Posted in Mental health/wellness, Prayer/healing

Morning wake-up

Daily prayer for yourself is so important! It’s the most productive form of self-care I have found. Praying for yourself first thing in the morning, before you even get out of bed, is the best way to start your day on the right foot.

This prayer includes affirmations of who God is, who you are as God’s child and God’s law of health, harmony, and grace that is guiding and governing you. Become aware of God’s presence and remind yourself of who you are as God’s image and likeness until you can really feel Spirit’s calm presence and power surrounding you. You will feel and know that Spirit is the very essence of your identity.

This type of prayer treatment awakens you spiritually! It’s invigorating.

So start your day right. Give yourself the best gift with this spiritual bath. It will replenish, motivate, and inspire you. 😃

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Posted in Current events & community, Environment, global, Life, Love/relationships

Happy New Year

What are your New Year’s resolutions?

Last New Year, my family and I made a resolution to reduce our landfill waste. It took being aware of what we were throwing away and finding ways to reduce and creative ways to reuse. After just 3 weeks, we reduced our trash by 70% and we have stuck with it the entire year. Composting and recycling are a big help, and so is being mindful about what we are throwing away and looking for alternatives to plastic. Each family member has participated and developed a greater awareness of our purchasing decisions.

It’s really freeing!

Another New Year is upon us and I’m reminded of an even deeper resolution that we can carry in our hearts. It is conveyed in this quote.

Today my soul can only sing and soar. An increasing sense of God’s love, omnipresence, and omnipotence enfolds me. Each day I know Him nearer, love Him more, and humbly pray to serve Him better. –Mary Baker Eddy

Feeling more of God’s presence and love, expressing God’s qualities when we speak heart to heart, pausing and listening more deeply, and being willing to help and take the time for our neighbors will revitalize our thought and bring healing to the world.

Have a blessed, peaceful, and happy New Year!

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This beautiful image is from pixabay.com.

Posted in Life

Celebrating the Christ-spirit

I like thinking a lot about the Christ-spirit and presence that Jesus embodied. It was this Christly-power and authority that enabled him to still storms, walk through mobs unharmed, calm sickness and fear, and provide abundance in the face of lack.

This Christ-spirit and presence is still here within each of us.

It enables us to:

  • Choose love instead of anger
  • Peace instead of stress
  • Stillness instead of busyness
  • Have courage in the face of fear
  • Spiritual conviction in the face of doubt
  • Strength in moments of weakness
  • Healing in the face of disease

This Christ-presence comes to each of us when we need it. It lightens the darkness, brings healing, and shows us God’s gracious love for us.

Welcome the Christ-spirit into your consciousness this Christmas and everyday!

I love to observe Christmas in quietude, humility, benevolence, charity, letting good will towards man, eloquent silence, prayer, and praise express my conception of Truth’s appearing. (Mary Baker Eddy, What Christmas Means To Me)