PBP2012: “E”- Evolving Our Practice

I’ll be the first to admit that I have spiritual ADD.  I find myself floating between books, practices, rituals, and communities.  For me, this has been a good thing.  Each time we dip our toes in something new we create ripples in our path work.  We develop new ideas and concepts, and we might not take on everything that we encounter, but we may pick up new tools that will help us to evolve our practice.  Sometimes you have to shake the snow globe to remember how pretty it is. Of course, I’m not saying that you have to dive into every puddle that comes your way, but we do not want to get stagnant in our practice.  New life and breath is always a good thing.  I am a professional psychic/medium.  My method of connection is primarily entering into sacred space and enter into the person’s energy.  I love what I do, but even in that space I am learning to use other divination methods to evolve my connection the energy.  One tool that I have used to evolve my psychic work is tarot.  I have found that through working with the symbology present in the cards that my clairvoyance is getting stronger.  This will allow me to be of greater service to my clients, but in my own personal practice.

Taking on aspects of another practice also allows us to see where others are in their beliefs, Buddhist meditation can help us connect to a deeper aspect of self and an understanding of moving through suffering.  Connecting to Pagan/Wiccan path can teach us how to connect to the seasons, the earth, and to change.  The Hindu practice of yoga can teach us how to flow through life and how to connect to the breath.

Take a look at your practice and ask where you might want to add some new spices.  Even just looking at your practice and asking where you might want to expand or grow will allow you deeper connection into your craft.


Mahayogi Das CFT CSN MAT PAT



4 thoughts on “PBP2012: “E”- Evolving Our Practice

  1. Spiritual ADD, you know I have often wondered about that in regards to myself! I’m Eclectic and have no structure what so ever. I love how you say that by taking different aspects of other paths helps us to better understand other beliefs, the spiritual benefits of those practices. I believe in that in doing so, it helps us to grow 🙂 Great post!

    • Thank you so much! Yeah, I tend to be all over the place with my practice, but I find that I rarely get bored with my spirituality. I love it fully and its beautiful to add in a little extra spice to the soup sometimes 🙂

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