PONDER on THIS for Thursday, December 13th, 2012 by Pete Koerner in THE BELIEF FORMULA

“We all know what we know. Or do we? The truth is that we each only know what we have been told. When that information serves us – great! Most of the time, however, what we have been taught only leads to lives filled with pain, suffering, and misfortune; it is a sad fact that most people are simply not happy and healthy because they were taught WHAT to think rather than WHAT thinking IS. If your life isn’t working for you, try learning some new things; try asking yourself what kinds of things interest you – we tend to think differently when we are interested in a thing. We tend to think about the things we are interested in the way we should be thinking all the time – positively and creatively.”

                      Pete Koerner, in “The Belief Formula”

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