My name is Rev. Deborah Overfield. I am a Reverend, Spiritual Healer, Teacher Aide, and Natural Health Practitioner. I am taking Seminary courses working toward my degree in Ministry. I chose to take Dr. of Metaphysics in continuing from Master of Metaphysics. I heal using metaphysics. Everyday in every way something amazes me and I look forward everyday to get up and see what the day brings. What a difference a day makes.
Everything about the course is useful and worth the knowing. In this essay I will talk about a few parts that are of top interest to me. They are emotions, prayer and purpose.
Everyone can learn how to control negative emotions, especially anger so that it does not become stuck energy within the body. When this energy becomes stuck or blocked within the body dis-ease or illness results. Forgiveness is the most important part of this healing. Forgiveness and repentance is the most important part of freedom from these emotions. We can choose how we live, how we feel by our intentions. Everyday we get up we need to set our intentions for our day. This way we stay focused on what we choose our life to be. Emotions really means energy in motion. Every time we feel a negative emotion we need to work through it and then let it go. Do not harbor the negative emotions. Instead replace them with a positive. Replace all negative statements with positive statements. Your life will become what you believe and intend. Live on purpose.
Prayer is talking to God. If our lives are centered in Jesus and we our living for him, then our life will reflect a life of praying without ceasing, as the Bible instructs. Prayer is also includes our intent. Prayer is praise, thanks, confession, our spiritual conversation with God. We are to put our whole soul and attention in our prayer. Make it a personal prayer. Reading a written prayer by someone else can and may be ok if it is deeply heart felt, but we should be praying our original personal thoughts and feelings. Strengthen your prayer through our faith in the Lord. Always forgiving others and honest living.
What is your purpose in this life? Do you live on purpose? Living on purpose is setting your intentions for your life. Creating goals. Living in the now. Learning from the past and letting it go. Our founding Fathers had it right. Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. This is purposeful living. Living a life we intend, hurting and harming no one, perusing our goals (life purpose) with a joyful heart. This is the key to happiness. When you walk you talk, and commit to living true to your purpose amazing things begin to happen. Synchronicity, miracles, accomplishing the goals we set out for, and more. We need to ask ourselves what can I contribute? How do I want to be remembered when I’m no longer here in this life? What do I want to accomplish? And last but not least how may I be of service to others? People who live on purpose have a sense of aliveness and positive energy and make a difference in the world around them.
Live a life of meaning and intention with God the center and being first in your life and miraculous things will continue to happen. As Jesus into your heart today and live for him. Without God life has no purpose, and without purpose life has no meaning. Without meaning, life has no significance or hope.
What do you desire. Nothing is difficult that is wholly desired .If you are God centered then you are living for God. You have a Holy purpose, and with this power miracles happen.
I am seeing miracles happen ,synchronicity, and even a better knowing, that connection with God. The angles are always there to help guide , guard and protect me. They help me to accomplish my purpose here on earth. I can truly say now that life is fun. Fun is a way of life not an activity. Your life becomes what you believe.
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