Tools for your Journey into Consciousness – Part 4

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If you have knowledge, let others light their candles at it.  ~ Margaret Fuller

Through our life experiences, we are each gathering wisdom and tools for our spiritual tool belt to assist us, as well as others, on this journey. Have the courage to share the knowledge you have attained with others.

Journey into Consciousness Copyright 2013 Starfield Press/Shelly WilsonJourney into Consciousness may revolve around my story, but within each one of us is a story that is being written each and every day. We are constantly writing the story of our lives based on choices – whether we make these choices ourselves or they are made for us. The directions those choices take us form the foundation for our learning, spiritual growth, and even our happiness. As we become more aware and mindful of our own personal power, we are better able to make conscious choices, and give ourselves permission to take control of our destiny instead of leaving it up to fate.

In this series of articles for Light Workers World, I will be offering tools for your spiritual tool belt. These are tools and wisdom that have helped me the most on my own personal journey into consciousness. I believe spirituality is a way of life rather than simply a practice, and the tools I have provided are straightforward, uncomplicated, and therefore, easily incorporated into our daily lives.

Tool #7
Center Your Energy
As energetic beings, it is important to ground, center and protect your energy.
Centering involves finding that calm spot deep inside yourself that is eternal being-ness. I like to visualize a white ball of light at my core in the stomach area. Take a few deep breaths and bring awareness inward to the central essence – that place that is peaceful and serene no matter what the external circumstance.

Tool #8

Clear and Balance Chakras
Clearing and balancing your chakras (energy centers) is an easy task to accomplish. Doing so clears the energetic clutter, so to speak, and revitalizes your energy. As you become more adept at visualizing the chakras and their associated colors, you can do this very quickly. Begin with the red Root Chakra, move upwards to the orange Sacral Chakra, up to the yellow Solar Plexus Chakra, then to the green Heart chakra. Continuing upwards to the blue Throat Chakra, up to the indigo Third Eye Chakra and finally at the white Crown Chakra; each of these chakras are their respective vibrant color, cleared and balanced.

Stay tuned for upcoming articles offering you additional tools and wisdom for your spiritual tool belt.

Journey into Consciousness: One Woman’s Story of Spiritual Awakening with Tools to Assist You on Your Journey is available as an eBook and in paperback.

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Shelly WilsonLightWorkers World Author Shelly Wilson (12 Posts)

Intuitive Medium, Reiki Master and Spiritual Teacher Shelly Wilson would love to assist you on your spiritual journey. With respect, truth, integrity and love, Shelly honors your free will and recognizes that you are co-creating your reality with the Universe. She offers private readings, intuitive coaching, Reiki sessions, and teaches workshops. Shelly's books, 28 Days to a New YOU, Connect to the YOU Within and Journey into Consciousness, are now available in paperback and all electronic formats. Her courses, Stop Existing and Start Living! and Opening Your Heart to Love are available through the DailyOM. In addition, she is the host of The Shelly Wilson Show on Blog Talk Radio, which airs live each Wednesday at 2:00 pm CST.

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