"17. How precious to me are your thoughts, O God! How vast is the sum of them!
18. If I would count them, they are more than the sand. I awake, and I am still with you."
How often do we take time to get quiet? How many times do we say to ourselves that we will be sure to take care of ourselves but yet we find another reason to hold off because...something else is "more important"?
We go go go and rush rush rush and at the end of the day instead of being grateful for what we did accomplish, we find ourselves writing our to do list for the next day. The list is never ending and we are tired. How long will it take before we realize that we are depleting ourselves little by little?
How many of you have heard the story of how to boil a frog?
You do it slowly. By the time it realizes it's in hot water, it's about dead. Little by little the water heats up and it never knew or felt the heat until it ws too late.
Don't be a frog!
I knew I always hated frogs for some reason. LOL
You can't do anyone any good if you are not healthy and whole.
Being full of good health and energy is something I've worked on for most of my life. I've found that when I am fully in tune with my body, my spirit, and my thoughts I can achieve amazing things. When I am tired, run down, and not feeling my best, I get irritable. I am short tempered and my thoughts are not coming from a place of peace. This wears the body down and literally creates death in the body in more ways than I can explain in a short blog.
Action brings thoughts. Thoughts bring experience, and experience brings emotion. When your are in tune with what's going on physically, mentally, and spiritually and feel those emotions on a regular basis change happens. Meaning...when you practice becoming self aware, change your negative thought patterns on a regular daily basis, it will become easier and you will begin to notice a change in your body and health.
For more on this topic of the mind body connection, stay tuned for my YouTube channel launching in late March.