10 Jul The Power of Positive Thinking
The Power of Positive Thinking, by Norman Vincent Peale is one of the building blocks to achieving successful mental attitude.This book is written to suggest techniques and to give examples which demonstrate that you did not need to be defeated by anything, but you can have peace of mind, improve health and never ceasing floor vanity. And that life can be full of joy and satisfaction.
Far too many people are defeated by every day problems of life complaining about the brakes. You can permit obstacles to control your mind to the point where they are the uppermost dominating factors and I thought pattern. By learning to cast them from the mind and refusing to become mentally subservient to them in but showing spiritual power 3 o’clock so you can rise above obstacles which might ordinarily to fit you.
You need not bid you need to be defeated only if you’re willing to be. Here are a few of my favorite passages.
The greatest secret for eliminating inferior complex (which is another term for deep and profound self-doubt) is to fill your mind with an overflowing faith in God.
“Do the thing you fear and the death of fear IS certain.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
The following are 10 simple rules workable rules for overcoming inadequacy and building up your self-confidence.
- Formulate and stamp on your mind a mental picture of yourself succeeding, and never thinking of yourself as failing. Always picture success no matter how bad things seem to be going at the moment.
- Whenever a negative thought comes up, voice a positive thought to cancel it out.
- Do not build up obstacles in your imagination. Minimize them.
- Do not be awestruck by other people and try to copy them. Remember that most people, despite their confident outward appearance and demeanor, are often as scared as you are and as doubtful Of themselves.
- Repeat these words ten times a day, “If God before us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31.
- Get a competent competent counselor to help you understand why you do what you do. Learn the origin of University and self-doubt feelings which often begin in our childhoods. 10 times a day practice the following affirmation, repeating it out loud if possible: “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13.
- Make a true estimate of your own ability, then raise it 10%. Do not become egotistical but develop a wholesome self respect. Believe in God to release your own powers.
- Reminder self that God is with you and nothing can defeat you. Believe that you can now receive power from him.