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Who Switched Off My Brain? Revised: Controlling Toxic Thoughts and Emotions Hardcover – November 3, 2009
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Martin W. Oliver II Ph.D.
specializing in human behavior and chemistry
practicality makes this a MUST READ for every person who wants to stay healthy emotionally, spiritually, and physically..My oh my, what great power resides in the brain and our thoughts!!
One reviewer mentioned there were no "practical methods" to implement these truths. I disagree, but the Word of God has an abundance of information on this subject. In a nutshell, if a person focuses his/her mind and affections on God and His infinite goodness, the byproduct of this is life and peace. The world around you may be in utter chaos, but within your heart the peace of God allows you to be victorious over any and all situations--including sickness and disease. One may assert that a person cannot be mindful of God throughout our busy days, but you can. It's true that we worry about things and still are able to accomplish daily tasks, so why not simply "worry" about the things of God. All worry is is meditating on the wrong thing. This is what it means to "pray without ceasing..."
"Be not conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God." [Romans 12:2]
"As he thinks in his heart so is he.Read more ›
Excellent! We all want that desperately. However, life gets in the way. This mortal corruption gets in the way. The environment does impact us whether we think about it or not. I wonder how these power thinkers will power their way through menopause and midlife transition if their brain chemicals go to heck in a handbasket. I tried power thinking my way through it and failed miserably. My anxiety shot level through the ceiling. It's possible that there may be physical imbalances not created by the human thought process - you may not be able to avoid brain chemical imbalance in puberty or menopause by positive thinking. Not because the positive thinking does not work but because we are imperfect living in a toxic environment. I believe there are some brain chemical imbalances that may be physiological just based upon personal experience.Read more ›
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Excellent information to help change those negative thoughts. Good read.Published 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
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Great book for those who are truly fascinated about how the brain actually works and how the process of renewing your mind really does work.Published 2 months ago by Steven Beacon