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D E V E L O P I N G
Y O U R
M I N D
I have new, expanded thoughts about every area of my life.
I am focused, alert, and able to concentrate.
I think the thoughts of my soul.
I automatically think in positive ways. I love my thoughts.
I am calm, alert, and balanced.
I honor and value my creativity and ideas.
I easily receive new, creative, and original ideas.
I am a creative, insightful person.
I choose to think positively about every situation in my life.
I know I can create whatever I set my mind to, and I do.
I make decisions easily.
My inner dialog is loving and supportive of who I am.
My mind is held steady in the light of my soul.
My thoughts are illumined by the light of my Higher Self and soul.
I love and trust my imagination. I imagine a positive future.
I become wiser in the light.
Everything I create fulfills me.
I am filled with new ideas and I put them into action.
I am wise. I give myself good advice.
I know my thoughts create my reality. I focus on what I want, rather than what I don't want.
I have an excellent memory.
I replace any negative thoughts with positive ones. I consciously choose how I think about things.
My mind is clear and alert.
I link my mind with the Universal Mind often.
I believe that the universe is friendly.
I think of positive things.
I observe my thoughts with loving detachment. I know I am not my thoughts, but the self that creates them.
I bring unconscious thoughts into my consciousness, so I can choose what thoughts I want to focus on.
I trust the insights I receive.
I operate from the plane of the mind.
I now wake up a new level of clarity, well-being, and energy.
My thoughts are loving and positive.
I am flexible and open to new ideas.
It is easy to focus and concentrate.
I open to new, original, creative, expansive, and fresh thoughts.
I enjoy learning new things.
I love to create new, higher thoughts.
I choose positive, uplifting thoughts to put into my mind.
I am a creative person.
With each breath in I am becoming more mentally alert.
I experience clarity and harmony in all my relationships.
Quotations in the notes in the picture attributed to:
-Napoleon Hill. American Author, 1883-1970.
-Leo F. Buscaglia. American guru, tireless advocate of the power of Love, 1924-1998.
-Katharine Hepburn. American Actress, 1907-2003.
-Patañjali. A pseudonym attributed to the Author (or one of the authors)
of the Yoga system of Hindu philosophy, 2nd-c BC.
-Dr. Linus Pauling. American theoretical Chemist and Biologist, 1901-1994.
-Oscar Wilde. Irish Poet, Novelist, Dramatist and Critic, 1854-1900.
-Barbara Kingsolver. American Writer and Activist. b.1955.
-Aristotle. Ancient Greek Philosopher, Scientist and Physician, 384 BC-322 BC.
-Ann Landers. American Advice columnist, 1918-2002.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson. American Poet, Lecturer and Essayist, 1803-1882.
-Oprah Winfrey. American Television personality, Actress and Producer, b.1954.
-Julia Cameron. American Journalist, Author, Poet, Playwrighter, Novelist,
Filmmaker, and Composer, b. 1948.
-Henry James. American Expatriate writer, 1843-1916.
-Robert Collier. American Motivational author, 1885-1950.
-Elbert Hubbard. American Editor, Publisher and Writer, 1856-1915.
-Thomas S. Szasz. Hungarian psychiatrist and Professor of Psychiatry, b.1920.
-C.S. Lewis. British Scholar and Novelist, 1898-1963.
-Buddha. Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C.
-Raymond Chandler. American Writer, author of detective fiction, 1888-1959.
-Albert Einstein. German born American Physicist who developed the special and general theories of relativity. Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921, 1879-1955.
-Mary Lou Cook. American Community activist, Calligrapher and Author. b. 1918?
-Madame de Stael. French woman of letters, Political propagandist, 1766-1817.
-Emile Zola. French Novelist, Critic and Activist. 1840-1902.
-Clarence Darrow. American Lawyer, Speaker and Writer, 1857-1938.
-George Bernard Shaw. Irish literary critic, playwright and essayist.
Nobel Prize for Literature, 1856-1950.
-John W. Gardner. American Writer and Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, 1912-2002.
-Stephen R. Covey. American author, b. 1932.
”Quotation study is a great way to plant seeds in inquisitive minds — seeds that lead
to further exploration and learning.”
-Rob Kall, 2001