10 Spiritual Things You Should Never Apologize For
As a “spiritual” warrior helping to wake up the planet (with loving thunderbolts of consciousness that you are fierce enough to hold in your heart) you need to learn some vital soul-growing skills in order to survive.
Following my wildly popular article called 10 Things You Should Never Apologise for For…Ever (nearly 50k likes!!) I wanted to expand upon the content and add a few more things but in a more ‘spiritual’ context.
The art of apologizing is an extremely soul expanding and humbling thing to do. However, there are times in your life when you feel the need to say sorry for the silliest things that you don’t need to feel self conscious about when it comes to nurturing your soul.
It is my belief that you should never have to explain yourself or get defensive about the following items. Next time you feel the need to be apologetic, make sure that you feel empowered to stay true to your core spiritual practices.
Here are 10 Spiritual Things You Should Never Apologise For…
1. Your beliefs
You should never say sorry for what you believe in. Your beliefs are uniquely yours, and as long as they don’t cause harm to another human being you are perfectly entitled to believe in whatever you feel serves your soul in the highest way possible.
Hint: Just don’t push your beliefs on others if you know they’re not into it. That’s one of the fastest ways to piss people off.
2. Your intuition
You should never say sorry for the way your intuition shows up in your life. It’s a gift!
When you have a really strong gut feeling about something and feel driven to follow your intuition, make sure you honor the process.
Hint: Intuition is like a muscle. The more you strengthen it with trust, the more it will show up to serve you when you need it to.
3. How much money you earn
You should never apologize for how much (or little) abundance shows up in your life. Your levels of prosperity are none of anyone else’s business.
Hint: You are perfectly allowed to be spiritual and rich. You are also perfectly allowed to be spiritual and living a life without struggle.
4. What you want to manifest
If you want to manifest a Ferrari, a hot new pair of shoes or a new crystal for your collection there is no need to apologize. No matter what desires you hold close to your heart, there is no need to say sorry for what you want to manifest.
Hint: Everything is “spiritual” as it’s part of the invitation from the Divine to expand and fully live in the physical reality we consciously choose to occupy.
5. How you connect to the Divine within
You should never apologize for how you choose to worship and connect with Infinite Spirit. Prayer, meditation, yoga, being in nature and all of the other ways are all yours to express in any way you wish.
Hint: Your sacred spiritual practice is your own business.
6. Union with your beloved
It doesn’t matter who they are, what gender they are, race, religion, financial background…and the list goes on. Who you choose to create “union” with and love is up to you. The greatest spiritual exchanges happen through the sanctity of intimacy and you should never feel the need to say sorry for it.
Hint: It’s totally up to you to define and to set the boundaries of what feels safe to nurture your soul.
7. Wasting time
You can never waste time, so don’t even bother saying sorry that you’re not where you think you should be in your life right now.
Hint: If you think you’ve wasted time then you can’t see the bigger picture that was being crafted in the process. Not a single moment of your life is ever wasted.
8. The process of emptying out
Sometimes you just have to lose your shit. This might come in the form of off-loading to one of your loved ones, screaming, throwing a tantrum, screaming into your pillow or crying for hours. The process of emptying out is something that will happen automatically if you don’t get a proper conscious handle on your energy. Once the dust settles after the storm, you usually feel like a donkey’s ass, but rest assured the process of emptying out is something never to apologize for (unless you hurt someone else of course).
Hint: Surround yourself with people that can help to support your throughout a meltdown. Full moon times are also prime triggers for emotional upheaval.
9. The people that inspire you
Never apologize for the people you draw inspiration from. One teacher is not better than the other.
Hint: The teacher and the student are always a match, until they’re not any more.
10. Messing up
As ‘spiritual’ beings we all mess up and make mistakes – we’re human. If you make a mistake then OWN IT and say sorry. But never apologize for things like failure or things that are out of your control (like miscarriage or illness). Messing up and apparent failure are all part of the same beautiful process to facilitate expansion.
Hint: When you mess up, you have the chance to blossom and expand your consciousness even more.
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This is one of my favourite posts! There is always going to be someone in the world that disagrees with what you say, think or do. Never apologize for what you believe, own it.
Thank you Sarah, Since you wrote it I’ve thought about your previous post nearly daily…
This one will “thicken” my skin a little more.
It’s interesting to stop and notice the urge to say sorry when it shows up and then to try and think about what’s really going on before it jumps out.
What a delight to find this post. Very much how myself and those close to me view things. I enjoy all of your philosophy. The one and only thing I would add is the all important one respect and that is we must never impose our will upon another. I will certainly be back to read more. Xx
Thank you so much and I couldn’t agree more. Respect is very important for sure.
Excellent reminders. I needed to hear this. Thank you.
That and…actually getting what you want out of life or winning. My best friend is a compulsive apologizer. She apologized for winning our pool game. Sheesh. I don’t understand why, that was the point of healthy fun competition between friends. Had to tell her to stop it! Seems she feels guilty for the good things that come to her in life or when she actually succeeds. I remember that quote about not making yourself small to make others less intimidated or more comfortable.
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