Wednesday Walk ~ The Importance of Daily Ritual

Happy Wednesday Friends!

On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share with you a number of daily rituals that have been extremely helpful during my transitional move to the Bay Area. I have found that ritual is the practice that I can do anywhere and everywhere. It is what keeps me grounded, connected, and allows me to bring gratitude into my daily life. The first ritual that I do every morning upon rising, is to give heartfelt thanks for awaking another day. Starting my day in gratitude greatly shifts my daily experience. Check out my Wednesday Walk to learn more about my daily rituals and why they are important to have.

I would to hear from you. What are some of your daily rituals? Was it difficult to get into the groove of doing them every day? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.

All love,

jodi

3 Comments
  1. Vicki 8 years ago

    Love this share….staying grounded in nourishing rituals! You might comment or share the music info…I love the music you post and want to know where I can download some of it! Thank you Jodi!

  2. Esra 8 years ago

    Super topic Jodie, as always 🙂
    Yes, Meditation (both in the morning and in the evening; if I miss one, I feel the imbalance soon enough!) and prayer. Intention setting is naturally a part of these rituals. Asking for protection, as well as strength, courage, and patience. Also, I do my grounding exercise right after my morning mediation.
    I like to clean the energy of my house with sandalwood from time to time; could be monthly or every few months.
    I do inspirational writing as often as I can, as per Edgar Cayce’s “Channeling Your Higher Self.”
    Overall, journalling is a beautiful ritual…
    I have moon rituals (t0day is the full moon) that I do at new moon (intention setting) and fool moon (leaving behind and transforming the energies through the element of fire)…
    Probably there is more: all are very powerful and transformative…
    I wrote all these in my upcoming book, “The Turquoise Ripple.”
    Much love…
    Esra

  3. Chandi Holliman 8 years ago

    Yes.Meditation morning and evening as my Sadhana, healing prayers for others in need all over the globe, prayers before each meal, prayers before meetings or new trainings , that it might draw me closer to Divinr Mother, using my hands, speach and sight. I also pray each night and offer my little egoic self into a bonfire. To purify my actions that it might bring me closer to Divine Mother in all I do. Aum, blessings, Chandi

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