Saturday, June 20, 2020

Is Your Soul Weary?

Hey! Hi! How are you doing today?

I am praying you are alright, and that you are living with comfort and strength from the very depths of your soul.

Many people have come to me for help because they sometimes feel like giving up on life. Some people ask, "What is it all for?" And others say, "I am done, I'm ready to not be here anymore."

To hear words like these is heart breaking for me. It is heart breaking because I have been there. My soul has been, in my past, very hungered for something, and very weary.

There is not a thing I could say that may bring anyone out of such a feeling. I cannot even remember anything anyone ever said to me that brought me out of that state.

One thing I do know, with all my heart, is I have had a never ending desire to know God. God has brought me to a place of joy deep down in my soul.

This joy did not happen over night. This joy came from loving myself enough to turn to God for relief, respite, and solace.

If there is anything I could accomplish, in my entire lifetime, it would be to point the weary soul to God, over and over and over again, until he or she finds the relief of joy that I have found.

The number one thing I see, in people with a weary soul, is the lack of belief in themselves. This lack of belief leads to blaming others for their misery. Blaming others takes away responsibility from ourselves for our life.

The joy in this life comes from connection to God and focus on purpose. This connection and focus comes from within. It comes from the mind, which gives us our power to choose. When we do not use this power, we feel powerless.

Appreciation is the truth, and it takes focus.

When we appreciate our selves, things we have, and when things go our way, we feel good. The opposite of this is complaining and criticizing about our selves, things we have and don't have, and things that do not go our way. This makes us feel bad, and sustains misery.

To believe we do not have a choice in our control, and focus, and expect others to, is pure insanity. Common sense says we have a choice, and that is what our mind is for, to choose our focus by desire, not by default.

The crux of human conditioning can, and will convince us that we are not smart or strong enough to choose a better attitude, which will give way to a more positive personality.

Do you believe in yourself?

Do you believe you can choose your focus?

Do you believe you can connect to God?

Let us do a spiritual experiment!

You guessed it!

Got a scripture for you...

"In every thing give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you." ~1 Thessalonians 5:18, Holy Bible, KJV

For four days, or more, meditate upon, memorize, and think on this scripture, especially when things don't go your way. When things do not go our way, we may get angry, anxious, or depressed but, there is a lesson. Negative emotion disconnects us from God, who is, in fact, in charge, and He is allowing things to happen for our spiritual expansion.

The lesson is ALWAYS faith, patience, and trust in the Lord. You may or may not know this intellectually, and you may or may not behave as though you believe it.

The behaving as though we believe the lesson is ALWAYS faith, patience, and trust in the Lord because He is, in fact, in charge, is how and when we live in our power. 

A life of joy is a spiritual life, and this living from the spirit will relieve the weary soul.  

I ramble, and repeat. Nevertheless, I do it for you, and I do it for me, so we may level up in life and live the bliss of joy through God.

God gives joy to the soul, and not one person could ever convince me otherwise.

Hocus, pocus, focus on your new mission... on your new scripture, and let us level up in life towards God.

Practice appreciation in all things, when things go your way, and when they don't, look up into the sky, and say, "Thank you Heavenly Father." If you do, I believe you will get a glimpse of your true power, and begin to believe in yourself. 

Big or little, good or bad, I always thank my Heavenly Father. I do! I'm not perfect, and sometimes it may take me a while but, it is better to be thankful than to cuss about anything...

God bless you my dear reader...

Take good care...

Speak soon...


ps here is a link list of posts on appreciation that may help relieve your hungered soul

Spiritual Expansion 

Destress Yourself with Appreciation and Sleep 

Thank You 

Connecting to God 

Letting Go of Stress 

Destress Your Life with Awareness 

Remember Your Dream