Matthew 11:12 ESV
“From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force.”
My belief is that the heavens (at least one of the three heavens) are the collective consciousness of mankind. Your mind is either sanctified by the Word of Christ or the Government (violent men) program you with material desires and what not through the BBC.
So the battle is in the mind…
No wonder this verse says that physical training is of some use, even after saying Godliness!
Why? If the battle is in the mind then physical exercise will keep your mind healthy.
1 Timothy 4:8-9 NIV
“For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. This is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance.”
Get a load of those endorphins after a good run. It feels super and you can think straight.
Running for aerobic. Pilates for your core which is very strengthening. Either chin ups or press ups for upper body.
If you have a disability that means it is hard for you to exercise, then reading a few Psalms and Proverbs and a prayer first to protect you spiritually, explore mindfulness. It clearly states in this blog the warnings of how witchcraft will without doubt damage your soul, therefore do to not be tempted when you reach new levels of consciousness. Done right, you will get chicken soup for your soul.
I especially recommend exercise for people with mental health problems. You may feel down, depressed and weak but if you can go for a short run or do other exercise then you might find that you completely change in mood because the chemical imbalance in your brain has been changed. If you find it hard to get up and do something like a run then do it without thinking. Say “I am going to exercise” and do not allow yourself to think as you get ready and get your shoes on. It is like when you tell yourself you will revise for only 3 minutes and then it turns into 45 minutes as you managed to get into the situation where the book is infront of you.