The truth is that we’re all moving in the same direction, despite the fact that some people learn and develop spiritually much more quickly than others. We’re all going home, whether we’re jogging, strolling, stumbling, or running marathons through life.
What Qualifies as Highly Spirituality?
Today, I want to share with you 10 things that begin to occur as you develop spiritually. These things will bring a great deal of peace and tranquilly into your life and heart, making you more humbling, kind, and loving.
10 Signs that You Are a Spiritual Person
You are fearless.
The first indicator of a spiritual person is fearlessness. When you have fear or chronic worry, it takes over your life and prevents you from being in the present moment. Fear of public speaking, fear of heights, and fear of bugs are the three most common fears among Americans. However, many people are deeply afraid of death, rejection, loneliness, failure, illness, or making the wrong decisions. Spiritual individuals understand how to yield to things over which they have no control. In this way, they are similar to children in that they know how to ignore their minds and live fearlessly.
You see things exactly as they are.
Seeing things as they truly are, without illusions, liberates you. Expectations, preconceptions, hatred, resentment, intense desire, or connection to things and people do not impede spiritual people. They recognise the nature of impermanence, including their own, because everything and everyone around them is in perpetual flux.
You do not criticise or gossip about others.
Speaking ill of or spreading rumours about people does not give comfort or security to a spiritual person. Speaking poorly of others is not a sign of a healthy mentality. Spiritual people keep to themselves, concentrate on their own journey, and accept others for who they are. By refraining from criticising or passing judgement on other individuals, they respect their life experiences. When spiritual individuals are unable to compliment another person, they choose to remain silent. By withdrawing or not participating, they halt unproductive dialogues in their tracks.
You possess the appropriate knowledge.
You are interested in learning the proper knowledge in addition to enjoying learning new things. It’s not the same as having information to know the appropriate things. Gaining a lot of knowledge won’t always advance your spiritual development. However, the key to becoming a person of value and enhancing your spirituality is having the proper understanding about the things that aid you on your path to self-realization.
You have compassion and love.
You can have a clear mind and healthy energy by having a loving, caring attitude toward all living creatures. Consider some of history’s greatest philosophers and spiritual figures: Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King, Jesus, Buddha, Rumi, Lao Tze, Muhammad, Albert Einstein, Mata Amritanandamayi, the Dalai Lama, and Jaggi Vasudev.
You believe in the immortality of the soul.
When you realise that the soul is everlasting and that bodily death is merely a transition, you gain a clear knowledge of the purpose of human existence as a higher consciousness.
You practise meditation.
Meditation provides access to your mind and soul. It allows you to reconnect with your true self, outside of traditions, laws, culture, and language. The mind is infinite: we have no idea where it begins or ends. Our brain generates approximately 60,000 thoughts every day, or between 35 and 48 thoughts per minute. Meditation frees your mind and soul from the shackles of uncontrolled thought, especially when it is hindering your journey to happiness and enlightenment. A spiritual person knows how to quiet the mind, even if only for a few minutes or hours. Every second counts.
You believe your life has meaning.
Being on the path of true spirituality requires a lifetime of self-discovery and self-realization. Spiritual folks have done their homework and understand how to connect to the source energy that pervades all of their thoughts, behaviours, and emotions. They either know what their life purpose is or are in the process of discovering it. They are living their mission because they believe in themselves and what they want out of life. Spiritual people often live lives of service to others, so realising their life purpose.
You look after your physical and mental health.
Your body serves as a temple. Spiritual people comprehend this concept and take care of their health by watching what they eat, drink, and put into their bodies. They exercise not to appear attractive by today’s conventional standards of physical beauty, but to be strong and pure on the inside and out. Being in shape, lean, and muscular is a benefit of hard work. Spiritual people are mentally healthy as well. They are as careful about what they put in their bodies as they are about what they put in their minds. These people are extremely picky about what they see and hear (including social media, television, radio, and other forms of mass media), what they think about, and what they read. They understand their limits and the healthy behaviours that can lead them deeper into the spiritual path. They make good use of their time.
You are at peace within yourself.
Spiritual persons are at peace with themselves and with others for the reasons stated above. They have no expectations and rely on nothing or anyone else for happiness and fulfilment. Their joy comes from within, which is the only authentic source of tranquilly and self-realization.