‘Glassworks is a chamber music work of six movements by Philip Glass. It is regarded as being a characteristically Glass-like work. Following his larger-scale concert and stage works, Glassworks was Philip Glass’ successful attempt to create a more pop-oriented “Walkman-suitable” work, with considerably shorter and more accessible pieces written for the recording studio.’
Here are some thoughts I find worth remembering…
- Think good and good follows. Think evil, and evil follows. You are what you think all day long.
- Your subconscious mind does not argue with you. It accepts what your conscious mind decrees. If you say, “I can’t afford it,” your subconscious works to make it true. Select a better though. Decree, “I’ll buy it. I accept it in my mind.”
- You have the power to choose. Choose health and happiness. You can choose to be friendly, or you can choose to be unfriendly. Choose to be cooperative, joyous, friendly, lovable, and the whole world will respond. This is the best way to develop a wonderful personality.
- The suggestions and statements of others have no power to hurt you. The only power is the movement of your own thought. You can choose to reject the thought or statements of others and affirm the good. You have the power to choose how you will react.
- Watch what you say. You have to account for every idle word. Never say, “I will fail; I will lose my job; I can’t pay the rent.” Your subconscious cannot take a joke. It brings all these things to pass.
- Your mind is not evil. No force of nature is evil. It depends how you use the powers of nature. Use your mind to bless, heal, and inspire all people everywhere.
- Begin to think from the standpoint of the eternal truths and principles of life and not from the standpoint of fear, ignorance, and superstition. Do not let other do your thinking for you. Choose your own thoughts and make your own decisions.
All quotes are from ”The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” by Dr. Joseph Murphy.