The Power of positive thinking: key takeaways.

Favorite quote: “Attitudes are more important than facts.”

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For a detailed summary, you can click here. Where I have covered all chapters of the lesson.

Top 10 lessons from The Power of Positive Thinking book.

“The key to happiness is to keep your mind and heart free of worry and hatred, respectively. Live simply, ask for little, and give a lot. Shine brightly, put yourself aside, and consider others. You’ll be surprised if you try it for a week.

Create and permanently imprint in your mind a mental image of yourself succeeding. Hold onto this image firmly. Never let it deteriorate. Your brain will work to create the image. Avoid creating imaginary barriers in your mind.

“Face an obstacle head-on. To finally break it, all you have to do is resist it and stand your ground. You’ll damage it. There must be a breakdown, and it won’t be you; it will be the barrier.

“The mental habits we develop determine our level of happiness.”

The law of attraction states that “when you expect the best, you release a magnetic force in your mind that tends to bring the best to you.”

“Have a clean soul, eyes that see romance in the ordinary, a child’s heart, and spiritual simplicity to become a happy person.”

“Filling your mind with an abundance of faith is the key to eradicating the inferiority complex, which is another name for deep and profound self-doubt.

You will be able to do anything if you have the faith of a mustard seed.

“Hard work, optimistic thinking, ethical behavior, treating others with respect, and the right kind of praying always produce results.

Self-awareness is the first step toward self-improvement.

Action steps from The Power of Positive Thinking.

Create a mental image of yourself succeeding and imprint it permanently in your mind. Hold onto this image firmly. Never let it deteriorate.

Create a mental image of yourself succeeding and imprint it permanently in your mind. Hold onto this image firmly. Never let it deteriorate.

Anytime a doubt about your own abilities enters your mind, consciously speak a positive thought to dispel it.

Do not create imaginary barriers in your mind. Every alleged barrier should be discounted. Lessen them. In order to be eliminated, challenges must be understood and effectively handled, but they must first be recognized for what they are. They must not be exaggerated by fear.

Say these inspiring words ten times each day: “If God be for us, who can be against us?”

Place your trust in God. Simply say, “I am in God’s hands,” to accomplish that.

Then think that all the power you require is coming to you RIGHT NOW.

Set aside a short period of time each day. Say nothing at all. Just train your mind to think about God. Your mind will become more spiritually open as a result.

Next, say a short, straightforward prayer out loud. Whatever is on your mind, express it to God. Think twice before using cliched religious language. Speak to God in your native tongue. He is aware of it.

When you pray, don’t always ask for something; instead, say out loud that God is blessing you, and focus the majority of your prayers on being thankful.

Before he can be physically healthy, a man must first be spiritually sound.

Pray for those who have treated you unfairly or with dislike. One of the main barriers to spiritual power is resentment.

List the people for whom you should pray.

The more you pray for other people, especially those who are not personally connected to you, the more your prayers will be answered.

Think for two to three minutes about the most stunning and serene scenes you have ever seen, such as a mountain at dusk, a deep valley filled with the stillness of the morning, a wooded area at noon, or moonlight reflecting off rippling water. Relive these scenes in your mind.

Repeat slowly and softly, bringing out the melody in each, a series of words that signify peace and quiet, such as (a) tranquillity (say it slowly and deliberately), (b) serenity, and (c) quietness. Repeat any additional words that come to mind.

Don’t ever bring up the worst. Never consider it. Don’t think about it anymore.

Affirm, “I expect the best and with God’s help will attain the best,” at least ten times per day.

“Worry is just a very bad mental habit,” tell yourself. And with God’s assistance, I can alter any habit.

By worrying, you develop the habit of worrying. By developing the opposite and stronger habit of faith, you can stop worrying. Start acting in faith, with all the strength and endurance you can muster.

Never take part in a discussion about worries.

Make friends with those who are optimistic. Make friends with people who think uplifting, faith-inspiring thoughts and who foster a creative environment. This will keep your religious attitudes fresh. See how many individuals you can assist in breaking their own worrying habits. You gain more control over your own worry by aiding someone else in doing so.

Be composed. The flow of creative energy is blocked by tension. The human brain cannot

to perform well under pressure.

Avoid attempting to force an answer. Keep your thoughts at ease so that the answer will

Be honest and transparent.

Be as natural as possible. Beg God to grant your loved one healing. Ask Him to please do what you are pleading with Him to do; however, we advise you to only say “PLEASE” once. Next, in your prayer, express your gratitude for God’s mercies.

This strong, confident faith will support the release of inner strength and joy by providing assurance of God’s tender protection. You will be sustained by this joy, and keep in mind that happiness has the ability to heal.

Keep in mind that anger is a feeling, and a feeling always feels warm, even when

hot. Therefore, cool an emotion to lessen it.

Train yourself to ask, “Is this necessary? ” whenever you experience a wave of rage.

Is it really worth the emotional damage it is causing me? I’ll be a complete fool. I will lose friends.” To maximize the impact of this strategy, practice saying. Say a few times a day to yourself, “It is never worth it to get worked up or angry.”

Affirm: “It isn’t worth it to spend $1000 worth of emotion on anything on a five-cent annoyance.

Simply begin to pray for the person who has offended you. Do this repeatedly until you no longer feel resentment.

Make a list of your friends to identify the person who thinks the most positively and actively cultivates his society. Keep your negative friends close, but spend some time getting to know those who have a positive outlook. Once you have absorbed their spirit, you can return to your negative friends and impart your newly acquired thought pattern to them without absorbing their negativity.

Avoid argument, but whenever a pessimistic viewpoint is expressed, respond with something upbeat and optimistic.

Avoid thinking of yourself as Atlas carrying the entire world on his shoulders.

Stop working so hard. Don’t be so serious with yourself.

Commit to enjoying your work. Then, instead of being a chore, it will be enjoyable.

It’s possible that you won’t need to change jobs. Your work will seem different if you change.

Make a work plan and follow it. Lack of organization causes the “stumped” feeling.

Try not to take on too much at once. Time is dispersed as a result. Pay attention to the Bible’s wise counsel, “This one thing I do.”

Adopt the proper mental attitude, keeping in mind that the ease or difficulty of your work depends on your perspective. Consider it difficult, and you make it so.

Think it’s simple, and it’ll probably become simple.

Increase your level of productivity. Knowledge truly is power (over your job). The right way to do something is always simpler.

Set yourself the rule that nothing you can do today should be put off until tomorrow.

Your work becomes more difficult as unfinished tasks mount up. Maintain a regular work schedule.

Offer your work to prayer. This will result in relaxed efficiency.

Thank you for your time.

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