What is a Profound Life?
A profound life consists of several things. It is a life full of happiness, joy, awakening and enlightenment. Another aspect is having extraordinary relationships with others and with yourself. A profound life also includes vibrant health and nurturing a body that supports you, because a healthy body is critical to achieving your goals. The ability to manifest and fulfill our goals in life is also essential. These are the pillars of a profound, complete life and our soul elevates all of these aspects.
The soul has a difficult time expressing through our bodies because we live such busy, stressful lives. We live in a world that encourages us to look outside of ourselves for fulfillment. Things like movies and TV, good food, success at work, romance, and alcohol can offer a sense of fun and fulfillment. However, as Dayanand Das points out, cultivating an intimate relationship with your soul is infinitely more fulfilling and increases the quality of your life.
Connect With Your Soul for a Profound Life
The place to start to connect with your soul is with your awareness. When you want to be happy, what do you do? Ride a motorcycle, eat comfort food, drink alcohol – these are all things promoted by our culture and media. There’s nothing wrong with any of these, but what can happen is that you develop a dependency that requires you to do it more and more. In that process, you begin to lose your freedom.
Connecting with the soul cultivates a deep, internal joy that can expand your life span and lead to a meaningful life. To fully embody the soul requires taking time for quiet and stillness to settle into your true nature. When we do, the results are profound because the soul elevates everything in our lives.
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Connecting with Your Soul
Soul Meditation: How to Cultivate a Relationship with Your Soul
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Next Steps to Awaken Your Profound Life
The best way to connect with your soul and awaken your profound life is to learn to quiet your mind and go inward. The ancient technique taught in this course will teach you how to do just that. By the end of the first 25-minute lesson, you will be able to go into a meditative state virtually effortlessly.