You Are Not What You Think You Are

Your mind is powerful: controlling almost everything. It impacts, your health, from sickness to wellness, your mood and the ways your life is going making you a success or a failure.

Try forming a picture in your mind of what you would like to be like then keep a hold of that picture. Every day work on yourself to be a better still having that picture of who you want to be.

Perhaps the most important mental and spiritual principle ever discovered is that what you is going on outside of you reflects what is going on inside of you.

People can sense how to feel on the inside is who you are on the outside.

Jesus wrote what comes out of mouth proceeds from the heart. Matthew 15.

You can tell the inner condition of a person by lookin at the outer conditions in his or her life.

Your mind is powerful. Your though control and determine almost everything that happens to you. It can raise or lower your heart rate, improve or interfere with your digestion, change the chemical composition of your blood, help you to sleep or keep you awake at night.

Your thoughts can make you happy or sad, sometimes in an instant. They can make you alert and aware, or distracted and depressed. They can make you popular or unpopular, confident or insecure, positive or negative. Your thoughts can make you feel powerful or powerless, a victim or a victor, a hero or a coward.

When we are children we have no self-concept. Every idea, opinion, feeling, attitude, or value you have asan adult you learned from childhood. Everything you are today is the result of an idea or impression you took in and accepted as true. When you believe something is true for you, it becomes true for you.

Whatever it may be. You are not what you think you are.

The way I grew up. I was told some pretty messed up things that I accepted as true. It is possible to change with hard work and determination.

Change your thoughts-change your life.

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