Your Higher Self

Your Higher Self (or Divine Self) is an extension of yourself that is part of you and part of the Source (God, Creator) —the ultimate higher power, the universal source of cosmic energy. This energy links us to everyone and everything. We are all interconnected through shared energy. And as this universal energy—this higher consciousness—is contained within each one of us, we can use the Higher Self to access this universal wisdom and knowledge from within.

Your Higher Self is not an entity separate from you, it is very much a part of you. When people speak about their higher selves they are referring to the knowing or awakened aspects of themselves. It is through your higher self that deepest truths and hidden knowledge is accessed. It’s the part of you that excites you with inspiration, guides you with intuition and teaches you through insight. Your Higher Self is your best guide for a meaningful experience here on the physical plane.

Activities such as dance, dreaming, journaling, martial arts, meditation, music, prayer, spending time in nature, strengthening your intuition, yoga, and many other disciplines, can bring you closer to your Higher Self.

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