Positive Thinking Starts The Long Happier Road To Recovery
In positive thinking along with meditation and hypnosis are among my favorite approach to healthy living. I ran across this excellent article
By James Ray -
How can you change your mindset? To get rid of old, limiting programming, we have to constantly and consistently put new ideas into our minds. New ideas create positive, powerful new paradigms. Vincent Van Gogh said, "I dream my painting, and then I paint my dream."
The key to creating a new mindset is consistency. Thinking new thoughts once in a while doesn't do much good. Meditating on your new mindset once or twice a day is fairly ineffective if the rest of your day is taken up with thoughts of fear or doubt.
It is the habitual thoughts, the consistent thoughts, that create your mindset and your destiny... not the thoughts that come and go. The thoughts you consistently and continually plant into your unconscious become conviction in your life. You can use affirmation and meditation to do this, but making your new mindset a habit also takes discipline, commitment and resolve.
This is why the power of the will in your conscious mind is one of your greatest gifts. If you catch yourself in the middle of negative thinking, stop and say "No" to those thoughts. Stop the thought and replace it with a positive one. Either mentally or verbally, say "Cancel" and repeat your new thought. As Nike says, "Just do it."
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