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[Blog] The end of my dependence on spirituality and my current thoughts (I stopped depending on spirituality)

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I'll start with the conclusion.

I'm a spiritual thinker.I believe in myself.This means that.

It's not about being self-important.

I've stopped relying on cards, sessions, fortune telling (I enjoy fortune telling for entertainment).

This just means I think that way, but I don't deny them.

To those who like them, all I can think is, "You like them, I don't.

As a result, I feel like I'm a little less dependent now, and I have more faith in myself than before.

I'm pretty pragmatic, and I'm not a fan of the idea of "let's pray" or "let's be thankful" in the dark. I'm also not a fan of special consciousness, elected officials, or anything that stinks (sorry).

I would like to talk about why we have come to this idea at this point in time and in light of the past.

Oh, it's called the end result, but it's what I call the result. Like, I'm going to talk about how I got into spi in the past, how I felt as a result, and how I feel now.

I know that there are many times in the spiritual community when what we believed in is actually different from what we actually are. I was shocked at times, but I am glad that I came to this place, including that.

Perhaps there are a few points that can be shared by those who are fully into the spi? I think so.

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By the way, please note that this is a bit long.

Here are my thoughts at this point - instead of saying something is "this is wrong!" I'm not saying it's wrong, I'm just saying it's not! I'm just saying.

Spiritual itinerary. Me in the past (a woman who is into spirituality) and the end of my life.

I would like to start by telling you about my (a woman who is into spirituality) past.

I had always liked such "stories of the invisible world. When I think about it, I used to visit shrines every year, and I also liked shrines.

I don't want to write about it because it would be too scary to leave it in writing, but I had some mysterious experiences, and I think it is unreasonable to conclude that "there are no 100% invisible entities.

Some people might dismiss it as "just a coincidence, right?" I guess that's just a coincidence. And I wasn't good at ghosts either.

I think that "spi" is also a genre of "stories of the invisible world".

I think I first fell in love with him when I was in college or something like that.

Then I became a member of society and became a conscious girl who was rubbed up against the rough and tumble of society and expanded her friendships, and anyway, I was busy every day? I was busy every day.

I was busy with my daily work. I was living the life of a working adult.

Living such a life, there was no space in my heart and head, and I began to think only in surrealistic terms.

Then one day, a turning point in his life occurs.

My health, my personal life, and my work life have all taken a turn for the worst.A situation that has to be reset (or it will destroy me).The company fell into a

Then I returned to my parents' house and restarted various things. At this time, I was grubbing away at the work I wanted to do at the time. Fortunately, I didn't have to worry about money (like rent), so I was able to just go ahead with what I wanted to do.

And gradually my health improved. Well.working on a day offas (a group, etc.)Stress cheeks., ,Labor that makes you want to cryI'm sure you'll feel better once you're free of those things.

I didn't want to get involved in a black company, but I ended up getting myself involved in such a place and forced myself to end my career. All by my own will. Huh.

Then I moved out of my parents' house and was enjoying a stable life at work and in my personal life, when something unsettling happened at work again, and I found myself thinking negatively every day, "What's wrong with me?

At that time, a woman I met on the Internet told me about a spi-related video. (I won't mention her name, but she was a well-known woman in the spi-related world.)

I got hooked on that video and read the related book. (Amis is famous, right?)

I often hear that one of the characteristics of people who get into spirituality is that they do so after having hit rock bottom in life.

I often hear that people whose abilities blossom also go through rock bottom. I am just hooked, but I have no abilities.

But why do people get into spi from the bottom of life? I honestly don't know here.

And in the process, I watched a lot of videos of various spies. I watched a lot.

And then I had sessions, and I naturally began to learn the terminology of this area (so-called "spiritual terminology"). Starseed, reincarnation, three-dimensional? Fifth dimension? Various.

So, I learned a lot of information and here we are.

That much money? I didn't put that much money into it.

At most about 30,000 sessions, some 10,000 sessions, and maybe 20 books for around $2,000 each? I think that's about it. The rest is mainly YouTube videos.

Oh, yeah.Bashar's Beginnings?I still think the idea of "this moment" is an important idea. (I don't have any particular feelings about Bashar itself.)

In terms of total time, it would be about 4 years since I got into spi.

Spiritual itinerancy. Me Now

So, about me now, about four years later.

Now that I think about it, I've been into spirituality for about two years now. I think I've been into spirituality for about two years now, and I've had a feeling that I've had enough of it. It's pointless, isn't it? I think I was thinking that "spirituality is meaningless".

As I said in my conclusion at the beginning, I'm not taking anyone's sessions anymore.Fortune-telling is entertainment, 500 yen.I also watch my favorite YouTube videos.

I may or may not buy two books a year.

Rather than fishing for various people's ideas and making them my own, I try to look at those that make sense, that are realistic and do not make me dependent on them.

Oh, yes, when I was really into spi, I also liked waves and frequencies, and I bought power stones ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I have given them away now, and I don't do feng shui anymore.

It makes it easier to clean up, and it's annoying to hold things.I do a lot of decluttering, I do a lot of reducing things.But this is not about feng shui consciousness. It's about my mood.

We try not to buy things that we are careful to throw away or hesitate to throw away in the first place.

I believe in things I can't see, so I am hesitant to throw away anything that has a divine meaning, right? So, I don't buy a kamidana or anything like that.

