Healing spiritually



A decade of therapy helped me but did not stop the demon from doing damage. My spiritual healing offers me hope, calming what therapy could not.

The online kundalini group is doing a 40-day meditation on positivity (love).

Ten minutes of breath work: Inhaling for five seconds, a short pause, exhaling for five seconds followed by a 15 second pause, then repeat.

Thoughts subside with intense focus on the breath like this.

Next, we chant for ten minutes. Chanting is new for me.

We rarely chanted at the zen center, silence was cherished.

We finish with ten minutes of deep breathing.

Instructions are to think of ourselves in the most positive, healthy, and happy way.

This is a task for us. No negativity, no gossiping all day.

I am working on opening my heart and trying to heal more spiritually.

Our job is to continually find new ways to improve, then take action.

The act of trying, and never giving up sustains us during the rough times.

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by rudid96 on September 19, 2022 at 7:21 pm

    Very good of you to post the instructions for the meditation. It’s something that anyone can do; thinking of oneself in a positive light takes practice. I know. In the past, I could not repeat the words “May you be well…etc.” It felt so foreign.
    This post is a small stone of grounding in the positive.
    I welcome it.

  2. Spiritual scares some
    Bores others

    Being positive all day means changing all those intrusive thoughts

    It’s tiring

  3. Posted by rudid96 on September 19, 2022 at 9:49 pm

    Living with C-PTSD is annihilating. Being committed to learning life differently is exhausting. But, at the very least, on the days I’ve done good, and won the micro battle, I can climb into bed with happier exhaustion.

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