Jill Freelen Pine Grove, CA, United States
Jill Freelen Pine Grove California USA
Chapter 13 the Brain
Being more observant of my thoughts because I've been on these calls for a couple of years now I've noticed I have constant self chatter.
I have practiced and continue to practice positive self affirmations. But the chatter is annoying. I've realized that the chatter is other people's
words, opinions, thoughts, ideas being proposed and my conscious mind is trying to filter them from going any further.
My brain wants the positive stimulation of other positive brains. When I work with negative people because of my job or because of my own
bad choices of people I'm causing myself aggregated frustration that is overwhelming. Physically I want to jump out of my skin. I want to run
away fast and I can visualize myself running away from these thoughts, these people and this chatter.
Tuula Rand states "you need to change your mindset" she forgot to mention the process might be a little more than uncomfortable.
I can no longer participate in negative gossip about other people, or listen to other people getting a kick from placing harsh judgment on a brother (or a sister).
Because I have learned the opposite, "This method of mind stimulation, through harmonious discussion of definite subjects, between three
people, illustrates the simplest and most practical use of the Master Mind. Napoleon Hill
Last, but not least, man, with all of his boasted culture and education, understands little or nothing of the intangible force (the greatest of all the intangibles) of thought. Napoleon Hill
I feel like I'm being sent through one of the machines at "Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory". I'm being contoured, twisted and squeezed, getting
me ready to be reapportioned, reshaped and trimmed up!! Hopefully I won't come out a blueberry.!
Thank you Michael Dlouhy for the calls, everyone on these calls, and my dad for never giving up on me. I'm still in progress.
"Perhaps we shall learn, as we pass through this age, that the “other self” is more
powerful than the physical self we see when we look into a mirror." Napoleon Hill