I went on an incredible spiritual journey...sometimes we need to work on our spiritual health

Marie Abanga
Posted September 5, 2019 from Cameroon

I am back from an incredible Spiritual Journey started on the 5th of August with my church. I had done a 3 days fast on the first three days of the month as I committed to be doing since year start, and was praying for the Grace to do the #5weeks5days fast called too.

I even asked God how I could make the fast personal you know, because the program was for Church growth, and so I decided I would love some spiritual growth too. I got directives from my spirit, and I set out to implement them. One of them was that I avoid social media to the barest minimum, which I find tough to do just like last year when I embarked on a 70 days journey. But, it was worth it.

Hmm, it wasn't for the faint of heart. We had early morning prayers in church at 6am and in the evening at 6.30 pm. I tried my best, but eventually gave up on the morning prayers, and went for evening prayers as much as I could. The journey was more than about following the norm.

So, what was this journey all about ? Last year's was revealed to me as one of 'enlightenment and purification'; and this year's which I got two days ago lol, was one of "Confirmation, Transformation and Preparation". Uhu that 's what it was all about for real. I felt the confirmation I was on the right Spiritual track and I was tapping into the right energy and vibrations - and for that I was so grateful. The Transformation which I welcomed so gladly, was one of enabling me see the world and all of us as wonderful creations of the universe -God, whoever or however anyone calls Him/She. I felt so free to get this shift formalized sort of, it's been in my heart for a couple of years now, and I was so happy to see why I really need a 360° transformation of perceptions. I read all sorts of books and listened to audios from different spiritual teachers both gone and still here, oh my so so much transformation.

Preparation is the big one now. Preparing to start a series of symposia in November, then to start designing my project to open a House of Hope and Healing to be founded on Christian precepts but open to everyone of course. I already receive people in my home and make no distinction based on faith or religion or no religion etc etc, I just wish love and peace was all we had in the world.

I AM READY

Be encouraged and strengthened; be inspired and motivated everyone.

P.S. Oh my I did miss blogging and writing more than I even missed food hahahaha. Glad to be back

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Jill Langhus
Sep 07
Sep 07

Hello Dear Marie,

Thanks for sharing your recent, transformative fasting experience. I'm always so impressed by how disciplined and driven you are. I can't wait to hear more about your house opening up and to hear stories about how your helping more girls and women, dear. Much good fortune and love to you, dear.

XX

Marie Abanga
Sep 10
Sep 10

Dear Jill,

Thank you. I have been a strong willed person from childhood. More than ever now, I need to be focused and stay on my wavelength at all moments I can. When I feel my vibrations pressed up or that I may be losing balance in this hype world, I go off within for a while so as to resource. It takes a lot, I don't think anything worth it in this life doesn't cost us something anyways.
Just yesterday I received two more children in my home who had been defiled by their own father - a girl and a boy. I wouldn't be able to give out all the healing hugs needed if I wasn't healed or core balanced myself you see!
Thank you for the good wishes, there is so much in the pipeline and I will be sharing to inspire and motivate others here of course.

Jill Langhus
Sep 11
Sep 11

Hello dear:-)

You're welcome!

Yes, I can imagine that...:-) Yes, I suppose anything worth fighting for does sometimes cost something; at the very least time and energy, if that's what you mean.

Oh, dear:( That's horrible. I'm glad they're in your capable hands, but really:-(

Looking forward to hearing about it..., and, you're welcome, dear.

Hope you have a good, rest of the week!

XX

Hello, sister Marie,

We certainly miss reading your posts. Wow, how strong you are for undergoing fasting. I experienced that last year, too. I agree that preparation is a must. We're so glad you're back.

Thank you for sharing this inspiring post on your spiritual journey. I believe we are spiritual beings, and we must nourish our spirits the way we do with our physical bodies. Please keep us posted.

Marie Abanga
Sep 10
Sep 10

Dear Karen,

Thank you so much for the warm welcome back. Yes, i believe in my spirit self, nurture my soul and get my body going lol. We are together on this journey called life.

My pleasure, dear. Wow. That's a great description! Have a great day!