Your thoughts have a very significant impact on the life you lead and the quality of the relationships you will have with family members, friends, and significant others.
Some even reason that our thoughts and beliefs can have an even stronger effect on our health than modern medicine.
Consider these examples:
- A middle-aged man dies a day after his Doctor diagnosed him with Cancer, even though his autopsy revealed he was misdiagnosed.
- Many women who are desperate to have a child will begin to have real symptoms of a pregnancy such as cravings and an increase in the size of their breasts, despite the fact that they are not actually pregnant.
People who suffer from Depression who participate in clinical trials for new antidepressants start experiencing an improvement in their moods although they were given the placebo and not the actual drug.
That being said, it has been scientifically proven that you can improve your health, career and relationships simply by improving the way you think about yourself and the world around you.