Tag Archives: self-help

Mental apps have terms & conditions

Be careful what apps you allow to be installed in your psyche! Don’t accept everything that pops up in your mental app store. When a tormenting app pops up in your mind, don’t agree with its terms & conditions. If … Continue reading

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Own-mind security protects against mind-hackers

Use own-mind security. Protect yourself against head-hackers that strive to drain your brain of common sense, corrupt your conscience, and blow up your belief system. Here are 4 own-mind security techniques can give you the moral fiber to help you … Continue reading

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Take a sorry safari . . .

Let the Holy Spirit guide you on a sorry safari and show you the shame, error, offense, and other wickedness lurking in the natural habitat of your heart. Discover the treacherous primeval forest that you carry inside yourself. (It’s a jungle … Continue reading

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An unmanaged mind is like

Unmanaged minds are everywhere, Swerving from side to side, Like a car being driven By a distracted driver, Only one close call Away from disaster. An unmanaged mind does to brain chemistry What an uncontrolled plane does to flying — … Continue reading

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There is none so bland as he who will not see . . .

Let the bland eyes see! Society hypes up the bland while suppressing and holding down life’s most exciting aspect — the splendor, magnificence, and creativity of God that surrounds us in nature and is suppressed in our minds and souls.  There … Continue reading

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Inner peace, joy, sincerity, contentment, & satisfaction . . .

Inner peace, joy, sincerity, Contentment, and satisfaction, Are rare qualities nowadays; Because they can’t be taught or bought. They’re caught and grown Within humble, honest hearts In touch with the sweetness And presence of God.

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Roundabout/Round Robin Meetings Release Creativity & Power

Roundabout/round robin meetings are powerful tools for being healed from life wounds, overcoming issues, and experiencing freedom and joy. (Some people call them support groups.) –The battle between good and evil is not nation against nation or law enforcement against … Continue reading

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