Simply, spiritual practice is a journey of truth: to find truth within yourself, with the people around you, and in the events forming your life.
Spiritual practice can look like meditating or chanting, going to church, the mosque, or the temple.
Spiritual practice includes prayer and song, yoga and dance.
Spiritual practice can also include many activities not usually associated with faith and religion, such as quilting, walking, scrubbing floors, washing the dishes, ironing, hauling garbage, waiting tables, and raking leaves.
Spiritual practice is a process of living in which the intention of experiencing spiritual and physical integration guides all experience and action.
Spiritual practice connects meaning within your awareness and within the day-to-day experience of living life.
This is an excerpt from Cheryl’s book, Open Your Akashic Records.