Spiritual inferiority? No thanks

by | Aug 16, 2020 | Pizza for the soul | 0 comments

I recently heard from a lady in my Psychic Playground Facebook group who I just wanted to jump through the computer screen and hug.
 
She felt inferior because she drank wine and ate meat and her (clearly more enlightened) friends said that she wasn’t spiritual enough.
 
As a wine drinking clairvoyant who secretly eats cheese on her pizza when her vegan partner isn’t looking, I uphold the rights of anyone to nourish themselves in any way that tickles their fancy, but it got me thinking.
 
This lovely lady was made to feel less than, unvalued, and questioning her membership to the Spiritual People’s club.
 
Is there such a club? Because if there is it doesn’t sound like much fun. I bet there’s no wine…
 
She felt awful, left out and judged.

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No spiritual people’s club

The Dalai Lama was once asked what the the everyday person do to be more spiritual, and while they may have expected to hear about long hours of cross legged meditation, mantras and deprivation, you know what he said?
 
Be kind.
 
That’s it.
 

Be kind

Spiritual people are kind. They are inclusive and friendly, and may or may not eat kale. Anything that gets you comparing your insides to someone else’s outsides is never going to make you feel happy. It’s not even being kind to yourself.
 
It’s like when you jump on the bathroom scales and say to yourself, “If only I could lose five kilos then I’d be,……….. ” fill in the dots. Happy, successful, not single, whatever it is.
 
You’re always fine, you’re always enough. It’s very easy to listen to other people’s ideas and judgments but at the end of the day you’re the only one that can judge, and if you’re like me you do the self judging just fine!
 

Spiritual inferiority 

If you have a spiritual inferiority complex ditch it right now, because I bet you are already kind. Want to get even more spiritual? Get even kinder.
 
Smile at the neighbours
Make eye contact in the street.
Give spare change to homeless people
Offer your seat to those in need.
 
Don’t let other people dictate the way your spiritual path unfolds because it’s yours, and it’s divine, and its’ going swimmingly.
 
Everyone’s gifts arrive at their own pace. It’s a delicate cocktail of the beautiful soul ability you came with and the snoozing potential yet to be awakened.
 
That’s why some people seem to pop out of nowhere with all these psychic tricks and leave us scratching our head. Chances are they’ve worked really hard in the background and the napping potential woke up.
 
Yours can too.
 
If you’re ready to work, I’d love to help you zoom ahead on your own spiritual path and be filled with confidence. We’ll even eat cake.

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