Because we don’t completely comprehend God and His methods of loving us, we don’t always perceive His private instruction. When we tune in to the Spirit’s Voice, we will hear declarations of support, tenderness, knowledge, and even warning. Are we listening? Are we heeding?
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In our previous article, we discussed some misconceptions about mindfulness and how these can influence our trajectories and final outcomes in relation to faith crisis. In this installment, we hope to outline some transformative concepts that are often taught by mindfulness practitioners who are also fully believing Christians.
Many who have experienced near-death experiences share a similar memory of a powerful, all consuming light. Here's how a few of them have described it.
When things hurt inside, there are two ways most of us end up responding - often without even thinking: First, we frequently try to make the pain go away. And second, we resign ourself to the pain. That’s true of depression and anxiety. And it’s true of faith crisis too, which is why mindfulness provides such a refreshing alternative on the path to spiritual peace.
Elder Ronald A. Rasband and his wife, Sister Melanie Rasband, hosted a Face to Face event for young adults on Sunday, Sept. 13, at 6 p.m. MDT. In case you missed it, click here to watch the full event, which was broadcast from Goshen, Utah on the Church's replica set of ancient Jerusalem.
“Did you notice how quiet Margo was at Relief Society? I wonder if she’s okay.” I, of course, had been at the same meeting, interacted equally with Margo, and not noticed anything awry. I later found out that earlier that week Margo had learned that her husband was having an affair. How did Sheri know? What could she see that I clearly had missed?