When it comes to reanimating the soul there are a lot of things that need to be taken into account. While we can feel soul loss, in general, it is without a doubt one of the worst things you can experience.
Sadly the world we live in today is full of soul loss and there isn’t much we can do about it. However, soul loss is something we can fix in ourselves. We must merely work to find the parts of our souls that have become hidden within our being.
I have learned a lot about soul loss in current times and out of everything what I found helps the most is using seemingly shamanic questions to find the root of loss. These questions are some that you should always be asking yourself in order to prevent and come back from soul loss. These questions are going to help you big time in life as they have many others including myself.
5 Shamanic Questions That Will Help You Find Yourself During Soul Loss:
1. When did you stop singing?
When did you lose your voice and where did it go? As children we all love to sing and play. When we stop singing along to the radio perfect voice or not part of ourselves hides away.
2. When did you stop searching?
When did you settle? Why did you stop searching for where you were meant to be and who you were meant to be? When did you let this world define you? That is where you lost yourself.
3. When did you stop finding comfort in silence?
Silence is not something to be afraid of or to be upset in. It is a place where you should find peace. You see, our ego often forces us to confuse silence for what it truly is. Silence is not something that forces us to reflect on bad things, it is a place in which you should look forward to the future and relax knowing you are headed where you need to go.
“Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation.”-Rumi
4. How has this world changed you?
Who were you before this world told you who you were supposed to be? Have you let the world change you in a bad way? Are you losing yourself to the definition of who you should be as defined by someone other than you?
5. When did you stop dancing?
Sure, not everyone is a dancer but we all spend a little time dancing alone in our rooms. Don’t try to say you never have because regardless of your gender or where you come from you should be able to recall at least a handful of instances. When we stop doing this it is because we have changed on the inside. We don’t accept life in the way that we used to. When we finally stop doing this it is because the world has made us a little colder, we don’t enjoy the small things anymore.
Once you have determined all the answers behind this you can figure out where you need to go from here and find yourself in the process. Just find all the parts of yourself that are hidden through figuring out what made them go into hiding. You can learn more on this subject by checking out the video below.
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