What I Think: Changing Thoughts And Behaviour, One Page At A Time

I started doing something new. Well, it’s not actually new to me, it just feels like I am going to see results this time. Have you ever started a journal and actually wanted to continue writing in it? Well, it’s happening to me. 

I have always held the belief that you get what you think about — that the thoughts you are thinking manifest in your life experience. I remember listening to an Anthony Robbins audiocassette tape maybe 18 years ago. He was talking about just this topic when he said that we choose to fall in or out of love with another person. He explained that when you are distant with a loved one, it probably means that you are thinking about the things that you don’t like in your partner. To be in love means that you must remember and focus on everything that is good — everything that brought you to love that person in the first place. His words resonated with me, and hearing them come out of his mouth felt like he had tapped into my brain. 

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Vera Asanin
Vera Asanin
Vera Asanin is President and Editor-In-Chief of “Your Workplace.”
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