You may be familiar with the term Fruit of the Spirit. Typically, this is a phrase used in conjunction with religion. Christians hold onto the passage from Galatians that lists nine behaviors as being fruits of the spirit.
These behaviors are the fruit of a healthy spirit. Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness, and self-control. Yet, you do not have to be religious to recognize the value of these fruits. Nor do you need religion to value and nurture your spiritual health.
For you to bear fruit, you need to eradicate those unhealthy habits and stressful events and situations that are fueling an unhealthy spirit. How can your spirit work in your life if you are stifling it? It just can not.
Your old self, the one that lacks spirit health, has to be put aside in order to truly nurture your well being and freedom.
There are several ways to do this, which I will address in this course. So, stay with me and let us enjoy this journey of spiritual discovery together.