Silent, Quietness, and Gathering Thoughts

Sometimes we have to get into a quiet place so that we’re able to gather our thoughts. We can hear clearer when we’re silent. No noise, distractions, just meditation. We can hear what God has to say when we’re in silence.We’re able to concentrate on the good things that surround us. There’s times when the birds will stop chirping as if they’re aware that we need our quiet time. Setting aside some time to reflect is important. It removes us from the chaos and it offers us peace. Peace that so many of us need.

Turn off the lights if need be and close the door so that the sounds are shut off. Reflecting is needed so that we’re able to release some stress. We need to release some of our thoughts as well. Thinking too much can create problems for us but if we’re in a quiet space. We can hear the words from our Heavenly Father. Quietness can help us regroup. We can think of ways that will create better living for us. It’s hard to gather thoughts when there’s so much going on around us. We won’t be effective if our thoughts are running over and if we’re under tremendous stress.

Shutting our phones down and turning off the television will help keep things quiet. Setting aside some quiet time before the children arrive home from school is a great way to relax. When we’re relaxed we’re able to get a lot accomplished. When the quietness finds its way to us we need to grab a hold of it and utilize the time needed in order to uplift us. Not everyone is able to set aside quiet time because their lives are filled with so much chaos. Chaos can disrupt our lives in such a way that we become consumed with health issues.

If you’re in a position to be silent then that’s something one should try to do. Too much noise can make us irritable and that can create more issues for us. We certainly need time to relax and we also need time to ponder. We should set aside at least 15 minuets each day and think about something peaceful. Peacefulness is a blessing and we should cherish it. Remove all the those thoughts that will make us upset and replace them with thoughts or “prosperity.”

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