The growth of spirituality is the main aim of the individual in this life who is on the path of improvement. No school or teacher can bring about this awakening except the self. None can teach you; none can make you spiritual.
“Spirituality is not built on rules; you have to grow it from inside. There is no other teacher but your soul.”- Shree Radhe Guru Maa
What qualities define spiritual maturity?
Spiritual maturity is important for everyone. It is a source of better and more peaceful life for everyone. So, how do we take our relationship with God to the next level? Three keys to spiritual maturity: surrender, faith, and obedience.
Living in surrender
Surrendering to God doesn’t mean living without a purpose. Instead, it means to start living with a purpose. The purpose is God has planned for us. The plan is which prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
To grow closer to the God, we must serve Him whole-heartedly. For that, we need faith. With each step, we have to believe that God loves us and wants what is best for us. When your faith is increased, you will grow closer to the Lord.
You can show obedience to God even as you wait for His guidance, direction. Use the time to grow patience and perseverance. Resist the urge to get angry or depressed.
Avoid getting ahead of God. Don’t move forward with any new actions until you have His guidance or blessing.
“The practice of spirituality will ultimately lead us to inner peace, happiness, and realization of bliss sublime.”
It is the spirituality which learns the true form of love. Spiritual enlightenment is the only way to knowing and reaching our inner self which can be attained through meditation.