Have we forgotten to be content with our own company? Personally I love being on my own. I love wandering through the park and woods and let my mind run freely.
Being on my own is my way to recharge and to feel content. What else to I do to feel calm, content and to become aware of the abundance of my life? These are my tips! See it and name and it be thankful for it. Open up your eyes and become aware of what deserves your full attention.
Thus what can we do to be more content and acknowledge the abundance in our life?
Stop searching for it. Look around you and within you to see and realise what is present already. Appreciate yourself for who you are today. How to slow down? Simply take a break and do Yin Yoga. Sit still.
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Abundant living by Marianne de Kuyper May 1, Coaching. Needs and wishes From several workshops with James Higgins I learned that all too often we look at the world around us.
Silent time He explained to us that we all too often focus on the world around us, the world we can see: the visual world. Recharge Personally I love being on my own.
How you start your days greatly influences how they will be. By smiling you are sending a positive message to yourself and others that you are a winner in life. Other elements are faith , prayer , evangelism , and concern for human worth in the areas of spiritual oppression , poverty , disease , hunger , injustice , and ignorance. I have found my lost sheep. Prayer Focus Pray for the members of your family that they will be in right relationship with God.
Find abundance This is how: live now. Find abundance now. Write it ALL down daily, weekly, monthly; anchor it down onto paper! Fulfilment How can you give yourself and others full recognition and find fulfilment? What have they got to say? What direction do they want you to move?
Acknowledge what has been made possible already. Who lives there? Get to know each other! Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events at this time. Latest blogs Judge not! Mind healing Always be yourself Peace on earth How to get more clarity in life. Friends, there's a huge difference between desiring prosperity and excellence and being greedy.
The difference lies in the desire and the purpose of the desire. To desire to be rich, for example, can be a good or a bad thing.
Let me explain. People who genuinely desire to honor the Lord with their wealth will want to earn more so they can bless the Lord's work. They want to fund evangelistic mission trips, help church members find good jobs, and feed the poor in the community. That's a noble desire. People who want to be blessed for themselves, for example, just keep asking God to bless them without desiring to honor Him.
They may sound religious or spiritual, but they simply want the provisions for themselves. This is deceitful and wrong. Contentment and covetousness do not go together. Friends, being content is not equal to being lazy. Some people erroneously think that contentment means being happy with little even though there are a thousand ways to work and earn a better life.
While contentment surely means not complaining to God about our lot in life, it doesn't mean we should be lazy and just accept the circumstances around us. If God wanted us all to beg, then He wouldn't have given us the power to produce wealth see Deuteronomy If God wanted us to live in poverty, then Christ didn't have to become poor so that in Him we could become rich see 2 Corinthians God wants us to have the abundant life John , and we should not be content until we live the life He wants us to live: freed from sin, holy, righteous, and glorifying to Him.
Home Life Pixabay "Now godliness with contentment is great gain.