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18 Sep

A spiritual revolution Be mindful! Five   The definition of mindfulness is being aware of where you are and what your doing, without being distracted by the events occurring around you. We are all guilty of physically being in a place, while our thoughts are elsewhere. When this occurs, we are not totally showing up for the event or individual before us. The most important exercise one must master to establish spiritual transformation is to learn to be totally present…..

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09 Sep

Spiritual Revolution Viewing the world through the eyes of a child Four   I recall struggling to learn to whistle at around the age of five, and I have been whistling ever since. My maternal grandmother use to tell my mother, ” A whistling woman and a crowing hen, never comes to no good end.” Viewing the world through the eyes of a child would require taking off your blinders. It would require retraining yourself to view the world without…..

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04 Sep

Spiritual Revolution Faith of a child Three   The faith of a child is not skeptical, fearful or full of doubt. I think our faith is limited, when we are consumed with emotions of fear and doubt due to our current circumstances. The definition of faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen. I define faith with my salvation experience. When I embraced salvation, I was hoping for a transformation. What I experienced…..

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28 Aug

Spiritual revolution table for one Two   Spiritual transformation is a spiritual revolution taking over the individual you once knew. We are each capable of leading ourselves into an amazing journey of a complete spiritual transformation. We must begin with accepting the fact that we don’t have to be negatively affected by the circumstances or the individuals around us. We need to look within us, not around us. This revolution is for one, ourselves. To control one’s self is an…..

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21 Aug

Spiritual Revolution The eyes of a child One   We spoke of retraining ourselves to engage in the splendor of life. I suggested we view the world Through the eyes of a child. Realistically, we all know we cannot recapture our childhood. We may not be able to recapture our childhood, but we can retrain ourselves to view the world with the eyes of a child. To view the world with joy, trust, peace in our hearts and in awe…..

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14 Aug

Welcome to the spiritual revolution. Most of us have accomplished our life objectives and continue to feel unfulfilled. We have somehow lost appreciation for the splendor of life. With an appreciation of life, we find joy, peace, and a since of awe in the beauty around us. When we were children we were overwhelmed with the splendor around us. We awakened each day with anticipation and excitement of the activities before us. We were easily entertained while lying in the…..

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31 Oct

I’m stepping out! A new creation! We discussed in past post how an individual may participate in destructive behavior to lessen the pain of a traumatic life changing event in one’s life. I refer to this life changing event as an assault. This behavior may become habitual and may be responsible for the individual disengaging from a healthy lifestyle. The behavior may become so offensive to an individuals loved ones, they eventually alienate the individual from their lives. This offensive…..

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24 Oct

I’m stepping out! Join a support group My dear mother use to say, “Tell me who your friends are, and I will tell you who you are.” While I accept the fact that I am not a mirror image of my friends, I feel we share a common belief system. Point being, like attracts like. If you are accustomed to exhibiting bad behavior on a regular basis, you will attract, and gravitate towards the bottom feeders. If you wish to change…..

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17 Oct

I’m stepping out! Shhhh I  feel its important not to recount our past behavior for the rest of our lives. We need to share our shameful behavior from our past with a qualified, trustworthy individual, heal and move on. I know this is contrary to most belief systems. The reason I feel we must not recount our past behavior for the rest of our lives is, we are identifying with the broken individual of our past. If we identify with the broken individual…..

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10 Oct

I’m stepping out! Talk to someone I think we all need to unload the burden of our secretive, shameful behavior. I also feel the recipient of this information should be qualified and trustworthy. The minute we speak to a trustworthy, nonjudgmental, individual concerning our shameful behavior, we are released from shames bondage. When we share our shameful past, we must work towards healing and move on. We must leave this shameful memory in the past. According to Dr. Brene Brown shame…..

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