Our inner voice is communicating a higher truth to us. This voice is a reflection of our truest, most aligned self. Our inner light is imploring us to treat ourselves us with self-love, forgiveness and compassion. When we listen to it, we’re less inclined to beat ourselves up. We see ourselves as divinely created manifestations of our higher power. We feel worthy of respect and deserving of love.
Our addictions have taught us to belittle ourselves and keep ourselves small. Over time, we’re diminishing the strength of our inner voice and our connection to it. Our intuition suffers. We have a hard time trusting our instincts and making decisions. We lower our standards and stay in toxic relationships. We think and speak poorly of ourselves because our sense of self-worth has suffered the effects of our disconnection.
Practice meditating and accessing the place of stillness and spaciousness within you. The more we can find internal quiet, the more we open ourselves to be able to hear our inner voice. When we practice getting quiet within ourselves, listening to it and following its guidance, we strengthen our intuition and our ability to rely on it.
Much of Riverside Recovery’s staff is comprised of people in recovery. We understand firsthand just how disconnected and lost addiction can make us feel, and we’re here to help you reconnect with yourself. Call (800) 871-5440 today for more information.