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    On Feb 22, 2013 aj wrote:

     "Thinking deeply" is not only a wise thing to do, it's a healthy thing to do.
    When I struggled with intense anxiety, I learned that stillness/rest/quiet thought was key to my recovery and proper function.  Sitting VERY DIFFICULT for me, in our "to do" culture/world.  Additionally, "perfection" was something I thought (church/family goal) I needed to achieve for God's favor.  This notion, thru prayer/meditation I learned is incorrect.  Doing . . . doing . . . doing . . . left my soul VOID, my body tired and my mind dull.  
    Meditation leads to . . . rest . . . good decision making . . . connections to God and self . . . clearer vision . . . truths/reality revealed . . . magnifies . . . opens us up . . . renews . . . sharpens  . . . quiets nerve endings . . . grows awareness . . . invigorates
    Very much enjoy Awakin!  You give me things to meditate on!  Blessings

     
        


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