Who do you think your best spiritual companion might be? Are your spiritual ‘mates’ sharing your same level of understanding, or maybe they’re not? Where do you expect to find the best matches on your spiritual path?
There are a number of ways to discover what your best spiritual friends are — and what they’re not — and we’d love to share some of our favorite tips for finding spiritual friends.
1. Peace with your soul is spiritual. But are your soul’s peace and joy shared equally by all your spiritual ‘aments?’
You want to develop a relationship based in peace and joy, but is this too daunting for you? Perhaps it is intimidating for new or softer souls to ask the tough questions about their relationship. If you are questioning your soul to develop a true relationship, then share some quiet space to hear the soul’s peace and joy.
It may be best to focus on your friendship and respect for your soul’s choice. Share your questions, seek answers and judge your comfort levels. You are not alone — many great spiritual minds have visited the idea of soul friendship.
2. Soul friendship resonates with the heart.
When we meet someone who is looking for their soul companionship, they will be drawn to essentially renew acquaintances–to the extent that they are taken seriously enough to be considered as potential friends.
In a similar way, friends or soulmates resonate with you for the same reason. There is a familiarity and bond that you carry with them. Your souls are obviously very different — but in the deepest way, your similarities are what make you friends.
Respecting the beliefs and opinions of a friend is a good way to get the best from him or her. The best way to get through the tough times between you and your friend is to be yourself and establish a verbal relationship. However,phone friendship or remote meetings may work for some, but for others, face-to-face communication is more likely to work.
It doesn’t matter whether your friend is new or an old acquaintance; if you think you’ll end up spending time with a friend because of a shared characteristic, you may be very disappointed after the break-up. Here are some qualities that you should look for in your soul companion:
Good –self-respect, self-esteem, sincerity, ethics, rootedness.
Avoid –tethering relationships with destructive people, assuming other people’s’ lives are less serious than yours.
trustworthy –there should be a chemistry in the relationship that attracts others to you.
compassionate —treat others the same way you want to be treated.
balanced –tolerance of differing opinions, allowing others to make their own decisions.
Some people may try to control you in a relationship, because they feel you’ll be a threat to them. An astute person will recognize this fear and situation and will cultivate a deep inner respect for their spiritual relationship. Either way, you’ll be blessed by the qualities of a quality friend.
3. A dispel of the myths that follow other people around and about. The myths are as unique as the people themselves.
Other people are predisposed to being judgmental, or to having hidden agendas. These attitudes are part of the complicated truth here: other people’s rapidly changing attitudes are a function of their experiences. If our attitudes were predisposed from the beginning, could we have learned these establish?
Ripped through the experience of our parents, teachers, and other key personnel in our formative years, our attitudes have been put to the test. They have reacted, on balance, to the challenges from our parents and others. Those who have done the most growing up are the biggest and best-read generation on the planet; all-encompassing tightly woven fabric of life experiences.
As we reach the final stretch before this magnificent Sh congratulate, we look back and discover we really have no idea- Leadership.
Leadership is part of the skill set. Understanding something we don’t need yet isn’t. This doesn’t have to be complicated. Simple is best.
Leaders of all kinds — from football coaches to political leaders to tree appraisal near me — now realize that the skill set of leadership extends beyond the central mental task of motivation. Perceptions of quality leaders are based on skill set that also includes an innovative and intangible sense of creative leadership execution. intangible skill set is a complicated, multifaceted topic. Understanding some of the intangible qualities will make the upper reaches of leadership a little easier to spot, locating a qualified leader.
Leadership, although not difficult to identify, is also complicated to define. Understanding what makes up our leadership influences how we can evaluate the leaders in any given situation. Looking at leadership from this vantage point — not leaders themselves — will make the process of selecting, training, and choosing leaders much easier.