Thought Conditioner Powerful Positive Spiritual Phases #3 Do you need a attitude adjustment?

renewspirit2What is a thought conditioner? Simply put it is a word, phrase or concept that is like a healing balm to you mentally, emotionally and refreshes and renews your spirit. When this occurs it has a positive effect on a person who has a negative deposition or attitude.

Thought conditioner # 3 is part of a verse that if read and internalized can transform your deposition, improve your relationships, bring you friends, health, happiness and  success!

Lord “Renew a right spirit within me” Psalm 51:10  Short and easy to remember when you start feeling irritated ,crabby and start taking on that bad attitude and all that comes with it.

Your disposition affects your attitude and the way you react to situations and people. If your automatic reactions negative, crabby, selfish or haughty it will destroy your most important relationships and have a negative effect on every aspect of your life.  It you relate to this, just know that their is hope for positive change!

The quality of your disposition/attitude is the condition of your inner spirit. “Renew” in this scripture verse implies that when you were created you had a good disposition.

(Practical application by Norman Vincent Peale)

Starting today, let no day pass that you do not say Lord, “renew a right spirit in me” several times because God who created you can re-create and renew a balanced and controlled spirit. He can restore the vital factors in a good disposition, inner quite and self control.

This is the first day of the rest of your life and you can start right now to choose a better self and a great life!

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