Saturday, July 21, 2007


From the book, The Power of Positive Thinking, by Norman Vincent Peale

Ten Simple Suggestions to Use in Solving Your Problems

1. Believe that for every problem there is a solution.

2. Keep calm. Tension blocks the flow of thought power. Your brain cannot operate efficiently under stress. Go at your problem easy-like.

3. Don't try to force an answer. Keep your mind relaxed so that the solution will open up and become clear.

4. Assemble all the facts impartially, impersonally, and judicially.

5. List these facts on paper. This clarifies your thinking, bringing the various elements into an orderly system. You see as well as think. The problem becomes objective, not subjective.

6. Pray about your problem, affirming that God will flash illumination into your mind.

7. Believe in and seek God's guidance ont he promise of the 73rd Psalm, " You will guide me by Your Counsel."

8. Trust in your insight and intuition.

9. Go to church and let your subconscioua work on the problem as you attune to the mood of worship. Creative spiritual thinking has amazing power to give "right " answers.

10. If you follow these steps faithfully, then the answer that develops in your mind, or comes to pass, is the right answer to your problem.

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