Thought Conditoners Powerful Positive Spiritual Phases #2 Peace of Mind

peaceWhat are world needs now is Peace. What we need as individuals is Peace. If we learn how to obtain Peace of mind and spirit we can influence others creating a chain reaction reaching many people. Positive change in families and communities starts with one person which is most often the catalyst for change in those around them.

You are probably thinking how do I achieve peace of mind and spirit in my busy life and this fast paced strife ridden world?

Answer: With timeless wisdom and direction from God who speaks to us through Scripture.

#2 “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid” John 14:27

(Practical application by Norman Vincent Peale)

With out an inner state of quietness, one becomes prey to tension,worry and ill health. A song, a sunset, moonlight, the sea washing up on a sandy shore, these administer a healing balm to you mentally. But they lack the power to penetrate the inner recesses of the soul.

A profound depth therapy is required to attain healing quietness. An habitual repetition of this one text will , in time permeate your personality with a complete sense of peace.

When tense or restless, sit quietly and allow these words to pass unhindered through your thoughts, Conceive of them a as spreading a healing balm throughout your mind.

The book “The Power of Positive Thinking ” Kindle verison

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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One Response to Thought Conditoners Powerful Positive Spiritual Phases #2 Peace of Mind

  1. eva Conti says:

    I love your posts they are inspirational, and helpful. As a reminder I pray the St Frances peace prayer every day.

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