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What is Your Mental Diet?
Rev. Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT -- Healing and Spiritual Growth Rev. Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT -- Healing and Spiritual Growth
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Dateline: Edgewood, WA
Monday, June 26, 2023



Hearing so much about diet thesedays brings an understanding that food in your blood stream builds all thetissues composing your body. It is sensible to know how to be healthy and eatquality food. However, there is dieting at a level that is infinitely moreprofound and far reaching in its effects. That would be a mental diet. This bringsa new awareness the thoughts upon which your mind dwells. What spiritualsubstances have our attention? What is our spiritual diet? This diet can changeyour life in a week.   


Thought is the real causation oflife. It is necessary to have the same kind of environment and mind.  Many changes are necessary to align, as yourwhole life will transform. Being happy and cheerful or being in a low-spiritand fearful depends entirely on the quality of the mental food upon which youdiet. We are transformed by the renewing of our minds. That your mental diet isreally the most important thing in your whole life is now becoming moreunderstood and applied in our lives.


The challenge is to stand backand acknowledges our thoughts objectively. Our moods can change and we canchange them. They make or mar out personal happiness. If you are in a baddisposition, you cannot be healthy. When feeling cynical, depressed, superior,or frightened, life is not worth living. Knowing that this too shall passprovides the information and power to change your focus and allow the negativeto leave to be replaced with love, sanity, and peace.


The mental diet is really themost important thing in your whole life. As you make a commitment to stay inbeing positive for the next week, it is not easy. However, it is necessary tostand back and look at your words and reactions objectively. It is a trainingof the mind. It is not possible to be prosperous, and have a bad disposition.  If you are not determined to start in now andcarefully select all day the kind of thoughts that you are going to think, yourmay as well give up all hope of shaping your life into a better one, becausethis is the only way.


Can you commit to devote one weeksolely to the task of building a new habit of thought. This week will be themost significant in your whole life. It will be the turning point for you. Asit is in accordance with the Great Law, it cannot fail. This will beexceedingly difficult for the first few days, but if you persevere, you willfind that it will become rapidly easier. It is the most interesting experimentthat you could possibly make.


The habit of positive thinkingwill begin to be established. This is only one week to have your lifedefinitely alter everything for the better.The whole idea is to have seven daysof unbroken mental discipline to retrain the mind in a new direction, once andfor all. If you do fall off the seven days, it is best to stop for several daysand then start again fresh. First, stay out of negative thinking, includingthoughts of failure, disappointment, or trouble. In addition no thoughts ofcriticism jealousy, or condemnation of others or yourself. This includesthoughts of sickness, accident, non- constructive, limitation, or pessimistic attitudeswhether it includes you or anyone else.


 Second, remember to be clear that this dietmeans not to entertain or dwell upon negative things.It does not matter if thenegative things come up; it is amount of time you dwell on it. This includesyour thought or those of others, their conduct, mail, telephone, crimes, disastersannounced from television, cell phones, social media, or newspapers. If yourfriend is speaking negatively, you do not have to accept it. It is your mentalconsent, remember, that constitutes your diet. Give yourself a positivethought, let go of the comment, and move on. The longer you entertain theattention to the negative is the damage. You are still on the diet. Findingothers that week that are positive will make the week easier. If you have ahard week coming up, stall your diet until after the difficulty.


When starting the diet all sortsof difficulties will surface. This is good sign. It means that things aremoving and that is what we want. Hold on steadily and let it rock, and when therocking is over, the picture will have reassembled itself into something muchnearer to your heart's desire. Remember not to dwell upon the upsets as thatimpeded the diet. A few of the thoughts I retain throughout the day are, This is the day the Lord hath made I willrejoice and be glad in it, God Bless Them, and I am in gratitude.


This diet is only for youand not to share with others. Keep it strictly to yourself. When you havecompleted the seven day successfully, and secured your demonstration, allow areasonable time to elapse in establishing your new mentality. Then tell thestory to anyone else who you think is likely to be helped.


Finally, remember thatnothing said or done by anyone else can possibly throw you off the diet. Onlyyour own reaction to the other person's conduct can do that. This brings ahigher level of consciousness thatis love, peace, generosity, and harmony that you want to experience.


Create a life you want. For more guidance toimprove your life, check out my book, "Paradigm Busters" at Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Marilyn-Redmond/e/B0069WIKDC


Rev. Marilyn L. Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT can help you find health, happiness and prosperity, too. Recently she was included in "Who's Who in America". Her books are distributed by the A.R.E. internationally to prisons.  Marilyn is a spiritual counselor, internationally board-certified regressionist, hypnotist, teacher, speaker, and medium. In addition, she gives readings and is an ordained minister for spiritual healing. Marilyn’s 10 books at Amazon and on line at Barnes and Nobel, and many articles reveal how she achieved a consciousness of oneness in healing her traumatic life of mental illness, addictions, PTSD, domestic violence, depression, and more.

Read her monthly column on https://www.thesussexnewspaper.com  

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