Sit in My Soul

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One of my favorite, most delightful things that I love to do is to just “sit in my soul.” I need this time daily for my life to flourish and feel meaningful. When I sit in my soul, I get very quiet and connect within. Here I find my truth, my power and a feeling of deep contentment. There is nothing I need in this moment. I am at complete peace and all is well.

My greatest insights come from this quiet time spent with my soul.  All of a sudden it’s very clear what action I need to take if any.  I realize where I need to slow down and what is really important to me.

I can definitely tell if I skip a day or two of this because I feel scattered like I’m going, going, going with no clear direction. This is when I need to STOP and PAY ATTENTION , sense deeply and sensitively what’s going on inside of me and allow the qualities of soul to fill me. In this way I am balancing my life and energy so that there is not so much ego build up with all its doing, thinking, striving and I am bringing a sense of being and consciousness to the present moment.


• Set aside 5-20 minutes of solitude time or 5 minute mini-breaks throughout the day.

• Clear distractions

• Connect with your breath

• Be Still and Listen within

All you need to know is inside of you and when you take the time to sit in your soul you can tap into the abundance of resources at your hand. I’m learning to trust this process more and more and to lean less on the advice from others, from books, etc. I’m realizing the greatest wisdom comes from within my own soul. I only know what’s best for me and you only know what’s best for you. In trusting yourself and following that wisdom you become more authentic leading the life that is meant for you to live.



    • Tracy Warren says

      Hi Corinna,

      Thank you for your comment and happy that you also love the phrase “sitting in my soul.” This is the best description to me of what it is like to be still and listen to that wisdom within.

      All the best,

    • Tracy Warren says

      Hi Laura,
      Thank you for your comment and yes it does make such a difference to have that quiet time and connect within.
      All the best to you,

  1. says

    Tracy I I love this topic! I’m like you…I’m refreshed and is most creative when I slow down and take time to just be.

    “The best thinking has been done in solitude.” ~ Thomas A. Edison

    Thanks for the reminder!

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