Spirituality Life Hack

You don’t have to be perfect and practice “typical” spiritual methods every day, such as meditation or Yoga, in order to feel as if you are living a truly connected life.

Simply turn everyday actions you are doing anyway into mini-rituals.

There are only 3 keys to transforming any activity into a spiritual habit:

The intention to do so, awareness during the act itself, and slowing down while you’re at it.

3 examples of turning your routines into rituals could be:

  1. Lighting some candles when taking a bath or being in the shower, honoring your physical body
  2. Using incense when doing the dishes, thanking them for their service
  3. Play your favorite music during your daily cup of morning coffee or tea and looking out the window instead of scrolling through your media feed

Inspired by Author Emma Howarth

How To Raise Your Vibration

Stop any activity that lowers your frequency and start doing things that connect you to your higher self. Chose to experience fewer material emotions (competition, guilt, fear, doubt) and make room for more elevated emotions (love, joy, gratitude):

  1. Allow negative people to fade out of your life
  2. Become aware of how you use media and news and how it affects you
  3. Occupy your mind with inspirational and empowering content
  4. Spend time in nature
  5. Meditate a few minutes every day

Forget The Word


Call it god, call it consciousness, call it higher power, call it divine presence, call it spirit or soul, awareness, cosmic intelligence or enlightenment. Call it Louise.

It doesn’t matter.

It’s all the same in the eyes of spirituality. Don’t get caught up on a word. Focus on the 3 E‘s instead:

  1. The essence (what meaning do you give it?)
  2. The energy (how does it make you feel?)
  3. The experience (focus on your 5 senses)

“You can’t get wet from the word ‘water’.”


What Does It Mean To Be Wise?

To have wisdom is to avoid all thoughts that weaken you.

Dr. Wayne Dyer

Don’t try to suppress your negative thoughts.

That would be too much effort and, since they come and go randomly, we might feel as if we have “failed” if they keep coming back – the exact opposite of what we want to achieve.

Instead, simply add positive thoughts and replace the negative thoughts. In your head there is always only room for one thought – the negative one gets pushed away automatically when you chose a good thought in its place.


Bodhicitta is one of the most important aspects of Buddhism.

It’s the wish to attain enlightenment not just for oneself, but for the benefit of all beings. It therefore combines awakening with empathy and compassion. (Sanskrit: bodhi = enlightenment; cittá = mind/heart/spirit).

Ont the same note: The six Perfections of Buddhism.