Over time, I’ve found that rituals not only help me cultivate my intuition, they also keep my mind in a better place. I feel less vulnerable from and more tolerant to outside distractions, and more at peace with what is.
For me, ritual means having a consistent daily routine. My rituals consist of “clearing,” meditation, gratitude, and setting intentions. Keeping my rituals while traveling poses more of a challenge, but I’ve learned that it’s during these times it’s most important.
After a few weeks of being on the road, and feeling particularly vulnerable to the changing environments, I realized that I needed to figure out a way to re-integrate my daily rituals at home into daily life in a camper on the go.
It has taken a concerted effort (and continues to do so without a space cultivated by time and familiar). Though, after a week of re-integration I began to feel more myself and back on track. My daily rituals are like brushing my teeth, sleeping and eating. They are not optional.