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Right Thinking Versus Positive Thinking How Do They Relate To The Law Of Attraction?

Author : Jack Dean

Is there a difference between right thinking and positive thinking? If there is a difference, how do we know which thought process to use with the laws of attraction?

I am sure the answers to these questions will make themselves known to you as you read this article.

Of course, positive thinking is the first step to accomplishing something once the conscious mind has conceived the idea of a desired goal. Maintaining a positive nature of thought in accordance with the accomplishment of your task or idea, requires that you talk to your self through positive affirmations, that you continually tell your self that you can most assuredly do this particular thing. One must consciously and continually tell ones self that he or she can accomplish this task, idea or goal creating autosuggestion so strong that you come to the belief that you will have success.

Just as an athlete mentally tells himself that he can run the hundred-meter dash in less time than his record indicates, even if it is just by a half a second, he can accomplish a faster run. Or a Professional golfer who wants to improve his game by at least a half a stroke, will continually tell himself that he can do it that he knows that it can be done and he will succeed. This series of positive affirmations transforms into belief in ones self through autosuggestion, sending a clear mental picture of the desired result to the subconscious mind.

The conscious mind has produced the idea or thought of self improvement. Now in order for these improvements to manifest themselves they have to be nurtured through right thinking, through visualization of the desired outcome, through concentration on the desired end results.

Right thinking is a spiritual process. Vision and imagination precede action and event. Focusing and concentrating on the desired end result will activate or engage the spiritual mind, commonly referred to as the subconscious mind. Here in the spiritual mind your desired results transfer to infinite intelligence or the universal mind. The universal mind in turn will hand over the knowledge necessary to accomplish your goal through the law of attraction. What we think about we bring about.

The subconscious mind does not think, it just responds to the thoughts that it receives from the conscious mind. It will manifest for you whatever you ask of it, good or bad. Therefore, you must direct it correctly through right thinking.

Henry Ford once said, "Whether you think you can or you think you can't you're right.This is a simple and profound truth of autosuggestion.

Thought is creative, whether consturctive or destructive thought has creative power. Be very careful about the way you think and the thoughts you entertain. Even though thoughts are creative, they do not have control over what you think. You and your conscious mind control your thoughts, you have complete control over what you choose to think. Knowing that thoughts are creative, be very certain that the thoughts you entertain are for the good of all humanity and are of value to all concerned.

In the King James Version of the New Testament chapter four verse eight, Paul the apostle is addressing the people of Philipi and is encouraging them on how to live joyfully in every circumstance. In his communication with them he states. "Finally brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report, if there be any virtue and if there be any praise, think on these things. Is this a spiritual form of right thinking?

Right thinking is a thought process whereby we allow ourselves to think only thoughts of success as the end result of a desired accomplishment and that we visualize and concentrate on the images of having already accomplished the task, idea or goal that our conscious mind has desired for us to do. Visualization and imagination precede action and event. In thinking it so we make it so.

Therefore, it is the opinions of the author that positive thinking and right thinking are very similar and very much interwoven. Positive thinking being the catalyst that manifests the belief in ones self that is necessary for success, and right thinking being the catalyst that manifests the vision and wisdom necessary for an accurate conclusion to the event.

In closing wouldn't you agree that right thinking and positive thinking are of equal importance to the attainment of any worthy idea, desire or goal? These two thought processes actually work synchronically to the relation of the laws of attraction.

"The greatest events of an age are its best thoughts. It is the nature of thought to find its way into action." -Bovee

Great success to you and God bless!

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Author Jack L Dean has thirty years of sales management experience, he has successfully helped hundreds of sales consultants achieve thier success goals. Action with the right knowledge equals success. For more information about successful living,wealth,health,wisdom and a free membership, visit

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