Welcome to The Promise of Christmas, Holistic Faith Lifestyle’s Guided Advent Meditation Series for 2019! This series will help you set an intention for the season and guard it with peace.
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Here are the Holistic Faith Meditations themes for Advent 2019!
Why Do Advent Meditation?
This Advent Meditation series is designed to help you pad your time with safe boundaries, a sense of margin and Sabbath attitude within a very hectic season.
It is very difficult to slide into the season after our mind, body, and spirit are stretched too thin and then call for a quick time out. We need to establish guardrails now!
Just ahead there is a warm and cozy refuge, full of tender memory-making, with you using all 5 senses to be present in the moment, looking for cheer in every smile, and sharing hope where joy seems lost. It isn’t hard to find. We’ve already been given the map within the promise of Christmas!
By planting the Promise of Christmas in our hearts we can thrive during the holidays and carry a centered focus with us into the new year!
Observing Advent encourages us to:
- Check into the present
- Remember the past
- Look forward with hope
And if you’re familiar with meditation, you know it is a natural fit for supporting these intentions! Advent Meditation will not only protect our intention of staying grounded in the true meaning of Christmas, but it also builds in needed time for quiet reflection.