Spiritual center habits determine whether you become balanced or out-of-whack. You may not have thought your habits could shake up your spiritual center, but some of the behaviors you do not even think twice about can have a big effect. While we normally think of habits as being something bad (and therefore having a negative impact on your spiritual center), there are also good habits that will help keep you in check.
From the time that we are very young, we are taught to avoid our bad habits, or at least to hide them. A bad habit is anything from biting your fingernails to obsessive thoughts. Most of what we think of when we hear the word habit is our bad habits. While we may not be able to eradicate the behaviors wholesale, it is certainly healthy to be aware of our actions. While you may not enjoy performing your bad habits, it is beneficial for your spiritual center to be aware of these actions.
While we may be more familiar with bad habits, it is healthier to focus on their more positive counterparts. Any sort of manners system is an ordering of good habits. Good habits can be your etiquette at a table or something more automatic, like holding a door open for someone. These behaviors often benefit not only yourself, but those around you. This will lead you to a finely-tuned spiritual center by radiating positivity. Having this positivity, plus the awareness of your actions is a great way to lead you towards spiritual center.
Everyone is bound to have both good and bad habits, and balancing them is one of the most direct routes to enhancing your spiritual center. Accepting yourself complete with both the bad habits and good ones is a great place to start your balancing act. By simply acknowledging your bad habits, you admit to being aware of them and you can then keep them in balance. As you move closer to your spiritual center, it may be a good idea to stop labeling your habits as good and bad. Think of them just as habits. Removing the connotation from them is very liberating, and then you will not feel the stress, guilt or responsibility of performing good or bad habits.
Knowing yourself and balancing your emotions are great ways to work on your spiritual center, and it helps to think about aspects of yourself that you can easily overlook on a basic exploration of self-discovery. Take time out to consider these automatic reactions you have to various stimuli, and you are on your way to achieving a beautifully-balanced spiritual center.