Posted by: successforrealpeople | October 19, 2008

The Law of Thinking

“The mind quickly responds to teaching and discipline. You can make the mind give you back anything you want.” ~ Norman Vincent Peale

I have written in a previous post about the importance of what we feed our minds.  By that I mean what we focus our attention and thoughts on.  When you fill your mind and thoughts with positive “food” you experience more peace, happiness, and success.  When you fill your mind negative “food” you experience more stress, worry, and anxiety.

Louise Hay has written several books on the power of affirmations.  For those of you who aren’t familiar with her, she came from a very difficult and challenging background.  Click here to read her bibliography.  She learned how to overcome adversity by learning how to recognizing her thought patterns and then by changing them.  She has completely transformed her life by changing her thinking.  She has shared her knowledge and experiences through her books.  And who best to learn from than those who are living it.

The following video is an interview with Louise Hay in which she talks about the Law of Thinking.  I hope you take something new and positive away from her message.

Wishing you much happiness and success!


Responses

  1. I need to catch up – it’s been too long since I’ve been on this site. We seem to be in syce though – I’m currently reading “The Law of Attraction Plain and Simple – Create the Extraordinary Life That You Derserve” by Sonia Ricotti. I read “The Secret” and liked parts of it but worried about others.

    This is a very good site and I hope more people find it and read through the postings.

  2. I used to question the validity of the Law of Attraction until I understood quantum physics. There is real science behind the Law of Attraction. I found some podcasts online a while back that explained quantum physics in a manner that was understandable for the lay person. I’ll see if I can find them again and include them in a future post.

    Another great book is Excuse Me Your Life is Waiting by Lynn Grabhorn.

    Thanks for “stopping by”. I hope to see you here again soon!


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