What Actions Can You Take Today?

LET GO of what you cannot control.

Why is this important?

It allows you to FOCUS on the things  you can control.

What can you control?

You can control how you will react and the actions you will take.

This is particularly important in today’s environment.

It is difficult but very helpful to let go of your fear, anxiety, worry.

They do not serve you.

Yes, acknowledge them.

Feel them.

Then let them go.

I do this as part of my Centering Prayer practice.

I do this by brisk walking.

Say to yourself.

I can handle this.

I will get through this.

I will reach out to friends and family virtually.

Who can I help?

What new things can I do and create now?

What tasks do I need to get done today?

I can follow the social distance guidelines and other parameters my local community has put in place.

Take time to laugh and talk with others.

Take time to safely walk if you can get out.

Don’t focus on what you cannot control.

Focus on what you can control.

Much love to you all.

Contact me here and let me know what actions you can take today.

 

Are you a leader or member within a church looking for ways to stay connected in today’s COVID-19 world?

I would love to tell you about this virtual opportunity via Zoom.

Now more than ever we need to quiet our racing and anxious minds.

I am currently conducting Introduction to Centering Prayer sessions via Zoom for church congregations.

Contact me here to learn more information.

 

I often end my Centering Prayer practice with the use of a Prayer rope before I resume my daily duties. I own both a prayer rope and prayer bracelet from Prayer Bracelet that I use as part of my Jesus Prayer practice.

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