If our mind works soundly, we are in good shape. However, working soundly does not refer to a physical think. It refers to our thoughts, our attitudes, and the kind of things we feed our mind. In this book, Larson teaches us how the health of the mind is fundamental for life. With a series of “mind cures” he gives us advice to eliminate nervousness, despondency, fear and depression. On Nervousness “The fact is, if nervousness were completely removed from the race more than half of the physical ills, and nearly all the mental ills, would be removed. The strength and endurance of the body would be increased remarkably, and the capacity of the mind would in most instances be practically doubled.” On curing despondency: “Recent discoveries in psychology have revealed the fact that no mental talent or faculty can grow to any satisfaction unless the mind realizes an abundance of brightness and joy.” On fear: “SO long as there is a tendency to fear it is not possible for any mind to do its best, and as it is absolutely necessary for every mind to do its best in order to live the life of peace, health, freedom, and attainment, we must proceed to remove fear completely.”
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