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The Jesus Affirmations: Using Biblically-Based Truths to Develop Healthy Habits of Mind

McLaughlin, Bruce

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ISBN 10: 1436338220 / ISBN 13: 9781436338226
Published by Xlibris, 2008
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Title: The Jesus Affirmations: Using ...

Publisher: Xlibris

Publication Date: 2008

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The Jesus Affirmations: Using Biblically Based Truths to Transform Your Life utilizes the words of Christ as a foundation upon which is built a program to enhance your life. There is something about the nature of human beings which makes it easy to set ourselves up for failure. We are prone to engaging in negative self-talk and we are prone to believing what we tell ourselves in this way. We envision the most absurd situations in which we are the butt of jokes and not measuring up to the expectations of other, and often tell ourselves what we 'should' have done or said. With the Jesus Affirmations we have a collection of positive, life-affirming statements that, when practiced on a regular basis, can set us up for success. The most up-to-date brain research tells us that some of the things we were told about learning by our parents and grandparents are true. "Practice makes perfect" is something that is a reality and can be scientifically measured. The key to remember is that what we practice is what we get good at. When we practice any activity, even once, we cause a message to travel from one nerve cell to the next. Each time we do this there is a strengthening of the myelin sheath that surrounds the shaft of each neuron. Think of this myelin as Teflon on a skillet. Just as Teflon keeps things from sticking to the surface of the skillet, the myelin makes the electrical impulse 'slide along' more quickly as it passes through the neuron. The more you practice a particular activity, the stronger and thicker the myelin sheath gets. By practice, then, you improve the ease at which you can perform this action. Imagining a physical skill, such as shooting baskets, or driving a golf ball is easy to envision because they are everyday activities. But this occurs with anything and everything that utilizes nerve fibers - including your thinking. Taking this to the next level I remind you that no action can be carried out without a thought occurring first. Thinking is energy.

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Dr. Bruce McLaughlin utilizes his experience as an educator, public speaker, life coach, consultant, musician, and writer in putting together this collection of affirmations and meditations designed to enhance your personal relationship with God, Christ, and those most important individuals in your life. This book assists you in making a daily commitment to living life the way it was designed - with joy, strength, love, and a reverence for all life. He lives with his wife and three children in rural Illinois. You may reach him for speaking engagements, personal coaching & mentoring, or consulting via his website at

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