“Here’s how a daily 15-minute spiritual pit stop will clear up your life.
When a Formula One race car driver takes a pit stop it’s a high-speed coordinated process that is over in seconds. Everything the car needed to continue the race is attended to by a precision pit crew team who each does one thing as quickly as they can. In seconds the car and driver are ready to re-enter the race.
A spiritual pit stop is not that quick or easy. When you take a spiritual pit stop it is also attended to by a crack team of specialists, your Spirit Guides and Angels. They are all specialists in what you need at the moment.
This spiritual pit stop is not something you do occasionally but is needed daily as you go through your spiritual awakening.
You must set aside time to stop and step out of the rat race. You need to pull over, not just for a few seconds but for at least 15-minutes each day, so you can be rejuvenated. This is when you document your progress in this race and begin to see patterns.
It’s important to make this pit stop each day at the same time. You need to find at least 15-minutes early or late in the day when you are not distracted. This will develop into your productive alone time. During this time, you must close your eyes and relax. Concentrate on your breathing because it’s in the breath that you become one with us and the universe. Listen for our whispers coming through and write them down in your journal. Unlike the Formula One pit crew, your spiritual pit crew is never frantic or shouting. We are not in a hurry.
Ask clear questions of your spiritual team and expect clarity from the universe in return. You need to be refueled spiritually each day, before rejoining the earthly rat race, or you will flounder. By writing in your journal daily about the guidance you are receiving you will begin to see how each page is connected to the next, like connecting the dots. These connections are what allow you to understand where it is you are going, what has happened in the past, and why. It’s through seeing the connection and how you felt about it that will keep you on course while in the race.
Just like the racing pit crew keeps a log of how the car is performing, your journal writing serves the same purpose.
It will become the logbook of your life. Helping to not only understand the day-to-day things that are happening, which are changing you as a person but by seeing them all put together you will begin to experience the big picture of this long race you are in this lifetime.”
- A spiritual pit stop requires that you stop, so you can make the connection.
- You have a team of experts waiting for you to make a spiritual pit stop.
- It’s in keeping your journal, your logbook, just like the pit crew does, you will begin to see what is happening and why.
How It Works: What the Spirit Guides have explained in this insight is mastering the art of living in two worlds simultaneously. In a dream, you can’t interpret it while you are in it. In life, you can’t see it until you write it in your journal. Both worlds come together once you write it down. However, you won’t usually see what that is for days, weeks, months and sometimes years later. You wouldn’t see it at all if you didn’t keep a log. While you are following this practice of writing in your journal about what was unusual or out of the ordinary, each day for at least 15-minutes, you are also building a communication bridge to your Spirit Guides. That’s the by-product of taking your daily pit stops. ~ Linda Deir
A mix of Spirituality and Unexpected Psychology … Linda Deir Transition Coach … guidance from “those” who know you best!