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Positive Thinking - The Secrets To Improve Your Happiness Mindset Relationships and Start Living Life Now! - cover

Positive Thinking - The Secrets To Improve Your Happiness Mindset Relationships and Start Living Life Now!

Kellie Sullivan

Publisher: Fyrus

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It has long been studied by psychologists and scientists that the powers of your thoughts affect your health, your mental abilities, and your emotional well-being. People that think positively actively anticipate good health, success, and happiness. Positive thinking helps people to overcome adversity, strengthen their faith, and transition through change with reduced stress levels.This book will go in depth into the optimal ways of changing your thought patterns that will help you develop your positivity, optimism and happiness. The way we feel about the stumbles and jumbles in our lives comes from our personal perception of what is happening in the world around us. The filter of perception is our thought habits. Your thoughts are in your power so take charge and command. You only have control of today, let go of the past and Start living life now!Are you ready to make that change?Tired of not being unhappy and falling back to the old pattern?
 
Here Is A Preview Of What Inside The Book:

 
Rational Thought and Its Purpose
 
Your Attitude Determines Your Direction
 
Affirmations and Their Benefits
 
How to Use Affirmations
 
Attitude of Gratitude
 
Learn to Listen With Your Heart
 
And much, much more!

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