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Whenever I'm out in public, I have to be put together. When I get home, I rebel against it and I don't want to take care of anything. I drop it. I'm relaxed. I don't have any shoes on. No makeup.

Posted on June 10 2012

How to become a Spiritual Dream Warrior
There are no rules for becoming a spiritual dream warrior, but there are things that people can do that may help them on their path such as: It is important that people foster a beginner’s mind. This means that they don’t allow their preconceived beliefs and opinions prevent them from gaining new knowledge. Critical thinking is also necessary on any spiritual path. Those people who have fallen into the trap of addiction will know how easy it is to become deluded, and they will want to avoid such traps in the future. Meditation can be an important tool for any type of spiritual warrior. It not only allows them to develop emotional sobriety, but it also allows them to see reality much clearer. This attitude does involve demanding instant results or sainthood. Change takes time and the only important thing is that the individual is moving in the right direction. Helping other people can be a great way to strengthen sobriety, but this should be done with a humble heart. It is not the job of the spiritual dream warrior to tell other people how to live their life. This is a path where people will have good days and bad days – sometimes it may even feel like they are going backwards. This type of progress is to be expected and it is vital that the individual does not become discouraged. Just because a person is on a spiritual path does not mean that they will avoid failure. It is only by mistakes that people really learn in life. Keeping a journal in recovery is highly recommended. This way it will be possible for people can track their progress and remain motivated to achieve more. Goal setting can be a great help so long as the individual does not become too obsessed with these targets. The fact that the individual has something to work towards should keep them on the right track.

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