In the hectic whirlwind of our daily lives, finding moments of peace and stillness can sometimes feel like an impossible feat.
In this weeks The Permission to Pause podcast, we dig into the sweet sounding concept of embracing carefree moments and how they can bring about a sense of freedom and peace in our lives.
Although sometimes not easy to capture, carefree moments can be found in various aspects of our lives, be it a place, a situation, the company of certain people, or even a specific body position. I this episode I share a personal experience of feeling carefree. These special moments can be found in embracing life’s pauses and casting our cares on Jesus. To truly experience carefree moments, it requires intention and a willingness to let go of worries and obligations. Our never-ending to-do lists and expectations often contribute to a sense of being care-filled rather than carefree. Embracing carefree moments is not only an invitation from the Lord but also a commandment. By casting all our cares, anxieties, and worries on Him, we can free our minds and find the peace and joy that come with letting go. So often, we need to be reminded that rest is not a luxury but a necessity for our overall well-being.
I hope you will listen in and share some feedback with me about when YOU FEEL MOST CAREFREE!!
Lastly I want to remind you about A Sacred Rest Quest retreat coming up next month. Rest Quest is a very special time of self care and spiritual refreshment, where women gather to experience rest, rejuvenation, and spiritual growth. This Fall’s event, held on St. Simon’s Island, Georgia, offers a unique opportunity to connect face-to-face with like-minded individuals and delve deeper into the concept of finding sacred rest.
In a world that often glorifies busyness and productivity, it’s essential to create space for carefree moments. By embracing intentional pauses, casting our cares on Him, and seeking moments and seasons of rest, we can uncover the path to the complete peace and freedom that comes with a carefree heart.
So, let us heed God’s invitation to pause, breathe, and BE CAREFREE in the presence of our Savior.