Lesson The Inverse Paranoid

"Verily the most necessary thing is contentment under all circumstances; by this, one is preserved from morbid conditions and from lassitude. Yield not to brief and sorry: they case the greatest misery.

Jealousy consumeth the body and anger doth burn the liver: avoid these two as you would a lion."

"Nothing has any power over me other than that which I give it through my conscious thoughts."

-- Anthony Robbins

"All bad things must come to an end."

-- Nature's First Law

In order for you to remain in "flow" all the time, in order for you to achieve the health levels you desire daily, you must be able to convert negative thoughts into positive thoughts.

You can create an aura of positive energy around you by a positive mental attitude. A positive outlook means confidently expecting to learn and benefit from every situation. When you are in the right frame of mind, any obstacle may be transformed in a moment into greater effort which will bring you closer to the massive success of which you are capable.

Attitude is everything. A bad attitude does not come by chance - it is constructed by negative thoughts and emotions.

Negative emotions are always harmful. They serve no useful purpose. They poison and acidify the body. Negative emotions are the primary reason why people fail to achieve the highest levels of material and spiritual success. Feelings of doubt and fear always lead to failure.

If you experience negative emotions in your life, let them flow through you rather than bottle them within you. You can dispel negative emotions physically by: hitting, kicking, yellow, and/or biting. Dispel anger by driving a golfball, kicking a football, screaming aloud, and/or chewing dark green-leafy vegetables. Let the anger pass through you into the physical object. Transmute anger into positive action.

You can dispel negative emotions through normal exercise (although not as quickly as through the methods mentioned above). Dancing, lifting weights, surfing, or walking are all effective ways to manage negativity.

You can also dispel negative emotions mentally by reframing the experience, by changing what the experience means to you. When you look for the good in any situation, then the good looks for you and you dispel negativity.

All experiences may be transmuted into useful service. No experience need be a negative mental liability. Through the power of thought, one may transform sadness to happiness in a nanosecond. Your ability to reframe any situation, to find the positive benefit, is unlimited.

It is not what happens to you, but your reaction to what happens to you that counts. No mental challenge is stressful in itself, only your response to a mental challenge can cause stress.

Nothing is entirely good or bad for you until you say so. If you believe that everything which happens to you in life contains some good within it, then everything will come forth to strengthen you and help you to rise to a higher level of consciousness.

Problems are challenges; challenges are good; challenges are inevitable. Every challenge in your life is heaven-sent to teach you a valuable physical and spiritual lesson. Every challenge contains a gift.

Use your willpower to keep any disappointment from dampening your spirit. Every disappointment builds character, knowledge, strength, and stamina. Use each setback as a stepping stone for advancement.

Accept defeat as an inspiration to greater effort and carry on with the belief that you will succeed. Convert defeat into a challenge to greater effort.

Most people sense intuitively that there is another side to life - a better way. But when they advance towards it, they are struck by a bombardment of contradictory information and negativity which stumbles them. This is the test you must pass to achieve success. Napoleon Hill discovered in research his Laws of Success that the greatest achievers he interviewed found their greatest successes just beyond their greatest failures. So, even following an enormous perceived failure, keep yourself in a state of total resourcefulness and you will eventually succeed. Success lies on the far side of failure.

There is one unbeatable rule for mastering frustrations and disappointments, and that is to accept the lesson learned and continue to work diligently and intently towards one's goals. Use strong emotions, whether positive or negative, to inspire the creation of ideas through your imagination, then take action upon those ideas.

You are in control. You either make yourself miserable, or you make yourself strong. The amount of work is the same. In fact, it takes even more energy to be miserable than to be strong. It takes more energy to be "paranoid" than to be an "inverse paranoid." Consider this: it takes 13 muscles to smile and 112 muscles to frown.

An inverse paranoid is someone who believes the universe is conspiring to do her/him good. The personality of the inverse paranoid is characterized by a positive mental attitude. A positive mental attitude is one of the best indicators of how healthy a person really is. Due to a positive mental attitude, the inverse paranoid is always more likely to succeed.

The inverse paranoid expects to win and is always swift to make decisions based on intuitive feeling without fear or regret. My experience as an inverse paranoid has taught me this is true as I feel I am a good decision maker. I have always trusted my gut feeling. The inverse paranoid trust her/his instincts! Instinct is a direct download of information from infinite intelligence.

The inverse paranoid calls upon spiritual powers through which obstacles may be removed at will. That spiritual power changes the biochemistry of the mind and body to access greater resources to overcome any challenge.

In my journal I have written the following: "Nature is conspiring to do me good, to keep me young, and to place me at the top of the world." That is the attitude of the inverse paranoid.

Indian philosophy explains that once we state something ten thousand times it becomes a mantra, a thought form which shapes the future. The word "mantra" in its Sanskrit derivation is a combination of two words: "man" (thought) and "tra" (liberation). A mantra should be a thought of liberation. The slogan, mantra, or motto of the inverse paranoid is: "Don't worry about it, embrace it." Try saying that aloud or to yourself ten thousand times! I have - and the results are revolutionary.

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