Three Simple Ways To Embrace Your Spiritual Side

Praying for Peace-Chispa Magazine

Many people reach a point in their lives when they crave something more. For some, this appears in the form of a mid-life crisis. Forty year olds yearn to be achingly cool again and buy themselves a sports car, listen to music aimed at the millennial, and wear clothes that are way too young for them. However, for some, searching for something more takes on a more spiritual element. People can begin to question their existence, the meaning of life, and their reason for being. If this sounds like you, embracing your spiritual side could give you the solace that you are searching for.

Faith + Religion

Organized religion might not be for you, but the concept of getting closer to God might be. You don’t have to head to church to find your spiritual side, although coming together with believers, helps your walk. You may choose to read some scriptures or you might choose to take a pilgrimage to a religious site. Many Christians and non-Christians alike decide to take a trip to Bethlehem, Nazareth, and Jerusalem in an effort to find something that they’ve been lacking. Being close to God can help you find comfort in times of trouble, and can keep you from feeling anxious.

Numbers?

Many people are fascinated by numbers and don’t see them as a mere manmade and scientific concept. Knowing more about numbers can give us a greater understanding of who we are as human beings. There are plenty theories that you might want to investigate; you could choose to finish the Enneagram test to find your Enneagram number. This number, based on your responses to a set of scenario questions, details your personality type. It delves into your emotional side and explains how your brain works.

Nature

Getting back to nature does wonders for our mental health, our mood, and our sleep patterns. For many, being in the great outdoors allows us to feel more at one with the world around us. This taps into a spiritual side in going for a walk, hiking an unknown trail, or watching wildlife in their natural habitat. If you aren’t much of a nature fiend, think about heading outside and exploring the countryside around you. Being somewhere more rural allows you to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life. Crowds dissipate and you can enjoy breathing in cleaner air. For many people, nature allows them to remain calm and relinquish their anxieties. Many studies have proven that being outside regulates your circadian rhythm and lowers blood pressure. Tapping into your spiritual side can be good for your physical and mental well being.

Embrace your spiritual side and enjoy a more meaningful and fulfilling existence.

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Milo Senalle

Milo Senalle

Managing Editor at Chispa Magazine
As one of the managing editors of Chispa Magazine, Milo Senalle is the go-to man for all things technology, ethical, and financial concerns. Providing laughs with his style of writing and problem-solving techniques, Milo is a voice of reason among the girly staff at Chispa. Married with children, living in Atlanta, he works 24/7 on becoming a man of courage and believes honor begins at home.
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As one of the managing editors of Chispa Magazine, Milo Senalle is the go-to man for all things technology, ethical, and financial concerns. Providing laughs with his style of writing and problem-solving techniques, Milo is a voice of reason among the girly staff at Chispa. Married with children, living in Atlanta, he works 24/7 on becoming a man of courage and believes honor begins at home.