Becoming Centered In Our Souls

Centeredness is one of the most fulfilling things we can experience in this life, and is also one of the hardest things for us to do. Because when we are TRULY centered, we are content in our souls, and we have disconnected ourselves from material desires and egotistical thought processes.

But centeredness is less about finding yourself, and more about becoming the world around you. About becoming one with the spirits that surround us, so we can see where we need to heal and change in our lives.  Centeredness is about healing our souls, because of connectedness.

We are all connected, and our souls are the spiritual cells of this planet. We ARE the Creator. But just as our own bodies can fail us when we are out of balance, we are failing the Creator. Each and every one of us is the sickness, the cancer, that is plaguing the world. This sickness is caused by a disconnectedness. A disconnectedness from the Creator, from ourselves. A disconnectedness from Grandmother Earth and the spirits that call this Earth home. A disconnectedness from our ancestors in the stars, and the cultures they left behind.


Becoming One

When we begin the journey of becoming, we take the first step towards true spiritual fulfillment and achievement. Because when we begin to become the world around us, we gain a higher perspective on situations and events that happen in this world, which allows us to speak from a place of peace, instead of responding with an emotional response.

Becoming one with the world allows us the opportunity for introspection and shadow work. In order to truly become one with those around us, we must look directly into our reflection and address the aspects we are hiding from. We must address the shadows in order for us to truly become spiritual. In order for us to truly walk the spiritual path. This is the only way to enlightenment, the only way to moving forward.

When we become one with the world around us, we are actually becoming one with ourselves. By embracing the interconnectedness of the world around us, we are embracing all aspects of ourselves. Every single thing in this universe has something to teach us. It's just that sometimes those lessons aren't as simple as just reading a textbook. These lessons are hard to come by, and require WORK in order to reach them. And that is where people lose interest.

Anything worth having in this life is work. Any lessons, success, wisdom, or advancement in life comes with work. And many of us fear putting that work in, mostly because it makes our shadows uncomfortable to see us working towards dissolving them, and integrating them back into our souls.

Finding Centeredness In Our Souls

Finding our center is not an easy task to do, as it requires us to step into the Medicine Wheel and heal the shadows within us. This can take us years of dedication and work in order for us to find this centeredness, but offers to us pure bliss and contentment in our life.

We find centeredness, by finding ourselves.

We find ourselves by taking our power back, by gathering a deep understanding of our souls and who we are as people in this reality. When we forget who we are, we give away our power. We give our power to our material goods, hoping that they will give us meaning to life. We give our power to our country, hoping that our Nationality will give us power in our lives. We give our power to our spouses, hoping that by doing so we will find the meaning to life within their love.

We find our centeredness by finding ourselves. Nobody can teach us who we are, we must learn that for ourselves. I can show you were to learn this, but I can not teach you who you are.

Victoria Dellapaolera
Victoria Dellapaolera

Victoria is a Christian minister practicing spiritual healing and development in Williston, North Dakota. Victoria has worked with horses her entire life, and has learned many of her healing techniques from the horses.

She graduated from West Virginia University in 2020 Magna Cum Laude with a bachelors degree in Human Services and Sports and Exercise Psychology; gaining her associates degree in Farm and Ranch Management and Equitation from Dawson Community College in Glendive, Montana in 2012.

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