Feel Rather Than Think
The connection between what we think and what we feel is well established. But then, why do so many of us walk around feeling bad? If we know that what we think creates our inner environment, isn’t it intuitive that we’d think only good things?
This is the Great Challenge of life. Our lives have the potential to be a seamless flow of natural joy, joy that is always present, but blocked by our negative thoughts. When we cultivate awareness of who and what we are, we can more easily take notice of the things that we identify as non-joyful because they cause us to feel bad. Once we’ve identified what makes us feel bad, we can then look at our part in it. In so doing, there is opportunity for change and spiritual growth. That is what we are here for.
I intend to feel good today.
Love to you!
I am a Physician Assistant and Near Death Experiencer. My goal for creating this Blog is to bring what I learned in the afterlife into the 3-D world. There is so much to say and I am presently revising my book I Died And Learned How To Live to continue the process of sharing it all. In the meantime, I will blog here about things I believe will help someone else. I am here to be of service and bring the message of love to others. Thank you so very much for being here. Please feel free to leave your email if you'd like to get on my list. I won't flood your in box with messages. Love to you all! xox
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