Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Spoken Words of Spirit--January 25, 2012

There is a good method of staying relaxed. Being in a spiritual, meditative state, as well as living a life filled with principles that reflect the optimism that comes from truly abiding by the personality of a metaphysical life will also “inadvertently” cause you to be relaxed. For many people, this is not fully understood, however, centuries of notes and transcriptions from intellectual and religious scholars tells of the importance of having a body, mind and soul balance.

It comes very easy for those who immerse themselves in this practice. When you take too much time analyzing every bit of minutiae that the physical realm can throw at you, it adds to your anxiety and levels of discomfort. Subsequently, placing yourself in an attitude of tranquility helps to reduce the stress level. In addition, you begin to find that the problems that might have plagued you previously seem to be less important or have answers arise quite easily. Your life becomes filled with more joy and less burden. This is what all people are striving for from the time of their birth.

Success, on all levels, is not supposed to be a daunting task. Having it come your way should not require intense drama, nor should it be something that introduces the crux of disappointment during the process to achieve it. The repetitiveness of harmonizing in a peaceful mental state will gently place you in contented mode. There is no better path to a fulfilled life than to have a mind that is relaxed; a body that is fueled with an eagerness to blend tranquility with effort.

All you need to do is find a quiet place in which you can unwind and be adept at clearing your mind of all the physical life encumbrances that clog your pathway to happiness. It can be at the edge of an ocean, the middle of an animal inhabited refuge, your bedroom, backyard or anywhere that you are capable of releasing the day’s grind for a few minutes. While most people find the sounds of soft music or gentle guidance to help them to get to a place removed from their physical reality, it can also transpire from allowing your thoughts to be de-cluttered of whatever is immediate on your mental plate. There is no best or worse time to do this, but consistency is helpful. Begin your journey towards tension release today! These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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2 comments:

Mary said...

The importance of having a body, mind and soul balance.

Subsequently, placing yourself in an attitude of tranquility helps to reduce the stress level. In addition, you begin to find that the problems that might have plagued you previously seem to be less important or have answers arise quite easily

The repetitiveness of harmonizing in a peaceful mental state will gently place you in contented mode. There is no better path to a fulfilled life than to

In this fast paced, busy world it's not easy to do. Something always pops up.

God Bless you,
Jim Our Angel :-)**

Jim Fargiano said...

Mary, I personally am not a big fan of change, yet my life pivots on constantly shifting and changing from one minute to the next. It's all about trust and balancing as much as possible.