As A Man Thinketh
James Allen, in his classic work As a Man Thinketh wrote, “ A man’s mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will bring forth.”
What are you planting in your garden of thought today? Take inventory of the thoughts that you predominantly thought today. Notice your mood, your decisions and your actions. Then, take a look at your results. You can see that everything first began with your thinking. It is a fact, our thinking affects everything. As we learn to intelligently choose and cultivate life giving, affirming thoughts over fearful, doubtful thoughts, our lives get better. It is that simple.
This week, make it a point to intentionally choose loving, healthy life-giving thoughts. Do something concrete like setting your alarm on your watch for every hour to remind yourself to purposely choose happy thoughts. Bring your vision to mind and see yourself living your dream life. Create affirmations for yourself and repeat these on a regular basis. Be mindful to pull the weed thoughts of fear and doubt and replace them with seeds of life giving thoughts. Then track your results and notice how you grow your life into something that you love!
Here’s to planting wonderful thought seed,
P.S. I want to share with you a wonderful opportunity. Because of my work with Mary, I am able to offer you a friends and family discount for the phenomenal 2 1/2 day training, Making a Million Look Small in Los Angeles March 22-24. You can go to this website to learn all about it; http://makingamillionlooksmall.com
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In Chattanooga this weekend? Then, join me this Sunday at Unity of Chattanooga for the Sunday Service and my workshop “Dream Big, Dream Bold,” Sunday afternoon. Hope to see you there.