The Supreme Law of Change states that I
can change who I am by changing what I put into my mind.
What I put into my mind is important, because it changes who I am. What
other people put in is equally important, because it changes who I am as
Negative thinkers are dangerous. When they put negative thoughts into
my mind, they push my inner voice in a negative direction and make me
into a negative person. Limited thinkers are equally dangerous. When
they put their limiting thoughts into my mind, I start to believe that
my dreams are impossible. I will not allow the Life Long Disoriented to
abuse me with their litany of negation and limitation. I will not allow
them to steal my dreams.
I use the Supreme Law of Change to make my life better.
I spend my time
with positive people who put good things into my mind. I read positive
books and recite positive self-talk to push my inner voice in a positive
direction. I become a positive person by putting positive things into
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Jesus had 20/20 spiritual vision. He saw and
understood things that we barely comprehend. At our very best, we see
though a glass darkly.
On more than one occasion, Jesus made comments about our eyes. In one
particularly shocking statement, He said that if your eye offends you,
pluck it out. He followed that admonition with other startling words to
the effect that It's better to go to heaven with only one eye than to
end up in hell with two.
Back in Jesus time, there weren't any psychologists to explain how the
mind works. If Jesus wanted to make a spiritual or psychological point,
He had to make up a story or create an illustration to reveal the truth.
Obviously, the point of Jesus' story had nothing to do with plucking
your eyes out. He wasn't advocating masochistic self-mutilation as a
path to redemption. Instead, He was making it abundantly clear that what
you look at changes who you are, so you need to be careful about how you
use your eyes.
You are a visual creature, and vision is the door to your mind.
Everything you look at is important because what you see goes uncensored
straight into your mind. If you let Hollywood and the media control
your vision, you will be looking at the wrong things. You can't look at
rubbish without it ruining your life.
God doesn't want Eye Pluckers. Instead, He wants Positive Picture
People to use the gift of vision in a constructive manner. He wants you
to change who you are by having you look at good things.
That's why I've created a positive web ring that puts dozens of positive
pictures in your mind. All of my web sites are full of images that
carry an inspirational message. Each time you look at my photographs,
you push your mind in a positive direction.
If you don't spend time every day looking at good things, then your life
will never improve, and you will miss out on the dream that God has for
your life. What you look at changes who you are, so make sure you're
looking at good things.
Your eyes are an
extension of your brain. As your body develops inside your
mother's womb, your eyes actually grow and project out from your brain.
For all practical purposes, your eyes are part of your brain.
That's why your eyes are so important.
When an image goes into
your eyes, it instantly enters your mind. Your brain
photographs that image and stores it for future reference. The
quickest and most efficient way of getting information into your brain
is to use the eyes. Although your eyes see a picture for only a
second, your brain sees the picture for the rest of your life.
The eyes reign supreme as agents of change. No other organ can
transmit information to your brain as rapidly and efficiently.
Your eyes are the window to your mind, and when you want to create
positive change, positive pictures and graphics do the job admirably.
Drive down any street and look at the billboards. Turn on your
television and watch the commercials. Advertisers use your eyes to
change the way you think.
Smart people advertise their dreams to themselves by showing pictures of
them to their mind. Those pictures pass directly into their memory
banks and make them into different people.