Maintain Good Spiritual Health

Thursday, March 5, 2009

To have good spiritual health, read the article below. Learn to Glorify God for all He will do and has done in your life. Avoid sabotaging your relationship with people and God by using faith in all areas of your life.

Have a good relationship with yourself. The only person that knows the best way to develop a close self-relationship is you. Some ways that often work are; keeping a journal and writing your feelings, writing poetry or short stories, take personality quizzes, and talking to yourself in a positive way.
Pray and talk to the Lord or whoever you worship. Before you go to bed each night, take a few minutes to send a few effective prayers up to heaven. Attend church on a regular basis if possible, and keep in contact with and be sure you have accepted the Lord Jesus if your call yourself a Christian, and show your love for God by helping the least of his children.
Read a lot. Try to study new topics and try new things, this is not only to exercise your mind but also to improve your intelligence.
Meditate Meditating is an important way to maintain good spiritual health. Most people prefer to meditate in the morning after they wake up, before bed, and/or after getting home from work or school.
Deep breathing sessions. Have a time of day were you turn off all the TV's, iPods, and computers and just breath deeply. It's a good time to come in contact with your inner thoughts and feelings.
Listen to your inner voice and follow your gut. What is your inner voice telling you? It's usually the right decision. Stick with your gut, don't do something you may regret.
Laugh a lot and sing aloud to your favorite song. These simple things can really improve the way you feel towards yourself and life in general.
Don't take anything for granted. Pretend like you are seeing the world for the first time, explore nature. Try doing things with a blindfold such as: watching a movie, talking to a friend, or playing with a pet. It helps you to realize how well you have it.
Do something for someone else everyday. Whether its paying someone a compliment, giving money to charity, or helping someone carry their books, it will make you feel good with the added bonus of making someone else feel good too!
Watch or read something uplifting. Watch an uplifting movie or read an inspirational story! Whatever floats your boat.

Smile and laugh -- be full of God's spirit and His great energy in your life...
Develop self confidence.
Let more warmth and love into your close relationships.
Be nice to people.

1 comments:

Usiku (oo-SEE-koo) said...

You said: Listen to your inner voice and follow your gut. What is your inner voice telling you? It's usually the right decision.

I agree completely. Our intuition is probably the greatest resource we have since it is a spirit-based, spirit-driven awareness and intelligence provided to be our guide especially in the midst of so many potential distractions.

See a few more brief thoughts on Intuition

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