Why and How to Do Surrender Meditation

You Can't Expect God to Score for YouWhy and How to Do: Surrender Meditation

You cannot expect God to help you score a goal (change your life for the better) if you don’t surrender control of your life to God—if you don’t give God the ball and let God call all the plays for you.

That’s why your prayer power is directly correlated with how completely, how consistently, and how long you have surrendered control to God within you. Continue reading “Why and How to Do Surrender Meditation”

Surrender is When Prayers are Answered

Surrender is When Prayers are AnsweredSurrender is When Prayers are Answered

If the only voice you’re listening to is your own, you’ll always be limited by your present limitations; which is why you can’t really change your life for the better without at least one, enlightened, trustworthy source of guidance and direction.

When you pray, you are wisely asking God to be that beneficial source. But how can you expect God to help you score a goal (or all your goals) for you—if you don’t hand over control—if you don’t give God the ball and let God call all the plays—if you don’t gratefully Co-Create with the Creator Source of all life? Continue reading “Surrender is When Prayers are Answered”

You Can’t Point a Mind that Cannot Be One-Pointed

You Can't Point a Mind that Cannot Be One-Pointed
You Can’t Point a Mind that Cannot Be Pointed

A modern multitasking lifestyle is a large challenge for anyone who wants to be able to focus on one task at a time. Being mindful, and thus staying in the here and now as needed, can be practically impossible for a busy person—let alone for someone who also regrets the past and/or worries about the future at times.

The more you regret, the more you worry, the more stressed and distracted you become—and the less focused on the task at hand you may soon find yourself. Performance in any area suffers when you’re not paying it full attention—which can be extremely dangerous on an assembly line, the road, or in front of a stove. Continue reading “You Can’t Point a Mind that Cannot Be One-Pointed”