Hidden Powers of Positive Thinking

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 12, 2006 - Self-Help - 185 pages
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This book enters areas of my life and moments that have offered me the wonderful gift of understanding. We all believe to understand and know, but in reality, as the years pass, we realize that sometimes, we did not, but we quickly learned. There are angered spats, there are cheers, there are so many different emotions and feelings in us that we do not always tap into and some, we tap into, too much. This book is not only a collection of thoughts and reflections relevant to positive thinking, but more so, a rerouting of energy, quite often created by negative interjections in my life. I have met so many people that have often made me wonder, why still a belief in them and why the yearning to help those individuals, even if with just words and it sort of struck me with clarity. How, can people be positive and well natured, when some have not learned the methods? Ergo, comes the initialization of this compilation. I will not say that I will touch everyone in America, nor will I say that my methods are the best or the only, but instead, I will classify it, functional. That is really all we need, a functional method of achieving a mental attitude that gives us motivation, understanding, drive and total belief, in what we are doing or plan to do. In my eyes, and I have seen a great deal, there lie views of despair, desolation, depression, anger, distrust, to name a few, that totally eat people up inside and this, is not a good thing. Individuals tend to keep things bottled up inside, for they have no method for release, no one to listen, no one to really care. This, in turn, converts into introverted people, with internal problems which surface, as external displays of anger. Anger is a scary thing, when you keep it all bottled up inside. It becomes somewhat like held pressured contents, inside you, that basically turns you into a ticking time bomb. Release of this pressure is completely necessary and must be considered a very serious matter. When we bottle things up inside and look the other way of solutions, we cause ourselves harm and within the pages of this book I strongly attempt to help decipher, when this harm is brewing and how we should attempt to deal with it, properly, for the sake of mental stability. The samples written are real, the experiences expressed are real, the sincerity with which I offer my resolve is and always will be, totally real. I bring the point of view of someone who has been through it, not someone offering strictly, the views of others ́ experiences. The pages are raw and to the point, yet subtle enough, to entice your reading and provide a good, clean experience-driven account, of positive living through positive thinking. There may be some points to agree with and some to not agree with, after all, this is all based on one man ́s thought process, not necessarily a global following, but the lessons are good and the visuals are helpful. I simply want people to understand that sometimes we carry the answers to our minor and some major problems, and we just need to know where to look. Inside ourselves we carry so much and within our minds we potentially harness such power, yet, we encase it all in a shell of doubt or a cover of question. Why? What we should be doing is exploring within ourselves and making what works for us priority, instead of secondary thoughts, to those implanted in our heads by way of negative influences or downplaying environments. In order to take hold of our situations, we need to take hold of ourselves, our thoughts, our beliefs, our goals and make it all, one big effort, not for mom, not for dad, not for uncle Rob, but for us. You shine your brightest, when you feel your finest. Feeling positive about yourself and what you do, can give you just that. That, in a summation, is my primary goal with this writing, to inspire people to just feel positive with themselves and what they do, how they do it. Granted, although we won ́t be in a completely p
 

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Contents

Dedication
7
Introduction
9
From The Beginning
13
Growth
31
Psychological Infl uences
49
Defusing Depressions
91
Married with Children?
114
Powerful Mental Visualization
135
A Little Love Goes a Long Way
156
It All Comes Together
167
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