The Inner Circle is a safe space to pursue your personal and spiritual growth. Since 2015, we have been a blog, but now we're also sharing audio recordings for your listening pleasure! Enjoy, and be encouraged to build a life you are proud of. Follow Abiola on social @abxola.
Did you know that Team “No Days Off” and Team “Self-Care” have more in common than we think? They both focus on the physical — what we are (or are not) doing. But REAL rest is bigger than that, it’s bigger than finding a balance in the physical. It starts in the spiritual, and you can access it today.
This is a concept I preached recently at church, and I’m excited to finally share it with you, my Inner Circle. For more content to inspire your spiritual journey, visit abiola.me. Instagram: @abxola
So it makes sense that in May, Mental Health Awareness month, we lean in. It makes sense that we take extra special care to feed our souls and protect our minds in the process. Navigating our mental health can sometimes feel like a minefield. This year, I’ve juggled multiple responsibilities, being stretched beyond my mental and physical capacity. And while I’ve not won every battle, these five tips have helped me to thrive even when I thought that I had run out of options.
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Sometimes bitterness and jealousy are reasonable. By this he meant that sometimes we have a valid reason, and it’s logical to have negative feelings towards someone.
But all because it’s reasonable or logical, doesn’t make it okay. It doesn’t confirm that you’re on the right path, only God does that. This was major for someone like me, because I learned that logic and “what works” for others is not always the right path for us.
Logic and reason only get you so far, there’s something that goes beyond them… something spiritual.
In this first audio blog we talk about why the concept of "I'm stronger than I think" isn't always helpful. To read the transcript of this podcast, with all associated Bible verses, visit www.abiola.me/blog/stronger. You can also get tips on journalling discussed on the website. Follow Abiola on Instagram & Twitter @abxola