How to Think Your Way to the Life You Want
A Guide to Understanding How Your Thoughts and Beliefs Create Your Life
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Hampton Roads Publishing
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This accessible step-by-step guide simplifies the complex subject of how your thinking creates your life. You'll delight in learning how thought works, and how your thoughts connect you with the universe. You'll also discover why so many people place such a strong emphasis on the power of thought on the influence of beliefs, and on a positive attitude. In short, you'll learn why thought is a basic building block of creation.
Among the topics covered:
- Thought-forms exist to fulfill their intent.
- Thought-forms attract similar thought-forms.
- Thoughts that I accept as true become my beliefs.
- Beliefs determine my experience.
- Beliefs are empowering or limiting.
- Attention strengthens thoughtforms.
- The Universe mirrors my beliefs back to me.
- Beliefs are added and removed by choice.
- Belief precedes experience.
How to Think Your Way to the Life You Want is a much expanded edition of Before You Think Another Thought with a new section covering ways to put thought and feeling into action.
"Bruce Doyle tells us in the preface to this book that he is not speaking as an engineer, former GE executive, or PhD in Organizational Transformation. He is speaking from his heart, without scientific proof, because he wants us to experience for ourselves the use of the fundamentals of thinking to achieve the life that we deserve. It's not a new idea, but it is a very original approach for applying the concept. While Doyle writes simply (and inspirationally) enough to make right-brain types comfortable, his logical explanations are just what's needed to bring skeptical, left-brain types into the fold. Let customers know that this is not just another think-your-way-to-your-dreams monologue." -Anna Jedrziewski, New Age Retailer, May 2011
"This is an excellent, simple, and easy-to-understand guide to how thoughts and beliefs work in the universe to create individual life experiences. I recommend it highly." -Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God