4 Things Your Soul Wants You To Learn

From Higher Perspective, August 24, 2015

Our souls are little, near-constantly chattering things. But we don’t often listen to them. We get caught up in our lives and simply don’t hear our souls and the messages they have to offer from previous lives. If anything, these are four big things your soul wishes you knew.

1. You’re fine.

Seriously. Your soul watches you lurch through life always wondering, always doubting yourself, and feeling so insecure so often. But your soul knows that in the long run, societal pressures and insecurities don’t matter much. You’re fine. You can always look to develop yourself, and your soul would be delighted by that! But you do it on your terms.

2. You’re meant to feel deeply.

Your soul wants you to know that there’s nothing good that will come out of brushing aside your experiences and ignoring your feelings. You were meant to feel deeply – and that means everything. So feel all your feelings.

3. You’re here to experience life.

That’s the very definition of being alive. We’re supposed to go on adventures, to go travel, to fall in love, to have families, or to not have families if that’s what we prefer. But we’re intended to live our lives the way we want to and to the absolute fullest.

4. Your soul wants you to do your best.

If you do your best, you’ll be surprised at all the things you end up accomplishing. And if you come up short, how can anyone beat you up for it? How can you hold it against yourself? You did your best, and that’s all any reasonable person, including your soul, could expect of you.

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