burdening the mind

If Your Mind Were a Front Yard

God said:

You keep too much in your head. Let your mind be clear. Clear the debris, and your life will be simpler.

Do you not desire a simpler life? One with fewer details? What was life in the Garden of Eden but simple? The Garden of Eden was a garden, not a jungle overrun with all manner of thoughts. Make your mind a Garden of Eden. Clear your path.

When did your mind become a garden shed that had to house garden tools you'll never use? What is it you need, beloved children, but to clear the shed and restore its space and, therefore, its usefulness to you?

If Your Mind Were Your Donkey

God said:

What is on your mind now?

The expression "on your mind" connotes a burden. How about having something wonderful on your mind that connotes joy? If what is presently on your mind is heavy, remove it like a backpack. Put it down. You don't ever have to pick it up again, or, if you must, then invite a solution, and have joy in finding a solution or resolution. If you cannot find a good solution, at least resolve it in your mind. Do not overload your mind. Your mind is meant for much more than carrying burdens.

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