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2bhealed's picture
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Hello you awesome Semi-colons!

I recently found this stashed in my Alternative Medicine file and thought I would share it with y'all after reading FRANTIC's thread.

I know I benefit from reminding myself from time to time.....

From Catherine Ponder's book "Open Your Mind to Receive":

You must be careful what you notice, talk about, or give your attention to, because that is what you are identifying with, and that is what you will bring into your life.

--Whatever you notice, you are inviting into your life.
--Whatever you talk about, you are inviting into your life.
--Whatever you identify with in your thoughts, words and actions, you are inviting into your life.

If you notice, talk about and identify with war, crime, disease, financial problems, disharmony, this is what you inviting into your own life.

What you can do to eliminate dis-ease from your life is.....start changing what you notice, what you talk about and what you identify with!

Talk about health!

I copied that off from www.curezone.com It's a good website. Another good one is www.thedoctorwithin.com.

Anyway, I liked the reminder when I found this so I just wanted to share it with everyone focusing on HEALTH!!

Wishing you all the best Health in the New Year!

peace, emily

Limey's picture
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your are so on target with this Emily. we have 60,000 thoughts per day and it is estimated that 86% of them are negetive. It is well worth it to focus on the positive and on healing.

katefm's picture
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Thanks, Emily. How cool! It's a good reminder - it's so easy to get caught up in the negative, even when we don't mean to. I will focus on thinking positive, think about healing, and think about streaming those things to my husband as well.


spongebob's picture
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Open your mind to receive... sounds like something a buddy of mine once told me as he passed me a homemade cigarette (I didn't inhale)!

Great post, Em and right on target. And, you know, negative thoughts actually contribute to blood acidity.

I am all for an hour of focused meditation daily - I try to do it at my desk in the afternoon (of course, I usually wake up in a puddle of drool).

Seriously though, thanks for reminding us all to focus on the good and push the bad out. it does nothing but make things worse.

One thing I actually do do is read "Desiderata" every day. Google it if you want; it's a complete life philosophy captured in a single poem.


- SB

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Joined: Nov 2004

thank you emily. I will try to think as positive as I can. Being out of work does not help me take my mind off things. My husband does have a positive attidude. and i was told it does help.
Thanks again.

2bhealed's picture
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Joined: Dec 2001

oh honey,

I've been thinking about you and hoping you are able to let go some of the junk you have been carrying. This was a biggie for me as I can be a worry wart at times.....not anymore....well not as much.


peace, emily

scouty's picture
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Nice post and reminder Em.

Thanks sweetie,

Lisa P.

nanuk's picture
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yepper, what we think about we bring about..

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