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Are You Positive?

Friday, January 19, 2007

Are You Positive?
Daily Inspiration
By Dr. John H. Sklare
Friday, January 19, 2007

One of the things that I often do in my online meetings is coax people into thinking more positively. I’m a firm believer in the power of positive thinking and there is little doubt that it takes you in a much healthier direction than negative thinking. As a matter of fact, you can imagine these two modes of thought as a two lane highway. Positive thinking takes you in one direction while negative thinking takes you in the opposite direction. Mind/Body medicine also teaches us a very important lesson regarding the thoughts we think, because thoughts are actually electrical impulses that get changed into biological information. As a matter of fact, Mind/Body medicine states the following: Wherever a thought goes a chemical follows.

Knowing that, it simply makes good sense to inject as much positive thinking into your life as possible. So, with that in mind, I have a suggestion for you today that is intended to get the positive ball rolling. Take a moment right now and do the following. Write down three words that best describe the wonderful and unique individual that you are. Write them out by hand as opposed to typing them on a keyboard. Go ahead, I’ll wait! Now let me ask you this. How did it feel to write those three positive words about yourself? Very interesting isn’t it? I hope that thinking those positive thoughts and writing them out by hand made you feel good. Positive thinking has a way of doing that to people. Hmmmmmm! There’s a lesson to be learned here and, of that, I am positive about that!!

Wishing You Great Health,
Dr. John H. Sklare
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