I used to think values had more to do with morals than they did with desires. Values are what guide us towards what we truly want for our lives.
Each of us have values that are exclusively unique to our selves. If we are constantly doing things to sabotage or dim our values, we find ourselves in constant resistance to alignment with our Spirit.
When we dissect an area of our life, we should know what we value and always ask if what we are about to say or do is in alignment with our unique values. Our values are the key to our life’s purpose and the foundation to our eternal peace and knowing. Our values are divinely contracted by God to each of us, so we can live the best life we can and be the vessels of God’s purpose.
My ten top values are:
- My spiritual evolution
- Living a healthy and fit lifestyle
- Spending time with my kids
- Spending time with my husband
- Things of beauty
- Life’s work that feeds my soul and the souls of others
- Keeping it simple (includes finances, choices, home life – a way of life)
If my values are shining bright, I’m a happy and aligned woman. When my life is cluttered with things I don’t want to do or circumstances that collide with my values, then I am out of alignment with Spirit and probably not in the best of moods.
Now that I’ve identified my values, it’s time to look at how much of my life is filled with experiences that support what really matters most to me. From here on out, everything I think and do must be aligned with these values.
Whenever you’re confronted with a choice, from small to big, ask yourself which is the better option that is more in alignment with your values. Always pick the option that supports your individual and unique values. Not the values of your mother, or your spouse. Too often we are looking at other people’s values and trying them on, only to find they are ill-fitting. We can’t wear other’s values, and the more we try, the more we suffer.
People with similar values typically flock to each other. If you find yourself in a situation where your values are not in alignment with family or friends, don’t worry about that. Focus in on your values and how to flesh them out more. Those who resonate with your vibrational frequency will get closer to you, others who are not a match will go away, gradually or quickly. Fortunately, like attracts like.
What are your top ten values? What can you do today, for five minutes, to squeeze out more juice in your life by supporting your values? Are there pockets in your life that causes you to be pushed further away from your values, like constantly working, living above your means, spending time with people who drain you? Knowing and tending to your values will set you free.
~Your Curator of all Things Inspirational, Kimberly Jo Cooley
4 thoughts on “Your Values Are Always Your Guide”
the selecting of spiritual values and staying in alignment is an excellent mindful living of evolving progress to be ever aware of highest consciousness vibration – Christ consciousness, I’d say of a source of this awareness… Holy Spirit led life… as we know deeply all in space-time then together His love and thus partake with each other in the mercy of God’s grace to evolve wholly the higher senses; the softer senses.
Hi Eric~ Thank you for your post, spiritual food for my soul! It feels so gratifying and fun to sort through what we value most. All of our true values, from our authentic Spirit selves, dwell in us because they can be expressed uniquely through each of us. It is our values that leads to connections, that then leads to manifesting God’s divinity. The values we each have, makes us bring forth something unique and beautiful to the Table – especially when we know what our values are and how to allow them to move through us. When we are honoring our values, others see this and do that, too. And, when we all are expressing and living our values, the whole Universe benefits. We can’t go wrong when we are in alignment with our values. Thanks so much for stopping by and always so good to chat with you.
sure thing… always a pleasure to visit your posts Kim.
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Wow, thank you for sharing such a nice little self-reflection exercise. It’s so nice to expand horizons by being reminded how it is possible from day to day.