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t    the special giftScientists tell us we have sixty-five thousand thoughts every day. It is probably true.  However, if we allow negative thoughts to remain in our brains our days will be negative. The people who constantly berate themselves never see good days or positive events in their lives.  Of course, the Facebook people along with YouTube have countless individuals offering affirmations and coaching.  Many give short videos for free simply because the ads on their sites contribute heavily to their incomes.  Others are blatant about it and explain that there is a fee often substantial to heal your mind. There are countless books that they have read which has given them the ability to offer their services. These books are available online for reasonable prices. If you listen to the free videos they cite names of past people who started the positive thinking and affirmations. One of the most famous books is “The Power of Positive Thinking” by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.  It can be found online in used book shops or even brand new.  Medical professionals believe quite strongly in positive thinking as they are convinced it helps to heal people who are sick. For example, Louise Hay cured herself of stage four cancer with positive thoughts on a daily basis.  Her book is also available online and in used book shops on the internet was well. In the Good Gus series, positive thoughts were again another underlying factor in the stories to encourage children to feel positive about themselves. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books will be ready next week! Please consider adding “The Special Gift” as a new Christmas tradition.

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