Practicing without an agenda is a strategy that yields the best results. It bypasses our expectations and avoids the placebo effect in psychology that produces counterfeit results. Learn how to apply this principle to your spiritual practice.
The first spiritual tool is a journal. Journaling as a spiritual discipline is the foundation for many types of inner work, from interpreting dreams to exploring memories. We have some spiritual journaling ideas to help you get the most out of this tool.
Spiritual Exploration is the practice of processes for expanding awareness and opening the doors to other states of consciousness.