Staying focused on mad voices can get you stress relief when you discover that mad voices are the answer to your prayers. Mary was looking for stress relief but all she could hear were mad voices.
Let me explain.
These voices over the years became louder and louder. Mary thought that these voices she heard were evil enemies that came to destroy her.
After Mary started her regular meditation practice and with some facilitation she realized that these mad voices were merely messages. These messages provided answers to burning questions that Mary had been asking.
So what is the moral of the story?
When you pray or ask question, you will always get an instant answer. Unfortunately answers or messages usually come disguised as hard work, mad voice, images etc. So the secret is to be able to understand the forms in which you’re answers are given to you. I guess it is a test of your faith.** “If you’ve enjoyed this article, please be sure to forward it to a friend.” Copyrighted Change Perspective and Empty Your Cup® 2000-2007. All full copyright rights are reserved by Change Perspective and Empty Your Cup®. Other bloggers and journalists are allowed to excerpt and link to posts (as is common with bloggers,) as full credit/attribution is given to Empty Your Cup.com/Stress relief blog.com and Change Perspective. Other bloggers and journalists are
allowed to excerpt and link to posts (as is common with bloggers,) as full credit/attribution is given to Empty Your Cup.com/ Stress Relief Blog.com and Change Perspective. Cecil McIntosh, The EYC™ Stress Relaxation Expert with 14 years of experience helping Entrepreneurs like you, stay focused, get more done and find more time, so that you can live in the moment. He is a published author of many audio Relaxation Programs using accelerated learning approaches and a Teacher, NLP Trainer and Coach. You can reach Cecil at email@example.com
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