When You Fall Off Your Spiritual Path

When youíre on a spiritual path itís easy revert back to old patterns and destructive behavior. This video will offer you guidance on what to do when you fall off your spiritual path.


Kate S.
Kate S4 years ago


Genoveva M.
Genoveva M M4 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

Deborah W.
Deborah W4 years ago

Brush yourself off and get right back up. Much to do ... rethink, reevaluate, adjust, redo ... until you get it right (or are at least satisifed that you have).

Life lessons are a daily process, each day is new and allows do-overs. No guarantee how many you'll get, however, so get started OK?

Mary B.
Mary B4 years ago

Mieke B, Your head is stuffed full of religious and spiritual stereotypes, yet common sense should tell you that not ALL religious and spiritual people behave as you and other "I don't believe in anything supernatural" users of that very same script always repeat. By useing that as an excuse to shut out the intelligent energies of the 'supernatureal' you will miss incredable things.Religious are just human mind's attempts to explain what they've encountered. It doesn't mean it is at all accurate but people get attatched to viewpoints and fight over them.The Spiritual Impulse is a normal desire to understand what is beyond the human ego's ability to fully grasp, untill it reaches out past it's own mind loops. Even ethics and philosophy are limited and often based on flawed premises. We don't grow if we never reach out beyond the old trueths. But oh my! What a journey!

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen4 years ago

Thank you :)

Angela Ray
Angela Ray4 years ago

You can't fall off a spiritual path.

Carole R.
Carole R4 years ago

I consider myself more spiritual then religious.

GGma Sheila D.
Sheila D4 years ago

Seems I've been in the process of veering for quite some time having found organized Christianity too rigid and very untruthful, especially when it comes to many things in, or Not in, the Bible. Now I find myself looking - but not sure for what. People here are right, it's my journey. Thanks for the video but it just wasn't me.

Angela J.
Angela B4 years ago

My love of the earth and all that inhabits it is about as spiritual as I get :) When I have a lot on my mind or a heavy heart, I find walking through the forest or sitting by the stormy lake tends to give me perspective on the size of my problems in the grand scheme of things.

Cynthia B.
cynthia l4 years ago

Falling off sounds so final.. I do at times take a side path but find there was a lesson I needed there. So forgive yourself and look at it as just another lesson.
Myself I do not care for these videos I would rather read whatever insight is offered.
As to all commenting, everyone is right, it is your journey with no 'right' or 'wrong' your road to travel.Tthe straight and narrow will not necessarily make it any easier.