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Power of Positive Thinking

Power of Positive Thinking

When one of Murphy’s relatives developed tuberculosis, his relative’s son picked up a piece of wood off a sidewalk and gave it to his father, and said that this was a cross bought from a monk and the cross had been used to heal many people. The father held onto the piece of wood tightly overnight, and the next morning he was completely healed.

Principally, if you visualize or imagine what you hope to be true, sometimes it does come true.

Mental Movie Method: involves creating a mental image that you desire. Then, you hold it in your mind until your subconscious makes it a reality.


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