Want to make your life better? It may seem like you can do so by simply getting more of what you want – such as an exciting job, a loving spouse and children, strong health, or the money to buy a bigger home or newer car. Enjoying the best life possible isn’t about what you can get, however; it’s about what directs your life. That’s because whatever force has first place in your life will drive your decisions and shape your future.
If you decide to make your relationship with God first in your life, everything else will naturally fall into place in the right order, creating the fulfilling life you hope to enjoy.
Take an honest look at your current priorities. Reflect on your life right now to consider what factors most determine how you choose to live. Where are you investing most of your time, money, and energy? Which relationships and activities do you devote yourself to every day? Where do you currently place God on your list of priorities? If your relationship with God isn’t your top priority right now, what specific changes do you need to make in your life to devote yourself to God first?
Recognize that stress of chaos versus the blessings of order. The more you try to make your life better by pursuing your own desires, the more your desires will spin out of control, creating stressful and frustrating chaos in your life. But the more you pursue a closer relationship with God above all else, the better you’ll be able to distinguish between what’s truly important and what’s merely urgent, freeing yourself up to receive more of the blessings God wants to send you. || Micah 6:8 || He has made it clear to you, mortal man, what is good and what the LORD is requiring from you— to act with justice, to treasure the LORD’s gracious love, and to walk humbly in the company of your God.
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Hey my lil’ hunnies💗💗 I’m baaack🙋♀️ Going to keep it short and sweet, I hope you are all enjoying a fabulous festive month & not getting too stressed over anything! That includes diet, gifts, work... ANYTHING!
A quick reminder that your health and happiness is important & enjoying time with those you love is worth more than the perfect gift or how many calories you eat.
Lots of love🌸✨❤️💛
This week we brought our first semester of KCsoc to a close with a brilliant session on Yoga & Meditation facilitated by our brilliant guest speakers Jesal and Nishi Pankhania.
In this session, Jesal and Nishi shared with us some vedic practices that can be used to nourish our body, mind and soul
First, we learnt the meaning of the term yoga which originated from the sanskrit language and it means to ‘CONNECT’. We also learnt that there are 8 limbs of yoga and in the session we covered Ashtanga yoga, Pranayama yoga and Bhakti Yoga.
Nishi shared with us how we can nourish our BODY by leading us through a powerful sequence of Chandra Namaskar also known as Moon Salutations.This powerful sequence of postures can help us to become grounded and rejuvenated-not to mention the incredible benefits that these yogic postures can have on us physiologically.
Next, Jesal led us in some guided Pranayama yoga to help us to nourish our MIND. As Jesal has mentioned in previous sessions, the breath is the interface between the mind and the body and so by engaging in pranayama yoga and controlling our breath we are able to cause change in the state of our mind. Jesal taught us the kapalabhati breathing technique which can use to stimulate and focus our mind and on the other hand he taught us the bhramari technique which we can use to soothe and calm our mind.
Finally, Jesal shared with how we can feed our SOUL through the practice of Bhakti Yoga-specifically Maha Mantra meditation. We learnt the incredible benefits of meditation as a daily practice in order to help us tap into our true potential and connect with ourselves on a soul level-our true identity. Together we then had a session of meditation which was really powerful and was a great way to end the semester amidst the chaos of deadlines and exams.
A big thanks to Jessal and Nishi
A big thanks to Ricky & Jesal for doing the talks and we are so grateful they take the time out of their busy schedules
A big thank you to the members
looking forward to another amazing semester. Lots of exciting things planned
Meanwhile check out what Jesal and Ricky are up to: +Jesal’s blog/fb
+ Food for all Fb page