Did you know? It is International Books Week!
Our friends Bookerman and Asa’s Mom has started an intriguing game.
You need to grab the nearest book, turn to Page 52 and post the 5th sentence. Do not reveal the name of the book !!
Our offering….’ The skin on her face is all loose and wrinkly like a Shar Pei’
So, what have you been reading this week?
Here’s something more from what we have been reading that we really liked. From another book, of course!
‘ Positive Imaging’ is positive thinking carried one step further. If you consistently picture the best – not the worst- happening to you, powerful forces will work to bring it about.
Never doubt it. What is imaged in your minds tends to actualize itself. The pyramids of Egypt, the Pantheon, Saint Peter’s in Rome, the great soaring bridges in New York, once existed only as an idea in somebody’s mind – and that is when their real existence began. Somebody imaged them – and then those images took on form and substance.
That is the sequence : first the germ of the idea, then the image of the idea, then the energy and determination to clothe it with reality, and finally the triumphant reality.
Put imaging to work, and your self image will expand and grow.
- Norman Vincent Peale: ‘ Positive Imaging - The Powerful Way to Change your Life.’
A must read , if you are at that point in life where you want to change it’s course. Like if you want to give up your job and follow your dreams or feel you need at least to cut down on work to devote more time to do those things that make you happy.
May be painting, writing, cooking or working for animals. Join an NGO may be.
Or if you think things aren’t going the way they should for quite sometime in spite of your best efforts. May be you need to put in more positive energy, more visuals of success in your plans, even if they mean a daily to do list.
With more visuals of a successful day, you do tend to have a successful day. Somehow, somewhere forces in nature conspire – they say- to make it all happen for you!!
Positively imaging stuff,
Ginger, Buddy and Shadow