George Freelen Livingston, TX, US
What is our life except for the thoughts we carry around in our mind? Hill tells us that Faith is the “eternal elixir” which gives life, power, and action to the impulse of thought. Every man is what is because of the dominating thoughts which he permits to occupy his mind.
Repeated self-talk,over time, turns into attitudes, values, and beliefs.
Sometime we fine that questioning our self-talk useful. Suppose you don't believe your self-talk. Particularly your negative or toxic self-talk. If we say to ourselves, I am not not good at that, I can't do that well. Suppode the opposite if true. What would your thoughts and self-talk be like? How would you feel? If you formulae a core belief system you'd like to have, then began to build the evidence for it. You are better than you think your are. You can do more than you think you can, buy replacing your old core beliefs with the new core beliefs. I am capable, talented person. Build a case for this new belief and you will change your self-talk.
Faith is the only known antidote for failure. My English professor said I should not be in college, my ROTC instructor had enough faith in me to co-sign a note at the bank and encouraged me to stay in college. It was through his encouragement, his faith in me that I changed my sel-talk. If he believe I can do it, jsut maybe I can. My core belief begain to change. It was my repletion of thoughts to my subconscious that my faith became so strong that I knew that somehow, I could finish. Faith is that eternal elixir.
It is impossible not to have THOUGHTS, by working on our core beliefs, we can change these THOUGHTS into positive self-talk.
George Freelen, San Antonio, Tx