Tuesday 4 November 2014

The Mind Game (Part 5)

Hi. Trust you have enjoyed the series, “The Mind Game.” As for me, meditating and developing this teaching series has tipped the scale of my mental prowess and has enhanced my performance, effectiveness, and even my level of productivity.
I would even say it has further exposed me to the magnificent virtues of this substance that we all possess called the Mind.
I deliberately wanted to soak up your mental frame and prepare a rock solid foundation for the attainment of your aspirations!
Before, I; we engage another series, permit me to run a synopsis on the mind game that we had earlier addressed.
We are all architects of our fortune. And the mind is the prominent device to execute this assignment.
Your mind is a part of you that you have absolute control over and in an approximate fashion has absolute control over you.
Thoughts are product of the mind generated by the process of thinking, that is, capable of using the mind to reason or reflect.
Now the truth is this, thoughts are not independent in form but an exact reflection of our very nature and circumstances.
Your life is sequenced by your thinking!
The first real principle in solving a problem is not looking over the foyer to cast blames, but caging yourself for a soulful reflection.
You are nothing without a productive thought.
You are a fabrication of your mental state.
Never think your thought is nothing; it is all that you are and all that you truly have.
Let me run you through some amazing line on the mind:

  • Thoughts are chemical. They can either kill us or cure us – Bernie Siegel
  • Thought is your only currency – Mark Victor Hansen
  •  Physical concepts are free creations of the human mind, and are not, however it may seem, uniquely determined by the external world – Albert Einstein
  •  Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind – Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • What we think determines what happens to us so if we want to change our lives, we need to stretch our minds – Wayne Dyer
  • A mind is a terrible thing to waste – The Talmud
In conclusion, hear James Allen on the efficacy of the mind:
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…therefore let it be noted that the body is the servant of the mind. It obeys the operation of the mind, whether they be deliberately chosen or automatically expressed. At the bidding of unlawful thoughts the body sinks rapidly into disease and decay; at the command of glad and beautiful thoughts it becomes clothed with youthfulness and beauty.

POINT TO RUMINATE ON: “Let a man cease from his doubtful thoughts, and all the world will soften towards him, and be ready to help him.” 

Authored by Anointed Enoh

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