I like dealing a lot with self help strategies. Have you ever found yourself unable to stop thinking about something? Maybe it’s a difficult situation or you’re feeling upset or angry. Whatever it is, it can be challenging to deal with. Below are five simple tips, with a religious focus, that may help you work through these difficult moments and learn to “walk it out”. If you’re not religious, don’t worry – tips #2 and #3 are still relevant.
Tip #1: Live by the Holy Spirit Opening yourself to the Holy Spirit’s guidance can be powerful. Trusting in this higher power can lead you in the right direction.
Tip #2: Make all decisions in light of eternity When making decisions, think about how they will affect you and those around you in the future. Even a few days, months, or years from now can make a big difference. By considering the long-term implications, many decisions become less significant. This principle can help you let go of things that might be bothering you in the moment.
Tip #3: Be consistent One of my heroes, Bruce Lee, once taught, “Be as water”. This means flowing with life as it comes and goes, while also trying to remain consistent. Allow yourself to adapt to change, but don’t lose sight of your values and priorities.
Tip #4: Humble yourself before God In James 5:6, it is written, “For yet a little while, and the wicked shall not be: yea, thou shalt diligently consider his place, and it shall not be. But the meek shall inherit the earth; and shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace.” This is a reminder to remain humble and trust in something greater than yourself.
Tip #5: Rely on God’s grace and love Finally, in Romans 8:28 and Galatians 6:9, it is said that we should trust in God rather than our own understanding. Remember that you are not alone and that you can rely on God’s grace and love to help you through tough times.
I hope these self help strategies help and I may post other blogs with other strategies I’ve personally used, later on.
If you’re interested in learning more about religious principles or other self-help techniques, be sure to check out the archived blog posts at http://realmofwriting.net/category/archived/. And for a fun and interesting read about Bruce Lee, check out this external link: https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/bruce-lee-quotes.