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“If you fill your consciousness with the positive aspects of Divine Spirit, there is no vacuum where the negative may enter.” – Harold Klemp – The Language of Soul

Our mind is so focused on scanning our environment for danger that it is much easier for us to think negatively. Focusing on positive things is much more difficult and takes some discipline, particularly if you are trying to adjust your thoughts this way. One way that will work for you is using whomever you use as a focal point for your religious worldview. Whether you use Christ, Hari Krishna, Rumi, Confucius, Muhammad, or the Buddha, the effect will be the same.

I don’t know of anyone who can think negatively while keeping their mind on Christ or any other spiritually elevated individual in history. By keeping your attention on one of these spiritual giants (One that has special meaning to you), negative thoughts will leave you while you practice this exercise.

Once you begin the practice of focusing on the positive, your outlook will change. Things that may have bothered you in the past will no longer trouble you. You’ll feel a calmness begin to take over your being. You will relax.

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