• Nomi Bachar

Tips on Growing Your Blissipline

Updated: Sep 22, 2021

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Blissipline is a spiritual practice. It's the path to creating, maintaining, discovering, and living in the inner place of bliss which resides within your Expanded Self. We all yearn to tap into the flow of natural joy, love, and playfulness and learn to express it. If you can think of moments in your childhood when you were a little bliss bubble, walking around, giggling, crying, laughing, and playing - full of curiosity and awe - you are clearly remembering the YOU that is still there.

Our life experiences often go partially unexamined, unresolved, and unreleased. The easiest and most common way is to create a negative assumption about our difficult experiences instead of acknowledging, releasing, and integrating them to create a sense of strength. Imagine your joy bubble, that true child-like self of yours, encrusted in layers of self-made mud.

There's no need to blame ourselves for our mud creation. There is a need to realize that it is only mud and that we can begin to take some of it off to spiritually, emotionally and psychologically shower ourselves. It helps to let go slowly and continuously of what we are not (constricting thoughts, feelings, limiting beliefs, and stories) and connect to our blissful self - the unconditional loving joy of the universe residing within our heart. Blissipline is unveiling more of who we truly are, and inevitably, it involves a level of love, acceptance, and intimacy with ourselves.

Our Defensive Self resists this process and is threatened by it. It pulls us away from our joy with busyness, drama, distractions, addictions, and projections. This is understandable. Furthermore, we may not be conscious that we're acting out of our Defensive Self. The first step is realizing our avoidance of ourselves, of our deeper feelings, and thus our avoidance of experiencing the moment and life around us. This is the first and the most continuous step since this avoidance of truth and the moment can be very insidious, subtle, and deceptive. One can master the spiritual intelligence to identify it and let it go, moment-to-moment, allowing the truth to blossom.

Are you ready to shower off the self-made mud? It takes effort and good guidance - it doesn't just fall off. Find your bliss state of mind, once again, schedule a free 30-minute consultation with me today by clicking HERE.

If you are looking for therapy sessions nearby in New York, Nomi Bachar is a trained psychotherapist and self healing/self actualization coach. She provides spiritual, emotional, and practical guidance to help you transform your life. Her program Gates of Power, gives you the power of self healing and the ability to reach your potential. Her spiritual books guide you through the process of attaining the possible you.