Wisdom from Matt Fraser

Spirituality is the most important and fundamental aspect of living that improves all areas of someone’s life.

Focusing on developing your spirituality allows you to be the best person you can be and opens up your senses to a whole new world. Spirituality allows you to listen to your inner voice and feelings as well as connecting with your angels and loved ones through prayer and meditation to help you feel loved, comforted, and to help guide you through uncertain times.

Your inner voice, commonly known as your intuition, is constantly at work giving you feelings and notions that can lead you to a more positive and fulfilling life. These intuitive feelings can come as an upset stomach when warning you about a situation, or can come as sudden rush of energy telling you to “go for it!”

Intuition allows you to feel a situation on a deeper level so that you can receive information on whether it will benefit you or not. It can also be recognized as inner knowledge of positive opportunities coming into your life before they happen.

Refined intuition enables you to feel the presence of those you love in spirit around you. It will bring the comfort and reassurance of “just knowing” that your loved one who has passed is there by your side….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Matt is a psychic medium and author of The Secrets to Unlocking Your Psychic Ability.

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27 comments

Stanley R.
Stanley R.3 years ago

The egocentric nature of the dualistic mind makes the carnal desires of mortal man subject to the perceived reality of his external framework of existence. The amnesic block of previous earth journeys conceals the true purpose of our earthly goal viz spiritual development. .

Michael Maday
Michael Maday3 years ago

Wisdom? One's intuition is not always the same as the "inner voice." Sometimes we get hunches to do things that are destructive or addictive and we need to discern those directions from the one that is truly for the greater good of all. Articles like this are too simplistic and probably do more harm than good because while they have a good heart, they make it sound too easy.

Phillip Ferrell
Phillip Ferrell3 years ago

Thank you.

aj E.
aj E.3 years ago

thanks.

Wim Zunnebeld
Wim Zunnebeld3 years ago

Noted, thx for the info

Wim Zunnebeld
Wim Zunnebeld3 years ago

Noted, thx for the info

andrew h.
- -.3 years ago

thanks:

"Remember also that you always need the inspiration of better company to keep yourself constantly improving. Your outward good company is of paramount importance, as it influences your will and reason which, by repetitions of thought and action, form good habits.

Resolve firmly to “try and try again.”
Spiritual progress is achieved above all by desiring it intensely. Know that you are growing spiritually when your entire consciousness, no matter what your faults, is turned to God.

All of us are part of God; we belong to Him, and He, to us. Eventually, we must all go back to Him. If you resolve firmly to “try and try again,” God Himself and His angels will come to your aid. Given sufficient time, and renewed courage on your part, you cannot fail to make steady, ongoing spiritual progress."

http://www.anandaclaritymagazine.com/2012/09/yogananda-yoga-meditation-god/

Joy Wong
Joy Wong3 years ago

Noted, thanks

Robert O.
Robert O.3 years ago

Thank you!

Sue H.
Sue H.3 years ago

Thanks for sharing.