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After meditating on my recent experiences with Jesus, I have been more inclined to think of myself as eclectic spiritual / interfaith (certainly interested in all faiths) than Pagan.
The interesting thing is, in the time I have been thinking of myself in these terms, there have been several developments in my soul growth.
I am able to stay peaceful and calm when things go wrong.
I am able to trust God and the angels that things are happening for my highest good.
I am not overly attached to things happening in any particular way. Rather things are unfolding and I am just doing what I feel is best on any one day.
I feel liberated.
I am not saying that the right path for everyone is to be eclectic spiritual / interfaith, not at all, everyone has different soul lessons to learn so people need different paths.
But I just wanted to ask, those who are 100% happy in their path, did you experience similar soul growth / mastery of lessons when you discovered your path and truly began to walk it? Whether that be Wiccan, Pagan, Christian, spiritual, or other.
Short answer - Yes. I've been able to deal with things a lot easier and I've been at peace with things a lot more too. I've been able to let go of a lot of feelings that weren't helping me grow and were actually hindering me. I find I have a lot more patience with people in general. I'm still growing though and learning.
Another yes here...same answers as Tiff and Hillarie...I think the big one for me, though, is the lifting of "guilt" for having doubts about what I was raised to believe...I have never been more spiritual, or connected to spirit as I am now, and I look forward to learning/experiencing more...not like the dread I used to feel when Sunday would roll around again and trudging to an "obligation"...
Over the last few months lots has changed for me, yes yes yes!!!! I feel ya so much on mostly all that you have described. It is a wonderful feeling knowing you found your path! I'm happy for you Sharron!