Right And Wrong Thinking

In my articles, I’m always stressing the vital role that your
mind has upon whatever you experience in your life, for good or
ill. The phrase I often use is “What you focus upon expands”.

Happily, I’ve just come across an excellent book that helps you
take charge in this vital area. It truly is like a seminar on
this vital subject. It’s titled, simply enough, “Right And Wrong
Thinking”. You can take a look for yourself right here:

Right And Wrong Thinking

It really is true. THINKING makes the difference between
happiness and sadness, failure and success. Yet, most people are
unaware of the power that lies between their own two ears.
Certainly, they may give it mental assent. Maybe they’ve heard
this kind of thing before, generally agree with it, and hence
cannot very well deny it.

Ah, but to put it into daily PRACTICE – to believe it in a way
that impacts your life… THAT is something altogether different.

Right And Wrong Thinking

I personally believe that sorting out what goes out in our own
heads is THE priority and challenge we face in our lives.
Anything that can take us forward in that task is really a must.
That’s why I recommend you take a look at this excellent new
resource. It could just make the cutting edge difference in your


Asoka Selvarajah


  1. Marilyn cobaltblue43@aol.com says:

    Regarding right and wrong thinking. I wholeheartedly agree upon your thinking on this issue. What can I do to have some type of control of my thinking at all times? Also, I want to tell you I don’t really understand what a blog is or just what I am suppose to do I am not very computer savy as you can see. However, I alway’s enjoy your ezines so very much, and also find them very valuable. Thank you so much. Marilyn

  2. Hi Marilyn…

    Happy New Year, by the way, and I wish for you only the best. Just the fact that you enjoy this website and have arrived here, is all that matters. I am learning to control my thoughts, too, in the way that I’m trying not to allow anger or resentment to take up space in my mind. When you think about it, these two detrimental emotions can only cause misery….for yourself, and everyone else. I think when we feel anger and resentment, we have to begin to let go of our egocentrical selves, and start to realize that with patience and understanding…..and Universal guidance, we can rise above our negative thoughts, and perhaps start to feel compassion for the people or events that bring up these challenges. However, when life presents challenges and stress, it’s not always that simple. It’s how you handle the challenges that makes all the difference. This is when we are being tested to overcome the unnecessary obstacles in our lives. When we do overcome these challenges for the better, that’s another level gained for how we grow as human beings. It benefits everyone…most of all, you. What I am striving for, is to apply this thoughtform, amongst all my toughest challenges. When we do this, I believe it begins a chain of good energy that passes on to others…and ultimately back to you. Trust in yourself, the Universe….and the fact that you’re never alone in this world.



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