A better way to think : how positive thoughts can change your life

by Wright, H. Norman,

Format: Print Book 2015
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Northland Public Library Nonfiction 248.4 W93
Location  Northland Public Library
 
Collection  Nonfiction
 
Call Number  248.4 W93
 
 
Summary
All of us talk to ourselves, carrying on inner dialogues much of the day. Some of this self-talk frees us, but much of it keeps us captive to negative patterns that have a corresponding negative impact on our emotions and actions. But we do not have to remain prisoners of fear, anxiety, despair, disillusionment, regret, or stress

The bestselling author of A Better Way to Think shows readers how to truly bring every thought captive under Christ, thereby freeing themselves from the negative patterns of self-talk that have stymied their personal and spiritual growth for years. Biblically based and full of practical, proven strategies, this book helps readers harness the positive and creative power of their thought lives in order to experience lasting freedom from negativity.
Contents
My mind is filled with thoughts!
Where do thoughts come from?
The gift of imagination
Core beliefs: the source of your thoughts
Self-talk: taking more control
Igniting change: what's holding you back?
Knocking out toxic self-talk
for good!
Disarming toxic weapons in your marriage
Dousing "hot" thoughts
Emotions and your thoughts
Your thoughts, worry, and depression
New thoughts.

Additional Information
Subjects Peace of mind -- Religious aspects.
Success -- Religious aspects.
Thought and thinking -- Religious aspects.
Positive psychology.
Negativism.
Publisher Grand Rapids, MI :Spire :2015
Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group,
Edition Spire edition.
Language English
Description 268 pages ; 18 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-268).
ISBN 0800723376
9780800723378
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