Most of us go through life without really taking the time to get to know ourselves. We are so busy with the demands of work, family, and social obligations that we rarely take a step back to reflect on who we are and what we want out of life. As a result, we can often feel disconnected from our true selves – feeling like we are just going through the motions day after day.
If you find yourself feeling disconnected from your inner soul, there are steps you can take to start reconnecting. First, make some time each day for reflection and introspection. This can be as simple as setting aside 10-15 minutes each morning or evening to sit quietly with your thoughts. during this time, focus on your breath and let your mind wander wherever it wants to go. Don’t try to force any particular thoughts or feelings – just let whatever comes up arise naturally.
Another helpful activity is keeping a journal. This gives you a space to express whatever is on your mind without judgement or censorship. Write about whatever comes up for you – no topic is off limits! Once you start regularly writing in your journal, you may be surprised at how much more in touch with yourself you become.
Finally, don’t be afraid to reach out.
Remember I am not my thoughts
I am not my thoughts. I am not the product of my thinking. I am something beyond thought.
I am the presence that is aware of thought. I am the space in which thoughts arise and pass away. I am the silent witness to all my thoughts and emotions.
I am not my body. I am not limited by my physical form. I am an infinite being, unlimited by time or space.
I am connected to all life, for we are all one in spirit. We are all expressions of the same divine source energy. We are all connected at a deep level, beyond words or description.
When I connect with my inner soul, I connect with this infinite intelligence that is within and around me always. This connection is always available to me, for it is who I really am. It is my true nature.
Distance from, and dis-identify with, your thoughts
It’s not uncommon to feel disconnected from your thoughts. After all, they’re just thoughts. They come and go, and sometimes they can be really hard to control. But if you find that you’re constantly struggling to understand or control your thoughts, it might be time to explore the idea of dis-identifying with them.
Dis-identifying with your thoughts means recognizing that they are not who you are. They are simply ideas or mental images that come and go in your mind. Just because you have a thought doesn’t mean it’s true, or that you have to act on it.
One way to start dis-identifying with your thoughts is to become aware of them without judgment. Notice when a thought pops into your head, but don’t get caught up in trying to analyze or understand it. Simply observe it and let it go.
You can also try labeling your thoughts as they occur. For example, if you notice yourself thinking “I’m so fat,” simply say to yourself “judgmental thought about my body.” This will help you recognizing that the thought is not necessarily true, and that it doesn’t need to control how you feel about yourself in the moment.
Over time, as you become more practiced at dis-identifying with your thoughts, you may find that they lose some of their power over you. You may still have negative or intrusive Thoughts occasionally pop into your head from time-to-time – but now instead of getting caught up in them,you can simply observe them and let them go .
Find your inner voice and state your truth before your higher self
Your inner voice is always talking to you, but are you listening? If you’re not sure how to tune in, start by quieting your mind and focusing on your breath. As you exhale, let go of any distractions or worries. Once you’ve cleared your mind, simply ask yourself a question and wait for an answer. It may come in the form of a thought, feeling, or impression.
If you’re struggling to hear your inner voice, there are a few things you can do to help it become clearer. First, make sure that you’re taking care of yourself physically. This means eating well, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly. When your body is healthy and balanced, it’s easier for your mind to be clear and focused. Second, practice meditation or some other form of stress relief on a daily basis. This will help quiet the chatter of the ego-mind so that you can focus on your higher self. Finally, be patient and don’t expect results overnight. It takes time to develop a strong connection with your inner voice-but it’s definitely worth the effort!
Wait as long as it takes. Let your soul guide you
There’s no set time frame for finding your inner soul. It could take days, weeks, months, or even years. The key is to be patient and let your soul guide you.
Your soul is the part of you that is eternal and ever-changing. It’s the part of you that knows who you really are, and it’s the part of you that knows your true purpose in life. Your soul is always there for you, waiting to be discovered.
The best way to connect with your inner soul is through meditation. Meditation allows you to quiet your mind and body so that you can focus on your breath and connect with your innermost thoughts and feelings. As you meditate, pay attention to any thoughts or feelings that arise. Don’t judge them or try to push them away. Just let them be and focus on your breath.
Over time, as you become more comfortable with meditation, it will become easier to connect with your inner soul. You may find yourself having profound insights about yourself or about life in general during meditation. These insights can help guide you on your journey towards self-discovery and fulfilment.