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“Education is not accomplished by putting something into man; its purpose is to draw out of man the wisdom which is latent within him.” Neville Goddard, The Twelve Disciples
Fill your mind with good thoughts!
This book gifted me my first Aha! moment nearly 30 years ago, and I will be forever grateful. I learned the power of visualization and positive expectation for my future life. And, you know what, it worked for me!
The main premise: Believe in yourself, break the habit of worry, create the life you desire by actively changing your thoughts and attitudes.
If you’re interested in learning about trapped emotions within the body and how to release them, this is a good place to start.
Releasing trapped emotions often results in the sudden disappearance of physical problems, self-sabotage, and recurring relationship difficulties.
This is part of The Body Code, one of the modalities I am trained to use.
One of my favorite books ever! The principles in it are life-changing. Dr.Dyer is so wise and has a way of explaining things so beautifully, that makes so much sense. I have given this book as a gift many times.
One secret that I refer to often is to “have a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing.” This doesn’t mean to be so broadminded that one believes anything, but it means to open your mind to all possibilities, to question old ways of conditioned thinking, and not to limit one another’s potential.
Thoughts and emotions can negatively affect the body and our words can become self-fulfilling prophecies.
The author suggests that unresolved negative feelings can lead to dis-ease in the body. She offers a “Script” designed to access the power to find the origin of these trapped feelings and resolve them. I especially love the list of “probable feelings causing illness.” They are often amazingly accurate.
Based on an imaginary interview between the author and the Devil, Napoleon Hill offers a fascinating dialogue that asserts that we build our lives either on faith or fear, and that most people are drifters, tossed around in life, allowing external things to dominate their minds, caught in a hypnotic rhythm that keeps them busy with trivial things, but never using their capacity to truly think.
He offers 7 principles to help one gain mental, spiritual, and physical freedom: 1) definiteness of purpose, 2) mastery over self, 3) learning from adversity, 4) controlling environmental influences, 5) time, 6) harmony, and 7) caution. This is a great read!
Many years ago, I learned that simply writing down my goals in life was the first step toward achieving them. It helped me to understand more about what I truly wanted. And it had a profound effect on my life.
In this book, you will read stories about ordinary people who witnessed miracles, large and small, unfold in their lives after they performed the basic act of putting their dreams on paper. The author offers tips and easy exercises are sure to get your creative juices flowing.
This book offers a deeper understanding of the eternally important principle of the gospel, the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
James Ferrell weaves the experiences of ancient biblical characters into the lives of modern-day people to illustrate how to truly benefit from the atonement, how to love and forgive others, and bring peace to our hearts. I would recommend this to all followers of Christ.
This is a great classic read that is filled with meaningful stories and countless principles for becoming a likable person, handling relationships well, and getting along well with most people.
Three valuable lessons: 1) Make a great first impression by simply smiling, 2) Be interesting to others by talking about their favorite subject: themselves, and 3) If you want to convince people, get them to say yes a lot.
“It isn’t what you have or who you are or where you are or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about it. – Dale Carnegie
I haven’t read Stephen Covey’s much larger version, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, though I’m sure it’s great.
I read this teen version with my kids and we really enjoyed the wisdom, and the humor.
The 7 Habits are foundational principles for healthy self-worth and positive life habits. I highly recommend it to teens and adults alike!
This book gave me great insight into the innate gifts and potential that is reflected in the energy we emanate.
As I read through each color, I gained very helpful insights and understanding for my own self and for my loved ones. Now, rather than feeling frustrated with someone who thinks, acts, behaves, or processes differently than me, I have a deeper understanding of their unique “operating system” and can more fully honor their way of showing up in this world, appreciating the gift that they are.
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