"Stand porter at the door of thought"

It is becoming more generally understood that our thoughts determine our experiences. One who entertains good thoughts and make his actions conform to them usually finds that harmony and well–being are evident in his life. One who harbors wrong thoughts often learns that they beget unpleasant consequences. The wise person sees the need to watch his thoughts and accept only those that are good and constructive.

This is often easier said than done. Sometimes a person's mind may be so filled with resentment, revenge, or anger that it seems impossible for him to get rid of these suggestions. Is there an effective way to correct such thinking and thus gain freedom and harmony?

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