Have you been neglecting your Body, Mind or Spirit lately? Is your life so bland it makes rice cakes sound exciting?

If so, it’s time to spice it up a little and start incorporating the ingredients for your best life into the mix so you can turn up the heat on your personal power.

Start by rating your energy on a scale from 1 to 10.

If your energy is…

9-10 ~ Life is Delicious!
You’re living your best spiritual life today! Your channels are open and you’re receiving the full abundance of love and joy that you deserve. Congratulations for taking such good care of yourself and for believing that life truly is delicious!

7-8 ~ You’re Cookin’ with Fire!
Things are pretty good for you right now, and you deserve it. You have the time and energy to work on higher matters of the soul. And with the addition of just one or two positive ingredients today, you’re cookin’ with fire baby!

5-6 ~ You Need to Sweeten Things Up!
The status quo is not good enough, and you’re better than the way you’re living now. Maybe nothing is “wrong,” but that doesn’t mean that things are “right” either. Work your recipe for success by adding a few positive ingredients into your life today to sweeten things up a little.

3-4 ~ Mix In Something Positive!
You’re in a serious rut and need to work your way out of it. Mix in as many positive ingredients as you can to raise your energy and lift your spirits right away ~ no excuses and no procrastination allowed!

1-2 ~ Small Measures Go A Long Way!
Your spirit needs immediate rescue! Start with your physical needs and make sure they’re met. When you’re physically cared for it’s easier to tend to the needs of your spirit and add a little flavor to your life, even if it’s just a teaspoon at at time.

Create Your Recipe for
Raising Your Own Personal Energy:

Make a list of the top 10 ingredients that make up your best life. These are life’s simple pleasures… Things that bring you joy, and that you can do to raise your energy when you’re feeling a little low.

Think of this as stocking your spiritual pantry with things you can use to feed your soul. Then, whenever you feel your personal energy start to slip, start mixing these ingredients together until you start to savor life again.

Top 10 Ingredients for MY Most Fulfilling Life:
1. Take a nap
2. Listen to music I love
3. Wear clothes that make me feel sexy
4. Walk on the beach
5. Spend time with a friend
6. Make love to my husband (TMI? Sorry.)
7. Meditate & work with my Spirit Guides
8. Write in my journal
9. Dance!
10. Play with my dogs

For each ingredient you add to your recipe, you should feel your vibrational energy increase. The lower you fall on the personal energy scale, the more ingredients you’ll want to combine to create the yummiest life possible for yourself!

Bon Appétit!

This article originally appeared in the Wake Up Goddess E-zine. To get your complimentary copy, go to http://www.wakeupgoddess.com

Author's Bio: 

Rev. Michele McGrew is a spiritual teacher and intuitive who began her metaphysical journey at the age of 17 when she was taught to perform psychic readings by a family member and mentor. In the years since, she's dedicated herself to exploring the depths of spirituality, ancient myth and magic, Divine Love and Universal Truth. She now enjoys teaching ancient arts and lore to modern women in ways that are practical and meaningful in today’s demanding society.

Finding her passion in writing and teaching, Michele hosts workshops and private classes on a variety of topics, including past life exploration, soul retrieval, earth and moon magic, herb lore, crystal healing, chakra balancing and working with the archetypal energies of the ancient Gods and Goddess for the creation of a more harmonious life.

As an ordained minister and Priestess, Michele’s greatest joy is in working with other spiritually minded individuals to honor, uplift and support them on their journey through life. In addition to her minister's license, Michele sits on the Florida ADL Minister's Board of Directors. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Florida Atlantic University and has earned college certificates in Women’s Studies and Ethnic Studies.