The Power of Mind Nurturing

“Nurture your mind with great thoughts, for you will never go higher than you think” – Benjamin Desraeli

Are you looking to take yourself to a higher level? The above quote is yet another reminder that increasing the quality of your life begins with increasing the quality of your thoughts. It’s unbelievable what a simple concept this is. Yet why do so many fail to do it?

There are two reasons people struggle to maintain positive thoughts. One is that they allow the negatives to take precedence. Two is simply a matter of not taking the time to do it. Knowing that increasing the quality of your thoughts enhances the quality of your life, why would you not take the time to do it? It’s a question I finally got around to asking myself in recent years. I have realized that we need to spend quality time each day deliberately increasing the quality of our thoughts.

I recommend your remain focused on the opening quote. How high and how positive can you allow yourself to think? Realize that whatever level that is, God can not only take you to that level, but He will one up you. Ephesians 3:20Β in the Bible says that God will provide immeasurably more than you can ever think or ask. So why not consistently imagine the most beautiful, ideal thoughts that you can possibly think of?

The key to a high quality, joyful life is to spend time nurturing the garden of your mind. Pull out any negative weeds, then plant and water seeds of positivity, love, and success. Eventually they will grow to heights above and beyond what you could have ever imagined. Enjoy the blessings πŸ™‚

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5 Responses to The Power of Mind Nurturing

  1. How beautiful, Joe! Thanks for the reminder:)

  2. Nadyess says:

    Nice to read this Joe! Permanently I’m pulling out the negative weeds to grow. Once in a while I miss one but then posts like yours helps remembering to pull them out right on time. πŸ˜‰ I loved it the way you wrote about it. Have a wonderful evening!

    • joedalio says:

      Thank you so much for the kind words. Half the battle is being aware of the weeds, then gently pulling them out. I’m learning more each day that, even if we miss one, it’s ok as long as we don’t dwell on them or allow them to take over. Have an excellent day πŸ™‚

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