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You Can't Afford The Luxury Of A Negative Thought The Basics: Title: You Can't Afford The Luxury Of A Negative Thought: A Book For People with Any Life-Threatening Illness... Including Life Author: Peter McWilliams Publisher: Prelude Press, part of the “Life 101” series. Copyright: 1988 558 Pages $7.95 at Amazon WAR Score: Waffling Factor 5 Actionability Factor 5 Readability Factor 5 Total Points: 15 of 15 You can read about the WAR Score HERE The book was written to help anyone deal with negative thinking, but has a special section addressing the needs of people with life-threatening illnesses such as…
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Our busy, complicated lives sometimes bring a wave of negative emotions: sadness, jealousy, depression, grief, anger, confusion, anxiety, and stress. Unfortunately, it's all too easy sometimes to succumb to the naturally powerful nature of these emotions and allow ourselves to be troubled for hours, days, or weeks on end. On the other end of the spectrum, happiness, gratefulness, joy, relief, comfort and contentment are also emotional pieces we feel at times as we go throughout our lives. True happiness and emotional freedom is what all mankind strives for! Although self-care is an important concept, many of us fall short in…
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All You Really Need To Start Meditate, Today Despite what you may have heard or read somewhere else, to meditate, there are just four key elements that you need to getting started. First, you need to have a passive attitude. This attitude lets you have a good meditation experience because you aren't struggling with trying to control your thoughts. Attitude isn’t everything, though. The next element that you need is the right location. Also, you need the right posture. Finally, you need something to meditate on or about. It’s called your point of focus. Now, we’ll go into a little…
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I've known people with cancer who have learned to love their cancer as a part of themselves. Honestly, I don't think I'm ready to buy into that. I don't think we have to love anything about our cancer. I do believe that we should accept it. Accepting that we have cancer and that we may have had a part in bringing into our lives, is not the same as loving it or blaming ourselves. We need to become Warriors. Isn't Being A Warrior Stressful? As you already know, cancer patients need less stress in their lives. So, the question is;…
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