How to Use Affirmative Prayer - Part III

Using Your Personal Power

“Before a diamond shows its brilliance and prismatic colors, it has to stand a good deal of cutting and smoothing.”

What exactly is positive thinking? Is it pie in the sky, airy fairy double think? Hardly.  Positive thinking is more the result of understanding and practicing the following suggestions:

•    Accept responsibility for your actions and reactions. Life will always throw challenges your way; how you handle them determines the result of their presence in your life. “When you do not listen to your conscience it’s because you do not want advice from a stranger.” Anonymous
•    Expect the best outcome for all concerned. “What worries you, masters you.” H.W. Robinson
•    Remain flexible. You may not always know the consequences of getting your prayers answered. “This, or something better…”

Challenge: Consciously change something in your life every day. This begins the rather uncomfortable process of habit rearrangement and reconstruction. It’s not easy but in the process comes manifestation.

“Become a possibilitarian. No matter how dark things seem or actually are, raise your sights and see possibilities—always.”
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

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