• Trees of the Mind

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    Scriptures Referenced
    1. Psalm 1:2-3 Easy-to-Read Version (ERV)
      2 Instead, they love the Lord’s teachings and think about them day and night.
      3 So they grow strong,
      like a tree planted by a stream—
      a tree that produces fruit when it should
      and has leaves that never fall.
      Everything they do is successful
    2. John 15:1-2 Easy-to-Read Version (ERV)
      Jesus Is Like a Vine
      15 Jesus said, “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener.2 He cuts off every branch of mine that does not produce fruit. He also trims every branch that produces fruit to prepare it to produce even more.
    3. Proverbs 23:7  New King James Version (NKJV)7 For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.

     

    Information by Dr Caroline Leaf

     

    Your brain processes 400 Billion actions per second !!!
    The “MAGIC TREES OF THE MIND” as science call them, the nerve cells (neurons) in your brain look like trees.

    You have about 100 Billion nerve cells in your brain.
    Each tree (nerve cell) can grow up to 200,000 branches.
    That means we have about 3 million plus years of space in our brain to store memories.

    BECAUSE WE CAN’T SEE A THOUGHT, LIKE MY HANDS, THE PEOPLE TEND TO THINK THAT THOUGHTS ARE HARMLESS, BUT, A THOUGHT IS REAL, IT OCCUPIES MENTAL REAL ESTATE, IT LOOKS LIKE A TREE…YOU ARE GROWING BRANCHES AS YOU ARE LISTENING,SPEAKING, AND MAKING CHOICES.

    TOXIC THOUGHTS:
    THIS IS THE NORM: WE ARE MADE IN GOD’S IMAGE–HE IS LOVE. WE ARE WIRED FOR POSITIVE AND HEALTHY THOUGHTS. BUT GOD HAS GIVEN US A CHOICE. The Bible says: “I lay before life and death, choose life.”
    If we make bad choices, we build toxic trees.

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