Manage the Practice of Saying “Yes”
In our spiritual journey, we’re often encouraged to say “yes” to everything, to be more positive and open to life’s opportunities.
But if a “yes” is not in your best interests or those of any other parties involved, just automatically saying it can become a problem.
For instance, if you’re the kind of person that says “yes” all the time, you may wind up feeling overwhelmed, overburdened or taken advantage of. These feelings are often counterproductive, both in your spiritual practice and in your relationships.
So if you have trouble saying “no,” then maybe just try not to say “yes”so often.
Wishing You Peace & Blessings
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