Not because I think it's good or bad, but because I don't think I need it in my life.

I used to avoid meat because I heard that it lowers the vibrations, but now, I eat meat normally, too. w 

However, my stomach no longer accepts beef bowls from a beef bowl restaurant. I am not sure what makes me so happy or sad.

I eat a lot of chicken. I don't eat pork because it doesn't suit my constitution and I had diarrhea when I ate a large portion of pork a while ago (I don't think I will be able to endure that extreme pain in the future).

I eat chicken and I also eat retort curries that would have beef in them, so the idea that meat lowers vibrations is not something I believe in right now.

(Again, I'm not denying it outright. Just that it's an idea I don't want in my life.)

In fact, even if you don't eat meat, I think the vibrations will still be heavy when they are heavy.

Besides, the impression that being too particular about food makes you sick is deeply rooted in my mind.

Here.something wrongThis is the part that goes along with the "I'm not sure I'm really happy," because the more obsessive people are, the more they seem to wonder if they're really happy.

Do you really think people who don't eat meat have high vibrations? Because I don't think all of them are.

I don't depend on anyone. The only person you rely on is yourself.

No one will believe it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!It doesn't mean that we don't depend on them.

In fact, I still watch spi videos.

I was pretty dependent on it.

What I mean is, when I was in trouble, I could turn to that man! I strongly believed that.

When I thought about it, I wondered why I was looking so much to others for answers when it was about my life and my work.

I couldn't give my own answers. I wanted someone with spiritual abilities to tell me, "If you do this, your life will be better. I had given up thinking for myself.

I don't know if that's a bad thing or not, and I'm not trying to tell you not to rely on others.

But I felt I was too dependent on them.

And now, there are times when I think to myself, "I'm doing pretty well.

It's not that some miracle happened or anything like that, but I'm seeing more and more patterns of people being able to do things they thought they couldn't do. It's a very real thing.

Other "Oh!" (Oh, these are super trivial things, too...) I started to feel more confident about myself.

This is quite a pleasant thing from a position of low self-esteem.

And in the past, I used to visit shrines. I thought in my head that it was to "give thanks for the day."In the end, we were relying on them.I was thinking that I wanted to do something about it.

So I stopped doing that too.

I believe that I can make my life what I want it to be, and that everything is my responsibility, for better or worse.

By the way, I don't like people who say they are connected to God.

Maybe the person thinks he/she is connected to God, but from our point of view, there is no way to confirm that it is God, because I don't think so.

I don't deny that.

We all believe what we want to believe, don't believe what we don't want to believe, choose what we like and don't choose what we don't like, that's all.

Thanks to my past addiction to spi, I believe in myself now.

As I have often mentioned, I have looked at various books, YouTube and

And have you changed your life by buying various goods, such as the sessions we have discussed? Or not? and then look down on how I feel as much as possible.

As a result, I thought, oh, I just have to believe in myself.

There are a lot of small stories about Spi that I can't write here. But that's for another time. (Is there a demand for it?)

Well - really, I was relying on them anyway.

I looked at people with psychic abilities as if they were special. I think I assumed that if I relied on them, my life would turn around, even though having or not having psychic abilities is just a matter of personality, and some people are good at it and some are not.

It was as if I had left my life entirely in his hands.

I mean, they don't like it when people are so dependent on them... (It's hard to deal with people who are so dependent. (It's hard to deal with people who are so dependent on you. It's scary.)

So, now you think, "I can do it, I can do it," which means that you might think that you wasted your time or money on the past, but it is not true.

Because, again, it was that experience that brought us to where we are today. I feel like I'm kind of a sore loser, but I'm rather serious about it.

I learned about Youtube, which I am referring to now, when I was scouring those spi areas.

I don't have any more sessions or anything to discuss, but I'm grateful for all the people I've met so far. Seriously, I cried so hard every time. w

I have had a difficult experience with my parents, and we had talked about it. (I'm thinking of writing a separate article on this as well, but is there demand for it?)

At the time, I was grateful that they listened to me, and some of them made me aware. At the same time, though, there were some who felt uncomfortable.

I'm just saying that's how it was for me, and I don't intend to spread the word. I'm just going to leave it on my blog.

Finally.

Twists and turns to get to the current idea? It has only been about four years, but I have experienced many things.

There were some subtle experiences, and there were times when I felt self-loathing that I was so dependent, but I'm grateful for the reminder to pull it all together.No, really.

I'm not sure if I'd say I'm still 100% dependent, but still, when I'm in trouble, I'll call that guy! Let's have a session! I no longer think "I'll call that person when I'm in trouble! I choose what I like, both in terms of things and ingredients.

And I disregard whether there is a spiritual element to it or not. Because what I want to do is the most important thing. I don't know much about karma either. I want to cherish the present moment.

For all things spiritual, those who want to believe can believe, and those who don't want to believe can not believe, and they can choose whether they like it or not.

There are so many things in this world that are as if they are unknowable, so I wouldn't (and can't) make a statement that folds up and says, "This is the way it is.

I will continue to be exposed to all kinds of information, but I am going to spend my time with "Don't worry, I believe in myself.

Well, the habits of thought that were instilled in me from a very stiff childhood? are getting in the way, though. ・・・・w

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