The Mindful Prayer Worksheet Printable

Free Mindful Prayer Worksheet

Free Mindful Prayer Worksheet
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Hey there everyone! I hope your days are going well! 😊 It’s rainy here in Ohio, the birds are singing loud; it’s the perfect weather for being productive! I woke up at 6, had a cup of coffee, and immediately started making a printable mindfulness journal. Plus, Mercury just ended it’s Retrograde, so it’s a great time for starting projects!

I’ve considered making a printable journal for a while now, but for some reason or another never wanted to actually start on it. I kept telling myself I had to plan it all out first, which really isn’t my style. Thinking things through is important, but after that, I work best by diving right in and figuring things out as I go along. I figure working and editing as I go is better than never starting at all! Almost every time I dive into things on Ambiguous Spaces, things just fall into place. It’s a slow process, but totally worth the effort!

I’ve got a vague vision of where Ambiguous Spaces is going, but it’s still not quite focused enough for me to see the details. It’ll for sure have printables, journals, journaling supplies, tote bags, and probably some hats and t-shirts with the pomegranate logo. But for now, printables!

Like I said, gotta start somewhere.

The Worksheet

I just don’t know what it is about today that’s making me so energetic, but I hope it lasts for a while! I finally got around to making a sort of prayer worksheet to accompany the post Prayer and Gratitude: Food for the Soul. In it, I talk about the positive effect a daily prayer routine has had on my life, how to pray mindfully, and some scientifically proven benefits of prayer. Go check it out if you haven’t already!

There are a couple of things to keep in mind when praying, plus it’s important to be really sure of your intentions while you pray. That’s why I’ve come up with the Mindful Prayer Worksheet.

What You Need and Where to Find It

It asks you to think about your state of mind, and how you could improve your mood. If you’re feeling weak, where can you look to find strength? If you’re feeling lost, where do you go for guidance? Answering these questions before you start your prayer help you figure out how to help yourself. Remember babes, G-d helps those who help themselves!

Show and Tell Gratitude

Then, there’s a section for writing out what you’re grateful for. I find that the worksheets work best for me when I write out lists. There’s totally enough room for full sentences if that’s more your style, though! If you only focus on what you need, you’ll never see what you already have. And don’t just write down what you’re grateful for, show it to the world. Write some thank you notes or show your appreciation for Nature by recycling.

Helping Others

Don’t just help yourself, help others too! Be sure to include others in your prayers with the Mindful Prayer Worksheet. It comes with a section to write out everyone you want to pray for. You’re more empathetic than just praying for those in need, you can do more than that! Brainstorm some ways for you to get involved in your community and help make the world a better place.

How to Get It

All you have to do to get the free Mindful Prayer Worksheet is sign up for occasional updates from Ambiguous Spaces! I’ll keep you up to date on all the latest printables, journals, and everything else I have planned for 2019!

Did you get the worksheet? Let me know what you think in the comments! Thanks for reading!

Published by Sam

Hey there, I'm Sam! I'm a freelance writer. Stick around for some writing tips, cheesy poetry, and free wallpapers! ✨

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