As I sat here this morning and attempted to think of a topic to write on for the final day of March, I realized I hadn’t done a posting yet of my spiritual questions for you to ponder this month. So here goes nothing and better late than never I say. And hopefully each of you will take the time to answer them just like I did at the bottom of today’s entry.
- What has been your greatest test of patience in life so far?
- Where do you hope your life is five years from now?
- If you could teleport to just one place whenever you wanted, where would it be to?
- What is the strangest spiritual experience you’ve ever had so far in life?
- What do you usually do to comfort yourself when you’re hurting really bad inside?
- Name one form of holistic healing you’ve tried in life that worked great for you?
- If you were to write a story about your life, what would be its title and theme?
- Name one unhealthy habit you’d most like to change about yourself right now?
- Describe yourself in just three words?
- What memory in life brings you the most joy anytime you think about it?
And as always, one more question for good measure…
- What do you most like to do on your birthday?
Here are my answers:
- Going through the healing process I’ve been going through the past five years.
- Feeling truly happy from within on a regular basis no matter what I’m doing.
- A secluded beach in the Caribbean with fine white sand, crystal-clear water and a coral reef nearby to snorkel in.
- When meditating once long ago, I somehow left my body and was staring down at myself from the ceiling.
- Talk to my Higher Power.
- EFT Tapping Therapy.
- “I Am Kicking Hard Enough Mom!” – A story about how I learned to love myself unconditionally.
- Beating myself up when I think I’m not living up to my spiritual potential.
- Introspective, Compassionate, Motivational.
- Thoughts of my annual family vacation to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina when I was a kid.
- Dining out with someone close to my heart and finishing it with a piece of flourless chocolate cake.
Peace, love, light, and joy,
Andrew Arthur Dawson