No straightforward definition exists for what it means to be a spiritual person, because at the end of the day, spirituality is variable and deeply personal. Living a spiritual life may include communing with a higher power, or it may include connecting with your higher self.
Some people may have a clear vision of what spirituality looks like and means for them, while others are looking to embark on a journey of self-love or want to take time to acknowledge gratitude on a daily basis. Spending time exploring your own version of spirituality may simply look like taking a moment to slow down, take a deep breath and try new things.
Monthly subscription boxes here on the Cratejoy Marketplace can help to motivate you to set intentions, cultivate mindfulness or attract positivity. Whether you’re a novice or you’ve been walking along your spiritual path for some time now, here are two new boxes that can help you focus on how to become more spiritual this year.
Liz, the founder of Spiritual Crate, knows just how valuable helping others is for your own spiritual journey -- and how vital it is to begin with yourself. While running a spiritual goods shop in England, she noticed the need for people to be more in touch with their spiritual side. She began organizing and hosting “spiritual fairs” to offer much-needed guidance for people in her local community. This in turn led to more community events, like ghost hunts, and customer demand grew for even more. This ignited a desire to broaden her reach and help customers outside of the area.
Creating a subscription box for those looking to connect with their spiritual side was the perfect solution. Each box is mindfully curated around a monthly theme, like Meditation or Inner Peace, and strives to bring high-quality tools that can help anyone add spirituality into their lives. An assortment of charged crystals, cleansing smudges, aromatherapy and useful accessories provides just what you need. Let the crystals' energies flow and learn rituals that will keep you grounded.
Helping others and being in service to others is one of the core tenets of spirituality. But to be able to truly help others, the desire and energy to show up has to come from within. It all boils down to that popular saying, “You can’t pour from an empty cup,” so add to your spiritual arsenal each month, and slowly your cup will be full enough to spill out onto others.