TODAY, I WILL NOT MURMUR OR COMPLAIN!
To murmur is defined as a mumbled or private expression of discontent. To murmur means that you are in a semi-conscious state, repeating something over and over to yourself. To murmur is also define as a continuous sound. To complain is to express dissatisfaction, pain, uneasiness, resentment, or grief.
Both are similar. To murmur is usually done with yourself and to complain us usually done verbally to others. A complaint can also be a formal or informal accusation. So in other words, which ever you find yourself doing, both will yield undesirable results. To murmur or complain means that you are stuck in lower level emotions such as, anger, frustration, pain, grief, depression, etc.
To murmur or complain can be addictive and before you know it, all you are doing is complaining. And the sad part is—you don’t know you are complaining. You no longer have an ability to hear yourself!
You will find that when you are releasing these lower level emotions, unless someone is vibrating on your same frequency, people will not want to be around you. People will begin to avoid you, not because they don’t care for you or what you are dealing with, but because the spirit of murmuring or complaining brings with it low level energy. In other words, people don’t want to feel depressed or agitated by your complaining. Chronic complainers will become angry when others will not allow them the spew their negativity on them which will further compound matters and give them even more to complain about!
This habit of complaining implies that you are only interested in talking. You are not interested in changing anything. Always remember, if you tolerate a situation, you have no right to complain about it! If you are going to complain, then make some changes. Otherwise, you are only releasing toxins that will poison your body and eventually lead to sickness and disease.
So today, make a commitment that you will not murmur nor complain. Instead, when you are tempted to complain:
- Choose to see the situation differently
- Consider the other person’s view
- Try and see the situation as you would like it to be
- Ask yourself what you can do to change it
- Be thankful and grateful everday for all your blessing
- Before you retire at night, take time to think about what went right that day
- Give yourself a break and be kind to yourself
You always have a choice, so why not choose to think positive and be positive, and watch things begin to change for you in a positive way!
“These are inveterate murmurers (grumblers) who complain (of their lot in life), going after their own desires (controlled by their passions…) (Jude 16) Amplified
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