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How to Invite the Sacred into Everyday Routine

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How to Invite the Sacred into Everyday Routine

We often think we need to have a special place to meditate or to be sacred. What happens when we go outside of that space? Does it go away? Is there a way to live in that space even if we aren’t in a sacred building or meditation?

In this blog post, Raina talks about how to invite the sacred into your everyday routine. Whether that be a deity of your choice, one of your unseen friends, God/Goddess.

You can create this sacred space, outside of your quiet meditations. Creating sacred space wherever you are.

You are the sacred space.

Even if you are at a job where the energy there is not quite what you want it to be, or you are working in a house where the tensions are high. You can create it.

You are the sacred space. You can create it at your computer, inside your vehicle where you are driving, anywhere.

It requires “invitation”.

You can be in a place that feels terrible to you and you can invite in the sacred.

In every language, you all have a word for sacred. You can feel it. It sounds special to you. That is all you need to know.

It is that word that assists you with the invitation and setting the intention.

We arrive into your space because you invite us to do so, as you invite in the sacred (whatever that may be for you).

If I’m driving in my car, why does it serve me to invite in the sacred?

Because it teaches you to live within the sacred at all times no matter what you are doing.

It only takes a moment, one moment. The moment you invite in your sense of sacred, you are connecting in this “in-between” space we ask you to use.

You are in that in-between moment for yourself, in between routines. That is where magick occurs in the in-between – as you move from one routine to the other.

“Alright, I’m asking you to be present for me. I’m asking you to come in and be present with your love and assist me”, you can say.

Remember to breathe. In through the nose and out through the mouth. It slows down the masculine side of your brain who just wants to jump into a routine.

Releasing your breath and inviting in the sacred, even if you don’t know what that is yet.

If you choose to breathe and take that moment, it creates that moment of receptivity.

Breathe, let all angst go for that moment, set the intention, and move right on to your routine.

“We are always here. We are always waiting for you to simply invite us in”.

– Raina, Raina Teachings.

What if I just do it in the morning?

Inviting in the sacred, throughout your day, will carry it through your whole day and begin to shift your routines.

That is what awareness is. That is what it means to be in self-realization and self-awareness.

“I just left a routine and I’m going to another. I have a space here. A space to work with the magick”.

Each time you are aware of that awareness, that invitation begins to happen self-consciously.

Just as your meditation is a practice, the point of it is to carry it into your life.

You can carry the sacred from one routine by the next by inviting in the sacred. It invites in the feminine energy, the yin energy. It requires slowing down your routine and your action.

It just takes a moment. One. To slow down, breathe, and invite in the sacred.

We hope that you do.

Raina

How do you invite the sacred into your everyday routine? We’d love to hear from you in the comments.

In Love,

If you would like to connect more to us, and connect to your spiritual growth, we offer a membership with teachings from Lori and channeled information from Raina in the form of workshops, messages, and guided meditations. You can find out more HERE.

Trance Channel, Clairvoyant Healer and Spiritual Teacher, Lori Camacho, has been serving others with her gifts of clairvoyance and vibrational healing abilities since 2003. It was in 2007 that Lori began to spontaneously vocalize Raina, the wise consciousness she had memories of communicating with as a child. Together Lori and Raina have created many workshops, classes and writings. 

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