How to Quiet Your Mind So You Can Connect with Your Soul

Posted On August 27, 2023

Written by Brian J. Plachta

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  1. Elaine Fourie

    I have a recording of a 20 silent reflection led by James Finley. No words, just 20 minutes of being in God’s presence, listening. Every morning around dawn, what a blessing. I love the suggestion of journaling, I’m going to add that to my practice. Thank you Brian

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  2. Rosanne Daigneault

    I usually practice quiet time first thing in the morning. The house is quiet then and the world seems still.

    I really like your guided meditations, Brian. They help me focus and still myself. Thank you for these! I also use Pray as you go and Psalms.

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