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The Power of Your Thoughts

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author:Daniel N. Brown
source_url:http://www.articlecity.com/articles/self_improvement_and_motivation/article_3793.shtml
date_saved:2007-07-25 12:30:19
category:self_improvement_and_motivation
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How often have you gotten started on something new with
great positive energy and everything went well in the
beginning?

Whether it was a new job, a new relationship, moving to a
new area, a new project, anything. You started off with zeal
and passion. But after a while you grew tired. Your positive
energy began to turn negative and your thoughts began to
work against you. Before you knew it you started creating
things you didn’t want.

It all started when you lost your focus on what you wanted.
Instead of creating what you wanted you started saying
things like, I hate my job, my wife/husband is difficult, I
don’t like it here anymore, and the pattern continued. Then
things got progressively worse and you wonder what went
wrong.

This is what went wrong; You lost control over your thoughts
and stopped creating the things you wanted in your life.

Thoughts are powerful forces of energy and can only come
from your own mind. Since you are the only one in charge
of your mind, you create the thoughts that create the
circumstances in your life. Since your thoughts create
reality, you create your reality.

Just as the conscience mind is the source of thought, so the
subconscience mind is the source of power. You give
instructions to your subconscious mind through your
thoughts. It doesn’t know good from bad or right from wrong.
It only follows your instructions, which are your thoughts.
It will create anything you tell it.

Pay attention to your thoughts. Analyze them and listen to
what you are thinking. Then decide if these are good
thoughts, bad thoughts or needless thoughts. Decide if these
thoughts work for you or against you.

Take control of your thoughts and make the most of your
life. Remember, the Bible says, “Whatsoever things are true,
honest, just, pure, lovely, of good report, if there be any
virtue, or any praise, think on these things” (Phil 4:8).
ZZZZZZ

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