The Simply Spiritual Living blog is a resource for all of us to live more consciously in Soul awareness and learn about what this means for each of us in our day-to-day lives.
When you use simple tools to focus on spirituality, you can bring more awareness of the divine into your daily life. You may find yourself experiencing more loving, more peace, more joy. You may live more in the present and be grateful for what’s here and now. You may notice yourself accepting and cooperating with what is and connecting with your heart.
This page is a resource for you to learn about ways to bring practical spirituality into your day, moment by moment, and to share your wins and stories on how you do that.
The “Simply Spiritual Living” Blog page is sponsored by the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA). MSIA teaches Soul Transcendence, which is becoming aware of yourself as a Soul and as one with God, not as a theory but as a living reality. If you’d like to learn more about what MSIA has to offer, please visit our website at www.msia.org .
We find that these three guidelines help us live in greater awareness of Spirit, simply and practically:
1 – Take care of yourself so you can help take care of others.
2 – Don’t hurt yourself and don’t hurt others.
3 – Use everything for your upliftment, learning and growth.
Periodically, we’ll be posting tools, techniques and other resources based on these simple guidelines. You’ll also see tabs on this page on topics that may be of particular interest to you, such as spiritual e-quotes or meditation. Consider checking them out, and observe how they work for you!
As an additional resource, please visit our Simply Spiritual Living page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SimplySpiritualLiving . It’s another wonderful way to share with others regarding practical spirituality and to learn more about ways to help you on your way.
Welcome to “Simply Spiritual Living”. We hope this page is a resource for all of us to live more consciously in Soul awareness and learn about what this means for each of us in our day-to-day lives.
Baruch Bashan, which means “The Blessings Already Are”.