DAILY SPIRITUAL NUGGETS: 31 Days of Setting Intentions Day 2 “Creating Open Spaces”

DAILY SPIRITUAL NUGGETS:  31 Days of Setting Intentions Day 2  “Creating Open Spaces”

Meditative Thought:  Setting intentions means opening our consciousness and creating space to grow.  We must be willing to release our old ideas so that we may have new experiences on our spiritual walk.  Our intentions set into motion the clearing away of old paradigms that not longer serve us.  It is the open space that gives us breathing room so that new and powerful transformative work can take place.  When we set the intention to be more, there must be a willingness to ask the question, “What must I release? What must I become?”  The intention to transform is the intention to become more.

Spiritual Assignment:  Today, set aside everything you think you know about your journey so that you are open and free to have a new and fresh experience in God.  Use the ‘set aside prayer.’ “May I set aside everything I think I know about … (fill in the blank) so that I may have a new experience.”  Be willing to release everything that no longer serves you.  Create a space for transformation.

Affirmation:  Just for this moment…. just for this breath, I am a new experience in the mind of God.  My life is a fresh idea that blesses the planet.  Amen.

Skip Jennings, ALSP, CPT
Licensed Spiritual Counselor/Personal Fitness Trainer/Transformation Coach

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