Whether you are newly starting off on your path of spirituality or a much seasoned traveler, Danielle Laporte’s book White Hot Truth: Clarity for keeping it real on your spiritual path – from one seeker to another, is chockfull of wisdom that will resonate with you no matter where you are on your own personal journey.
One of my favorite messages from the book is:
“Be your kind of devotee, your kind of Light chaser.”
I love this quote, because it serves as a reminder that we are all going through this human experience on our own unique path, and our spirituality should reflect that. What works well for one individual is completely different from what another person needs or is searching for. No matter how many people tell you that yoga changed their life, it just might not be the practice that is right for you (full disclosure – I find yoga completely aggravating and have come to terms with the fact that I will never experience the grounded and centered bliss its devotees rave about). That simply means you need to find the practice that works for you. I personally love to practice spirituality privately in my home, while others may crave the community of an organized gathering. Location is not so important, what is important is that you do what is right for you so you can continue to grow and learn for as long as you call earth your “home”.