Though I am spiritual instead of religious, I’d like to start using Matthew 7:24-27, a segment Matthew writes as being spoken by Jesus concerning clinic: Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand. The rain cam down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell with a fantastic crash.
First, I certainly don’t imply my words; “ I mean the words you hear and believe in your own heart, the words that talk to you and your spirit, the words spoken directly from Source to youpersonally. Second, Twenty One Pilots Contest am not calling anyone foolish; however, each one of us gets our turn at practicing foolishness at one time or another. That is just part of the learning and growing expertise, whether we like it or not. Third, as I opened with, knowing something is not the same as practicing it; and practice really does make advancement. It forms the solid rock foundation of self-trust and trust in origin, even or especially if we feel ourselves briefly in the valley instead of on the mountaintop.
How do you learn or train to practice what’s going to improve you or your daily experience of life? You begin by deciding what it is you wish to practice, say,“Pick inner peace.” You likely don’t need to wait to have an adventure where this option would be a good clinic, and you forget, maybe for a day, week, month or longer, as emotions run strong. Once you’re calmer, you recall you did make that choice. You think on this, possibly admonish yourself for denying, which I don’t recommend. I prefer a gentle reminder like,“Alright, I forgot to keep in mind that time; but eventually I shall remember my pick.” Maybe you forget a couple more times before a day, when triggered, you do remember and say to yourself,“New app: Pick inner peace” You figure out the best way to do that and put it into practice. Please keep in mind that practice doesn’t mean”perfect” It means training.
Every time, it gets easier to select it, which is, to practice your decision, to engage your new app, even if following through presents challenges that request different or more inner work, insight, and imagination on your part. As you practice, you are feeling that your development and private power, in addition to your connection with yourself and Source move up a notch. And it feels good. It seems right. You find you listen for other chances to practice your selection, or other opportunities to earn similar valuable choices. The new practice, and the evolution it triggers in you, starts to feel more natural, more comfortable than not evolving or practicing, despite obstacles.