Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Christine Lewis-anderson Bronx, NY, USA

Posted: 2016-12-13

They say that the mind is a terrible thing to waste. That is for sure!

I guess that is why our subconscious minds are constantly working. Hill says that is works 24 hours a day. Wow! That means it works while we sleep.

The funny thing is that many of us are over thinkers. There is always something on the mind. We worry. We meditate. We are deep thinkers. Then we laugh. We laugh because we remember something funny. That is, we have positive reflections that make us laugh 'til we cry. Some of those thoughts start out as anger or jealousy or hatred even; But once we realize how silly it is or what a waste of time it is, we turn that negative into a positive.

Every once in a while something brilliant pops up from out of the blue. That is a good thing! That goes to show that we put out what we take in. We take in the good with the bad. We listen to, watch and read bad news, from time to time. We hear sad songs on the radio sometimes. At the same time, we pray, and get lots of good news. (If you are cautious, you try not to get too excited). My point is that you learn to lean towards upbeat music as opposed to hard music. You lean towards relaxing music...music that is slower than your heartbeat, for example.

Eventually, all that good comes out of you. Although it may surprise you, it proves how believing is achieving. Do not get me wrong, no one is perfect. However, people do change. This change is attributable to the company you keep; the books you read; and the crafts that you partake in. It is all up to you.

Presently, we are in the Christmas season. Christmas is just 12 days away. We only get one month to be in the Christmas spirit. So what do we do? We buy and send Christmas cards. We buy and decorate a Christmas tree. We listen to Christmas carols 24/7. When you turn on the TV, there is a Christmas special on every night. This is enough to occupy the subconscious mind, I feel. That is if you celebrate Christmas. Some people celebrate Hanukah. Others celebrate Kwanza. Some do not celebrate holidays at all. ( You learn something new everyday).

Whatever you are into, the subconscious mind is right there emitting a "mixture" of good and bad thoughts. This is how we get through the day. At the end of the day, it is all good!

Enjoy your day, MFF Family!

Thank you :)

Christine Lewis-Anderson