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Monday, August 13, 2012

Embrace Your Spirituality: Remove Negative Habits & Addictions: Live Free...


Embrace Your Spirituality: Remove Negative Habits & Addictions: Live Free...



Building self-esteem is essential for confidence and success as a believer and Christian, and it all begins with you. Of all the thoughts and mental judgments you make in life, none are as important as the ones you continue to make and portray to others about yourself.  With some measure of self-worth, life can be extremely successful, without it, your life is on the other end of the spectrum and may be enormously painful.  This book was written to help you visualize who you are in GOD, the greatest Spirit in the Universe and how that relationship can dramatically change how you feel about yourself and others. You will learn how to recognize the importance of learning self-acceptance and how acceptance of JESUS CHRIST and the Holy Spirit is important to nurturing your sense of self. You were created in the image of the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and ending of everything that was ever made, once you acknowledge that and begin to believe it and confess it, “The Sky is the Limit” and I mean that literally.  Your self-worth and ideas of what is most important in life will change and you will be a success in everything affecting you personally and professionally.  Your focus will change to the eternal future with your immortal spiritual self instead of the fake life that you are living in a mortal body that is destined to death and decay.  Eternal life with GOD, JESUS CHRIST and the Holy Spirit will become forefront in your thoughts and your sense of self-worth will become your major focus, not negative, self-destructive, addictive behavior and actions that will lead to your ultimate immortal demise in a place where no spirit should have to live eternally.  Remember, you are spiritual as well physical.  “So GOD created humans in His image.  In the image of GOD He created them. He created them male and female.” Genesis 1:27 GWT You were formed in the [1]image of GOD. 





[1] Genesis 1 - http://gwt.scripturetext.com/genesis/1.htm


How You Will Benefit From This Book:

  •   Learn How to Create Positive Self-Expectations

  •   Start Setting Goals of What You Want from Life

  •   Develop Self-Talk Affirmations to Build Self-Esteem

  •   Identify Who You are to Become More Positive Using GOD’S Words

  •  Learn How to [1]Meditate and [2]Pray Effectively

What Is Covered In This Book:

  •    Knowing Who You are in GOD/JESUS CHRIST with the Holy Spirit

  •    Putting Yourself at Ease by Meditating in GOD’S Words

  •    Believing in Yourself and Your Abilities

  •    Removing Distorted Thinking with Meditative Affirmations

  •    Thinking Positive Thoughts and Making Positive Comments Daily

  •    Developing Internal Self-Esteem via the Holy Spirit

  •    Wiping out Worry with Positive Thinking via GOD’S Words and Prayer
  •    Confessing Your Deliverance until You are Living it!

  •    Projecting Self-Confidence in Your Personal and Professional Life

  •    Praising and Thanking GOD for Your Results Daily


     Christian Meditation is a form of prayer in which a structured attempt is made to get in touch with and deliberately reflect upon the revelations of GOD. The word meditation comes from the Latin word meditārī, which has a range of meanings including to reflect on, to study and to practice. Christian meditation is the process of deliberately focusing on specific thoughts (such as a bible passage) and reflecting on their meaning in the context of the love of GOD.


     Christian meditation aims to heighten the personal relationship based on the love of GOD that marks Christian communion. It is the middle level in a broad three-stage characterization of prayer: it involves more reflection than first level vocal prayer, but is more structured than the multiple layers of contemplation in Christianity.


     In Aspects of Christian meditation, the Holy See warned of potential incompatibilities in mixing Christian and non-Christian styles of meditation. In 2003, in A Christian reflection on the New Age the Vatican announced that "the Church avoids any concept that is close to those of the New Age".


    Prayer is a form of religious practice that seeks to activate a volitional rapport to a deity through deliberate practice. Prayer may be either individual or communal and take place in public or in private. It may involve the use of words or song. When language is used, prayer may take the form of a hymn, incantation, formal creed, or a spontaneous utterance in the praying person. There are different forms of prayer such as petitionary prayer, prayers of supplication, thanksgiving, and worship/praise. Prayer may be directed towards a deity, spirit, deceased person, or lofty idea, for the purpose of worshipping, requesting guidance, requesting assistance, confessing sins or to express one's thoughts and emotions. Thus, people pray for many reasons such as personal benefit or for the sake of others.


     Most major religions involve prayer in one way or another. Some ritualize the act of prayer, requiring a strict sequence of actions or placing a restriction on who is permitted to pray, while others teach that prayer may be practiced spontaneously by anyone at any time. Scientific studies regarding the use of prayer have mostly concentrated on its effect on the healing of sick or injured people. The efficacy of petition in prayer for physical healing to a deity has been evaluated in numerous studies, with contradictory results. There has been some criticism of the way the studies were conducted.





[1] Meditation - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_meditation
[2] Prayer - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prayer



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