A Healing Prayer
"Thank you for giving me the strength and courage to forgive the people and situations that are haunting my soul tonight. Thank you for surrounding my heart with comfort and healing and giving me the capacity to cut the ties and let go. Thank you for helping me know that this situation is being resolved and cleared as I sleep. Thank you for helping me be at peace so I can move forward with a light heart."
A Healing Prayer
Negative emotion is one of the biggest energy drains we are constantly faced with.
The other day I was asking one of my good friends what she thought about some of my new advertising that said "Emotional Healing Made Easy." She said, "If I'm an average person and I read, 'emotional healing' the first thing I think is, 'hmm I don't need that." The problem is, we do!
Our emotions have a profound affect on our energy levels and how well we are able to function in all areas of our lives! Yet this is a fact that most people don't realize.
Unresolved emotional baggage actually affects you just like extra programs, spam, and viruses affect your computer.
I just read this article in “The Certain Way” Ezine and it really made me think about how often we MAKE ourselves work harder, do more, push push push, when we’re feeling tired, overwhelmed, angry, resentful, or just plain worn out. This article sure makes you think about the value of “working more and working harder” when you are already feeling overwhelmed, afraid, desperate, discouraged, etc. It also might invite you to consider certain types of questions like…
- Why am I doing all of this?
- What is my intention in trying to do it all? Am I afraid of losing everything? Am I afraid I’ll have no value if I don’t do it?
I loved this article because it’s designed to help you see the value in being clear emotionally and mentally before you try to “do more, run faster, push harder” to make changes you might feel are necessary in your life. I also thought it was an excellent explanation for those days when you feel you “ran all day” and you still came home thinking, “I’ve been running all day, I’m wiped out, and I feel like I didn’t get anything done!”
I hope you enjoy the article. I know it’s a little long but it’s thought provoking and I think you will find it worth the time. I sure did!