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A Healthy Mind
There is a well-worn but pithy proverb that underscores the importance of right thinking—of a healthy mind. It says of a man, "As he thinketh in his heart, so is he." Prov. 23:7;
Newspaper reports indicate a growing awareness among physicians of the relationship between mental health and physical well-being. Experience in practice, and specific studies conducted at certain medical schools, are revealing to them in ever-increasing degree the connection between fearful, unhappy, emotionally-disturbed thought and some forms of physical disease—and the health-producing effects of faith, hope, and most importantly, love.
Of course, it is one thing to understand something of the mental cause of disease, but a very different thing to know how to correct disturbed thought—to produce a healthy state of mind—and thus bring about healing. At present, although doctors acknowledge the psychosomatic basis for certain forms of illness, they still believe man to be a physical entity controlled by the brain. And they still attempt to produce a healthy mental attitude by psychological techniques or by the use of drugs.
Restoration to Wholeness
ANETTA G. SCHNEIDER
"It is impossible to lose your mind!"
RALPH C. CHARBENEAU
Finding One's True identity
To Rid the Mind of Fear
GEORGE W. LEDBETTER
Wholly in Our Right Mind
CHARLES HENRY GABRIEL
Adjusting Memory's Mechanism
A Healthy Mind
Alan A. Aylwin
When I came to myself some fifteen years ago in a state mental...
Jo Ann Clinefelter with contributions from Kenneth W. Clinefelter
This testimony is the expression of my deepest gratitude for...
Judith H. Hedrick
"Whatever is governed by God, is never for an instant deprived...
Wilma Wilkerson Horan with contributions from Jerome F. Horan, Mary Michelle Horan
As a young man in my teens, I took to drinking
William P. Gray