Our Most Powerful Tool

The mind is our most powerful tool. It has three parts - the conscious, subconscious and unconscious. The mind can distract us or keep us focused.

It’s the mind that allows the late night ice cream binge or the discipline to eat right all day.

The mind will awaken us, without an alarm at 4:45 to start our morning routine, or the mind can cause us to sleep in and rush panicking into the day.

We can be conformed to this world by going with the norm of our existing thoughts and the world around us......or we can be transformed by the renewing of our minds.

Renewing of our minds is a powerful principle. It’s out choice, o
our decision, our outcome! What we focus on, we’re more likely to get. Do our actions and habits produce the positive results we want? If not, change the way we think, practice daily disciplines to renew our mind. As a result, new actions and habits will follow.

What’s going into our mind through our senses is changing who we are in the inside that we live out on the outside. Who we are on the inside will determine who we are on the outside.

We cannot always change what just happened us, but we can control how we respond by controlling how we renew our minds.

We will all be different 5 years from today, than we are today. That difference is determined by who we associate with, what we watch, what we hear and what we read.

 

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