Sivan explains what types of experiences we are looking for when on a spiritual path and how to identify them.
The benefits of keeping your thoughts on your path in every moment.
How certain feelings can make your path easier.
Learn what role emotions play on the path and why it is important to experience them.
Are there times you question whether or not you are growing?
Maybe you feel bored, or you don’t feel anything, or you feel too complacent. Maybe you question your progress because of feelings that you have that you judge. Maybe you judge your judgment?
Spiritual evolution and growth have extremely specific qualities. One quality is that sometimes it feels like you are not going anywhere!
Friendship. This is the beginning, the middle and the end of the spiritual path.
- Sivan Garr
Sivan reveals the 4 areas of the path and explains how you can create your own spiritual toolbox to keep you on track.
I am often asked –
“Which way should I go?”
“Which job should I take?”
“What is the right thing to do?”
“Did I do the wrong thing?”
Indecision is a block for many people.
In spirituality, there is no right decision or wrong decision.
One decision will take you down one path, and one down another.
Truthfully, our choices each day are infinite!
Each decision has varying degrees of how much it will impact your life. Like, “Should I drink water or tea?”, or, “Should I tell my boss I am angry or not?” Each decision will offer a set of experiences. Some we call ‘good’ and some we call ‘bad’. But they are experiences none the less. If you wait at the crossroads until you know which road is the Right road, you may never leave where you are. Stop waiting for a ‘sign’ of rightness to live your life! Get moving! Experience will tell you the rest!
- Sivan Garr
A spiritual path cannot truly be successful without the inclusion of the Heart. It is actually the presence of love that allows us to go through the process of awakening. It supports us, guides us, connects us, and more.
Work on opening your heart daily.
Ask yourself who you would be, how you would feel, what you would say, where you would go and what would you do, if your heart was fully open. It can be a fun game – if you do not take yourself too seriously.
There are no right or wrong answers!
- Sivan Garr
All of us want to know that we matter. We all want to know that somehow, somewhere, with someone, we made a difference. Sometimes we go about our lives giving, interacting and doing, without ever knowing what results our friendship and communication are truly creating.