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January 20, 2012

posted Feb 2, 2012, 6:21 AM by Olivia Russ
Bishop E. Earl Jenkins
Mind Management
Bishop E. Earl Jenkins

Managing your mind should be one of your top priorities. Your mind is like a computer, it only spits out the data you feed it. Winners work hard at investing the right material inside themselves. Dr. Hans Selye researched and popularized a tiny membrane in the back of our head known as the RAS: Reticular Activating System. Your RAS has a primary function: it moves you in the direction of your dominant thought at that moment. We naturally act on what fills our minds.

Newburgh Theological Seminary

When we become preoccupied with a thought, eventually we want to act on it. This explains a lot of things -- like... (Continued)