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Think on These Things


9th July 2013 Christian Books 6 Comments

Think on These Things teaches us to change our thinking in order to change our circumstances. Hifler writes about everyday life, helping her readers perceive Spirit and align themselves with their own inner power.


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  • 6 responses to "Think on These Things"

  • tired
    2:43 on July 9th, 2013
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    This Is a daily Meditations book, based on Native American spirituality. It calls us to a higher road of inner strength and making the next right choice. I think it is the best one Joyce has done thus far..

  • MikeAdamson
    3:31 on July 9th, 2013
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    I have read this book numerous times. If I were given only one choice of a book to read (outside of the Bible) this book would be it. If more people would read and absorb the lessons in this book, we would have a wonderful world to live in.

    I would like to meet Joyce Sequichie Hefler (the author), if she is still alive. She must be a remarkable human being.

    A friend gave me her first hard back edition, with her signiture written on it, many years ago. I take this book to bed with me every night and always feel so relaxed with any page I open the book to. This is the best gift you can give to yourself or anyone else, man or women, boy or girl. Order this book and take time to read and absorb the remarkable lessons. You would be glad you did, I am.

  • Xperia
    7:00 on July 9th, 2013
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    Daily inspirations that can inspire anyone to keep going when in doubt of what it means to stay positive or to understand the negative impacts of life.

  • nebcfsj
    7:08 on July 10th, 2013
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    I am a yoga instructor and love to share beautiful, spiritual thoughts with my class as sivasana(relaxation) ends when students are so receptive. Hifler’s words never fail to resonate and many students come up and inquire where I get the wonderful quotes from.

  • BestDad
    12:47 on July 10th, 2013
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    WHEN I OPENNED THIS WONDERFUL BOOK, THE FIRST PAGE I READ WAS SO PERFECT! MY FRIEND AND I HAD JUST FINISHED DECORATING HER FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE SINCE HER DIVORCE. NEEDLESS TO SAY, THIS HAD BEEN A VERY EMOTIONAL TIME FOR HER. THE PAGE I TURNED TO SPOKE OF GOOD FRIENDS, TALKING, AND LISTENING. WHAT A WONDERFUL SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE IT WAS TO SHARE THE POSITIVE MESSAGE WRITTEN ON THOSE PAGES. IT MADE THE REST OF THE EVENING VERY JOYOUS AND LOVING. I HAVE READ AND GLANCED THROUGH MANY BOOKS OF THIS GENRE, BUT THESE WORDS ARE TRULY INSPIRED FROM THE SOUL. I HIGHLY RECOMEND THIS BOOK FOR ALL PEOPLE, YOUNG AND OLD, BIG AND SMALL. MAY ALL WHO SEE THIS REVIEW TAKE THE TIME TO CHECK IT OUT. IT CAN ONLY DO THE WORLD A FAVOR FOR ALL WHO NEED SOME INSPIRATION AND SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE FOR PEACE ON EARTH! LOVE TO ALL! KAREN

  • Ningboguide
    18:01 on July 10th, 2013
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    What a pleasure to write a review of Joyce Hifler’s … Think On These Things. I first read the first edition book in the 1960′s.
    I found the book on a book shelf. It has been left there by my step brother … a most beautiful young man .. who died at the age of 17 in a car accident in the 1960′s.

    I don’t know why the book was there. I don’t know what he had seen in it or why he had it … I just know that several years after he died I had suffered a most discouraging divorce, had discovered “positive thinking” and it’s impact on my own life .. had “back slip” into a most severed “depression” .. and in recovering found that reading this book over and over and over again automatically helped me get into a positive space from which to act.

    Whenever I got negative or had something I needed to do positively .. I would read this book until my positive attitude returned … then act.

    I have remembered all these years this little books description of the difference between our “positive self” and our “negative self” and which one is “really us.” Picture yourself with a cloud passing overhead and blocking the light … and then in the bright sunlight. The real you is the one without the cloud.

    I have remembered this description, used it many times, have shared it with many, many others .. and now I happily recommend this fantastic little book to EVERYONE !!!

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