Good advice. Not everybody has profound personal spiritual experiences. No one can experience what I experience and vice versa. Ultimately, whatever experience we do or don’t have is between the individual and whatever God there is alone. 125 more words
Tags » Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
I’ve always been a writer, but I didn’t realize it until 4 years ago when I broke and began blogging out of necessity to live. I quite literally felt like I would die if I didn’t express myself, even at the great risk of exposing myself to further judgment and hurt…and boy did it. 707 more words
I just read (and would highly recommend) Peter Scazzero‘s Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: It’s Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature, While Remaining Emotionally Immature.
Scazzero suggests, “What most don’t understand is that growth into maturity in Christ requires us to go through the Wall: 181 more words
There’s a little girl I know who likes to make up stories. Her nose gets a little scrunched up and her eyes twinkle and the pitch of her voices raises several notches and I know what she’s telling me isn’t grounded in reality. 683 more words
I’m a severely introverted and reserved person. These days, in person, I’m unlikely to impress you. I don’t emote much. Whatever I’m feeling (and I feel the full spectrum of emotion with deep intensity) this is probably all you’re going to get. 564 more words
A timely and much needed book! As an emotional person, I grew up afraid to dabble in the tumultuous seas of my emotions: in short, I was afraid to unveil and see myself for who I really am with all the messiness and filth. 58 more words