Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Chapter 2 Stripping Away Your Inhibitions Part 1

Search For God

Do you ever wonder if you are doing the right thing? When you learn how to strip away your inhibitions you will learn what your options are, and which ones are right for you to follow.

Take the ‘little leap’ of faith that let’s you understand that only God can decide what is right and what is wrong.

Many of us spend too much time trying to live by a set of rigid standards that inhibit us from discovering our true feelings. It’s important to have a moral set of standards by which we live our lives, but we shouldn’t be so set in our ways that we aren’t willing to explore new thoughts and formulate new patterns of behavior.

Stripping away our inhibitions starts with a question. Ask yourself why am I doing things this way? Ask yourself if there is a different and better way for me to think about my life and its purpose so that I can find more faith. Ask yourself if you are doing things in a certain way solely because of family traditions or because of religious background or because you truly believe in the code of conduct you are adhering to. If you are secure in your beliefs as they are now you probably wouldn’t be reading this to help you find more faith. Allow yourself to question why you do what you do and how you can expand upon good and worthwhile traditions and religious beliefs to help you find more faith. Open your heart to God.

Take the ‘little leap’ of faith that allows you to admit to yourself that there may be more than one way to find God.

These are excerpts from my book the “Faith Patch Manual.” You can preview the book by clicking on the link on the sidebar titled “Find More Faith In God” or by going to www.faith-patch.com.