Day 17: Mindfulness and Meditation: Keep It Simple

Day 17 Keep It Simple

K.I.S.S., Keep It Simple Sister! Well… that’s not exactly what the acronym stands for, but it works! I’m the type of person who likes to go in depth when reading my bible; sometimes this is good, but at other times it is a hindrance to what I’m actually supposed to be doing. When it is time for certain mindfulness activities I struggle with wanting to fall into the habit of wanting to tap into my analytical side. For an ISTJ, Green-Gold personality like myself, the act of mindfulness is sometimes a fight against one’s self.

For those who also struggle with remaining quiet before the Lord and allowing His Holy Spirit to speak into the silence, here is a simple method from a short blog post written by Jared White. Sometimes keeping mindfulness and meditation simple is the best way to approach your practice. When we keep it simple we are more likely to make it a part of our daily spiritual discipline.

Mindfulness Action

Check out the blog post by Jared White. If you are struggling with spending time in silence before the Lord, give his technique a try.

http://jaredwhite.com/essays/here-is-a-simple-christian-mindfulness-technique-you-can-use-every-day

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