There are many different interpretations of spirituality and soul which can be confusing. HLP encourages individuals to find their own truth that is authentic to them. In HLP, spirituality is non-denominational, and not constrained to particular religious or belief systems.
There are many different ways in which people have reported a connection with their own personal spiritual faith, for example through meditation, faith, prayer, healing, their environment and nature, music, poetry and literature, art, people and relationships. Some individuals may feel a connection to a Divine Source, Christ consciousness or higher presence that is the true source or energy of infinite unconditional love as part of their spirituality.
The soul could be considered our true Divine essence, an immortal, invisible energy, the Divine within us. Some individuals believe that our Divine essence originated from the Divine Source, Christ consciousness or higher presence of unconditional love. Some individuals also believe the soul is connected to our higher selves and carries our infinite memories, experiences and knowledge. When our soul, or our Divine essence, aligns with and embraces the Divine Source, we have the potential to reach a place of bliss or Dharma.
Mindfulness is a significant part of HLP. Mindfulness can be described as the process of coming back to the present moment or ‘awareness’. In order for a person to start recognising the destructive power of their ego, they have to develop a sense of awareness in order to recognise when the ego is in charge which can make them feel a victim, powerless, fearful or have hooks or expectations into situations or people. Mindfulness can guide people to move into their hearts and souls and release egoic thinking so that they can make different choices moving forwards that feel more authentic.
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