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The practice of mindfulness and self-reflection can have a tremendous impact on our spiritual growth and emotional wellness. By taking a moment to close our eyes, focus on the present, and honestly assess our feelings, we create space for self-awareness and self-compassion. Our current feelings, whether they are positive or negative, can be acknowledged in order to have a better understanding of who we are and what we have been through.

It is beneficial to approach our emotions during this process as if we were talking to a friend. By treating ourselves with the same decency, empathy, and support we would extend to others, we foster a sense of self-acceptance and enhance our mental health. Additionally, focusing our thoughts and feelings on a higher power enables us to seek guidance, solace, and assistance that is beyond our own capacity. It allows us to tap into a well of wisdom and strength that can lighten our burdens and provide direction for our lives.

As we go about our daily lives, we keep these principles in mind, but we also keep an open mind to any new concepts or feelings that may occur to us. We can better comprehend our emotions, access our inner resources, and pray for heavenly guidance by practicing self-reflection and mindfulness. By cultivating this connection with the divine and ourselves, we support growth on a personal level, resilience, and a deeper sense of well-being.


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Take a deep breath in through your nose and exhale out your mouth. Close your eyes and bring your mind to focus on the present. Let's take a moment to think about what you're feeling. For whatever reason, you may not be experiencing many positive emotions right now. How would you describe what you're feeling or not feeling right now? Say this aloud to yourself. Take as long as you need. If one of your friends were sharing these feelings with you, how would you respond? Talk to yourself as if you were talking to a friend. Now, direct your words to the higher power in your life. Share how you're feeling. If you feel so inclined, ask for help. Pause and listen for a moment. What thoughts come into your mind? Keep these thoughts close to your heart as you continue on with your day, and stay open to any other impressions that come your way.

Watching Now
Not Feeling It
Not Feeling It
Skylight • 02:36

The practice of mindfulness and self-reflection can have a tremendous impact on our spiritual growth and emotional wellness. By taking a moment to close our eyes, focus on the present, and honestly assess our feelings, we create space for self-awareness and self-compassion. Our current feelings, whether they are positive or negative, can be acknowledged in order to have a better understanding of who we are and what we have been through.

It is beneficial to approach our emotions during this process as if we were talking to a friend. By treating ourselves with the same decency, empathy, and support we would extend to others, we foster a sense of self-acceptance and enhance our mental health. Additionally, focusing our thoughts and feelings on a higher power enables us to seek guidance, solace, and assistance that is beyond our own capacity. It allows us to tap into a well of wisdom and strength that can lighten our burdens and provide direction for our lives.

As we go about our daily lives, we keep these principles in mind, but we also keep an open mind to any new concepts or feelings that may occur to us. We can better comprehend our emotions, access our inner resources, and pray for heavenly guidance by practicing self-reflection and mindfulness. By cultivating this connection with the divine and ourselves, we support growth on a personal level, resilience, and a deeper sense of well-being.


View Transcript
Take a deep breath in through your nose and exhale out your mouth. Close your eyes and bring your mind to focus on the present. Let's take a moment to think about what you're feeling. For whatever reason, you may not be experiencing many positive emotions right now. How would you describe what you're feeling or not feeling right now? Say this aloud to yourself. Take as long as you need. If one of your friends were sharing these feelings with you, how would you respond? Talk to yourself as if you were talking to a friend. Now, direct your words to the higher power in your life. Share how you're feeling. If you feel so inclined, ask for help. Pause and listen for a moment. What thoughts come into your mind? Keep these thoughts close to your heart as you continue on with your day, and stay open to any other impressions that come your way.


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