How to Access Spiritual Energy

Spiritual Energy

We are surrounded by many sources of energy, including physical, mental, and spiritual. It is possible to connect to the source of energy, but how do we access it? Several different sources of energy exist, including the sun, stars, and other natural phenomena. Regardless of the source, each type of energy has a unique value. When we are connected to spiritual energy, we are more hopeful and optimistic about life. We are also more likely to forgive and remain calm when faced with adversity. The best way to access spiritual energy is to find it within. External influences, such as stress, anxiety, and depression, can amplify negative energy, and we have no control over them.

Spiritual energy is often associated with non-religious individuals, who derive their energy from higher universal truth, the supernatural, or inner realm. Many people seek this connection to understand themselves and their lives, and spiritual energy helps them find it. People who experience spiritual energy report higher levels of overall happiness and improved personal health than non-spiritual Americans. It can even affect the success of business, as spiritual individuals are more likely to be good team players and work in more effective teams.

While Goleman has identified the basic elements of spiritual energy, other ancient traditions have quantified it in a number of ways. One word used to describe this magnetic state is sukha, which is a Pali word meaning “repleteness.” It is a feeling of calm joy, regardless of external circumstances. Sukha is connected to a higher purpose and increases with service to others. Spiritual energy is not something that is created overnight. However, it is a vital part of your life and should be cultivated.

People who are high in energy have a higher sense of awareness and alignment. These people are probably aware of the interconnection between all things and have experienced a spiritual awakening. Their actions reflect their feelings of joy, bliss, and light. Their energy is higher than their physical activity levels. When they experience a high level of energy, their entire being becomes aligned with their desires and goals. Then they can take action accordingly. You can even see their actions as expressions of their higher self.

The concept of energy is very complicated, and there are many variations of it. It is not a matter of shooting sparks from your fingers, but rather of processes and actions that shape the potential in the environment. Be careful to distinguish between the two, as they can affect objectivity. If you want to practice energy work yourself, be aware that emotional energy work is different from physical energy work. If you use both, you are likely to be successful.

Meditation is an excellent way to calm the mind and calm the soul, thereby increasing spiritual energy. Kindness to others is another way to increase spiritual energy. By helping others, you are connecting with the spiritual side of yourself. By engaging in community building, you are building your tribe. Connecting with others is good for your emotional, physical, and spiritual health. So do not be afraid to experiment with different methods and see what works for you. And try not to stop there.

In addition to meditation, people can use various crystals to strengthen their spiritual energy. The crystals used in meditation have healing properties. The shamanistic friend of Oatman placed the stones along his chakras, which are seven energy portals. The stones purify the chakras, as well as the mind. Rose quartz is known as the “love stone,” and is supposedly able to open the heart and soothe an aching heart.

Aside from meditation, there are many other techniques you can use to balance the energies in your body. Yoga and meditation teacher Maude Hirst, founder of EnergyRise, recommends kapalbhati (fire breath), a practice that activates yang energy. This meditation practice requires a deep inhale, followed by 50 short, sharp exhales. Then, you pump your belly inward with each exhale.

Developing your focus is an essential step in cultivating this practice. Focused attention requires consistent effort. The first awareness of something occurs pre-verbally, and is part of a whole process. After that, the mind jumps in and labels the object. It is impossible to remain focused without focus. With consistent effort, you can bring the scattered energies to one single point and focus on it. With practice, you’ll soon develop a keen awareness of the object of focus.