“Put Only Good Things in Your Mind” is the fourth of seven essential truths I have incorporated into my daily practices. Until I discovered this, I had no idea I had as much “control” over what went into and on in my mind as I do. Now, because I put only good things into my mind, I live a healthy, fulfilling and blessed life. You can too.
Put Only Good Things in Your Mind
For me, this has been no easy feat. Up until the spring of 1997, despite having mustered success in many areas of my life, when it came to my mind I mostly believed that what my mind told me was true. If I was afraid, it didn’t hesitate – up popped a list of the top ten things to fear. If I felt insecure, it gave me reasons for that, too. And in its spare time, when it wasn’t busy attending to my moment-to-moment needs, it tried to mastermind exactly how I was going to survive and get my needs met or navigate away from pain. Which was ironic, given what I came to find.