“Thinking is More Powerful than Thunder”

Posted on May 30, 2011 in Life Coaching | 6 comments

The views of Chinese Medicine and Buddhist Psychology agree that Mind is the ultimate medicine. Over time you become what you think. “Energy follows thought.” The mind is the most powerful tool we have. How are you using it? Is it a positive and constructive tool for achieving your goals and life purpose or is it negative and destructive? The power is within you to create a good and enriching life to benefit yourself, your family, your community and the world.

What steps can you take to train your mind to help you attain a balanced and harmonious life?

1) Learn and practice Meditation or Quiet Sitting.
2) Spend time walking or hiking in the natural world and observing phenomena
3) Learn and practice Tai Chi, Chi Gong, Eight Treasures, Dao-In or a Yoga form.
4) Release negative thoughts. Write them down and tear the paper up, burn or bury it with the affirmation, “I now release this _____________thought, emotion etc for the benefit of myself and others.”
5) Cultivate positive thoughts. Write down your positive thought or intention and repeat daily (especially when facing obstacles) for 30 days.

Alaina

6 Comments

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