all my vaccines 🙂
So, starting off with mindfulness. Mindfulness isn’t just related to spirituality as it can also help some people physically and mentally especially if they have a physical or mental health problem. Of course this doesn’t work for everyone, or maybe one mindfulness practice works better than other mindfulness activities.
Please note that when I say that mindfulness activities can help some people with mental or physical health problems, this is NOT me saying it is a cure. It is simply something that I have personally found useful myself and I know it can help some people, but of course not everyone.
Here are some mindfulness activities!
-Creating a glitter bottle with a small plastic bottle, a little bit of dish soap, water and plenty of glitter!
-Listening to a podcast, music or relaxing sounds such as ‘ASMR forest noises’
-Walking or just being outside
Now let’s talk a little bit about gratefulness! Gratefulness can come in a variety of different forms! It can be small things we are grateful for or it can be larger things we are grateful for. Here are some examples of what we could be grateful for 🙂
Our favourite food, having a bath or a shower, having a good sleep, fresh air, our bed, our favourite weather, music, our favourite shows and favourite characters, gifts, comforts such as teddy bears and blankets, our favourite food and drinks, our home, education or our job, our family, our friends, our partner/s, financial stability, health care, religion and spirituality, good health, people fighting for rights, clean water, transportation, gas, electricity, animal meat and animal products, holidays, our senses, events that happen in our lives.
Now, moving onto The Universe and spirituality. Again this is not everyone’s cup of tea, but it has changed me for the better and I would be grateful if you read through this 🙂
The Universe is all about gratefulness and mindfulness as well as finding the meaning in things and seeing that some things happen for a reason, learning to let go and move on from situations, connecting to the world and understanding that the universe may not always provide you with what you want but providing you with what you need. The Universe speaks to those who are listening to it.
Here are the 12 laws of The Universe 🙂
–The law of Divine Oneness is all about being connected through various factors such as love and creation. We are all creative in our own ways and we all love in our own ways and this means that we all can have an impact either small or big and these impacts matter and make a difference to not just ourselves but others around us. With this, we need to discover what we are best at and what we can make an impact with and find ways to make that impact happen.
–The Law of Vibration is all about finding out what we want and making sure we get it. The next two laws also relate to this law. The Law of Inspired Action and The Law of Attraction. The Law of Inspired Action is all about taking action in order to get what you want and need, whether this takes you out of your comfort zone or not, and in fact doing things out of your comfort zone can possibly help you reach these goals quicker! The Law of Attraction is all about your self-worth and your mindset towards getting what you want. By viewing things in a positive light, you will see things less negatively. (To add, this is not to say that those with mental health problems or physical health problems should just ‘think positively’ and they won’t struggle anymore. This is just a mindset that is good to have in general.)
–The Law of Correspondence is all about life’s patterns and the way we live our lives. Even though we may not see it we all have a particular pattern in our lives whether this is a particular way of getting organised in the morning or the way we work or study. Another thing we don’t recognise is that these patterns either help us or have negative impacts that we may or may not realise. These patterns may be beneficial to our lives but some may actually be making us miserable which is why it’s important to change things up a little.
–The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy is all about how we can have a huge impact on the world and the people around us with big and small actions. We can be involved in anything good or anything bad. It’s important to choose which path we are going to take, but of course it would be much better for us and others if we chose the ‘good’ path and took actions towards how we are going to have a positive impact on ourselves, others and the world.
–The Law of Cause and Effect is all about good and bad karma. Our actions and decisions are so important. By saying and doing things that are immoral or just not very nice, it is quite possible that we will receive bad karma, but by being kind and charitable, we will receive good karma and we will receive good opportunities. However this isn’t always the case, and unfortunately bad people can receive good karma and good people can receive bad karma, however it is still important to be the best person you can be. This law relates to the next law, The Law of Compensation. The Law of Compensation is essentially working hard and getting good rewards in the process. It also means that by spreading love, joy, kindness etc, we will receive it back. By being a good person, you will get good back.
–The Law of Giving and Receiving relates to the last law and it is what it says. Giving and receiving. Giving is a part of socialisation as well as spreading kindness and producing gratitude, however we have to make sure that we are getting something back. That isn’t to say that nothing should come from the goodness of your own heart and only from a place of greed where you constantly expect something back, as it is important that we are selfless people who do things for the sake of generosity, however we have to also take care of ourselves and make sure that we aren’t putting ourselves out too much for people who never want to take care of us and be generous towards us.
–The Law of Polarity is about us existing as a whole, existing as part of the Universe. We are one with the sky, the stars, the sun, the moon, the grass, the trees and its leaves, we exist in everything around us. With this, we learn who we are, what we like, what we don’t like, we see understanding in what is right and wrong and we learn confidence and self-esteem as well as going through experiences, good and bad, that teach us, even if the experience was based on a mistake.
–The Law of Relativity means that we are the ones who give a meaning to things whether good or bad. We all have our different varying views and opinions, all different from each other’s. This relates to morals and ethics and how some people become bad people such as murderers etc as well as religion and politics. These things are what hugely shape humanity as a whole and has caused the most arguments, fights and wars as well as sadly, deaths.
–The Law of Perpetual Motion represents change. Everything is always changing, good or bad. We have to embrace these changes and find ways of embracing them in positive ways.
So there we go, a blog all about my belief and what comes along with it! I really hope you enjoyed this blog, I would never shove my belief in people’s faces but I do love to teach people out my beliefs if they are okay with listening, so if you read all of even just part of this, thank you so much!
I will see you soon for the next blog! 🙂