Are You On The Verge Of A Spiritual Breakthrough? 5 Things That May Be Hindering Your Transformation

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You might be hindering your own spiritual transformation. Luckily, you can still arrive at a breakthrough, but you need to be aware of what's stopping your growth first.

I'm happily in the logistical stages of planning a transformative spiritual retreat.

There will be plenty of sweet unplanned miracles happening every day. The guests will show up, share their magic, and each of us will experience a cascade of self-love and transformation.

Every person attending is experiencing a significant personal and spiritual transformation.

Changing your awareness and raising your vibrational frequency is much easier than many believe. You need almost nothing for it. It can happen in a flash and, all of a sudden, your world is different.

Regardless of what stage of enlightenment you're enjoying right now, you continue to evolve. And every modification brings more joy and love!

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Are you on the brink of a breakthrough of a significant spiritual transformation? Here are the 5 signs to look for.

1. Some major part of your inner and outer world has changed.

Often, this occurs when you step out of a cycle or pattern.

For example, you might be experiencing changes in one of your major relationships. This shift allows new possibilities into your thinking. It also brings some type of needed healing after a cycle or pattern is broken.

2. Some part of you believes in the possibility of enlightenment.

There's a part of you responding to the deep love of the universe.

3. Part of you is curious about the other side of the veil.

You're interested in the possibilities of life after death, angels, or even the connection between spirituality and science.

4. Some part of you wants to release the need to control everything in your life.

Letting go allows something beautiful into your awareness.

You are beginning to surrender to universal love and guidance.

5. You have a memory or awareness of a calming within you.

This sanctuary will continue to grow inside you until you are surrounded by an energy that supports your true nature.

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Now that you know what signs to look for, what's hindering your spiritual transformation? Here are the 5 things to watch out for.

1. You're focusing on other people.

Is your lifestyle one that focuses on other people and their drama? Stop. This blocks you from connecting to your purpose.

Your true purpose is often revealed in your transformation.

2. You refuse to slow down.

Finding excuses for why you can’t slow down or make time for your wellness doesn’t support personal transformation.

3. You compare yourself to others.

If you're often comparing yourself to others or judging yourself for not being like others, you prevent yourself from seeing your connection to all that is.

4. You want to control everything.

Attempting to control everything in your life is a waste of effort and doesn’t support personal transformation.

5. You don't welcome change.

Staying in a lifestyle that's averse to change doesn’t welcome transformation.

If you're reading this, chances are good that you're experiencing a spiritual transformation.

Having fresh, organic food and clean air and water are important parts of self-care but are not needed for your personal transformation.

In fact, often a person’s food choices and lifestyle change after they begin to shift their awareness.

No excuses or bad habits can stop a divinely intervened spiritual transformation. However, it's easier and very exciting if you commit to your awakening.

The way will appear if you welcome it.

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Polly Wirum is an intuitive, life coach, and writer. She helps people connect to the energy of peace via intuitive reading, life coaching, or live channeling sessions. For more information, visit her website.

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