It can be tempting to tell the whole world about your spiritual awakening when it’s happening. But sometimes, it may be wise to hold off from sharing your spiritual awakening experience with those around you. At least until you answer these 3 key questions first.
I often say that a spiritual awakening is the best thing that could ever happen to you. When we awaken, our entire world changes.
Our entire sense of being changes too. We become new people, with a different outlook and a renewed sense of optimism.
But spiritual awakenings are also messy processes that can be frightening sometimes. And in those moments of vulnerability, it can be tempting to share our spiritual awakening experience with those around us.
However, this may not be wise. At least at first.
Eventually, you’ll have to share your spiritual awakening with others. There’s no way around it. The people in your life will have to know in one way or another that you’re experiencing something life-changing.
In the meantime, it may be wise to keep these experiences to yourself and to seek out community and understanding with those who are also going through or have gone through similar spiritual awakenings.
In this video, I’m going to help you decide when the time is right to share your awakening experience with those around you. I share 3 key questions for you to answer before sharing your experience.
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I moved out from my city because I didn’t feel understood by my old friends, I went for a journey to find kindred spirits and I found them. Now I’m so sure, that I start to share my experiences with old friends as well, but I don’t need them in my life anymore. Because I detached I’m not scared or ashamed and they respond nicely. Not all of them can actually “hear” what I’m saying, I’m not pushing.