You Can Literally Change Your Life By Changing Your ThinkingCan you really change your life just by thinking positive thoughts?
Is this some sort of hippie feel-good stuff that has no concept of reality?
Unfortunately, that seems to be the attitude of a lot of people. The truth, though, is this:
“The mind is everything. What you think, you become.”
– The Buddha
And it’s not just “what” you think but “how” you think!
Why are positive thoughts so powerful?The power of positive thinking has a basis in physics. Sinceeverything is energyand everything has a specific vibration– and like attracts like — the quality of your thoughts can’t help but attract situations with similar vibrations.
You may argue that the vibrations of your environment and circumstances affect your own vibration.
And that’s true — but only if you allow them to.
See, the high vibrations of love and happiness have far more power than the low vibrations of fear and negativity.
But since the human condition seems to be one of “seeing is believing,” we allow the “obvious” (the negativity) to dominate our thoughts… and attract more of the same.
What we don’t do, for the most part, is raise our vibration through positive thinking to the point where “believing is seeing”. This is the point where your thoughts override the negativity around you, and begin influencing your circumstances.
Profound stuff, we know!
Being aware of your general line of thinkingLook at the people in your life, and then look at yourself as objectively as you can.
Do you (all or most people you know, including yourself) believe your lives are at the mercy of external influences like bosses, the economy, the government, jobs, family obligations, education, financial status, etc.?
Do you operate in a state of learned helplessness, believing “what’s the use, no matter how hard I try, nothing ever changes”?
Do you live for the weekend?
Do you see life as a struggle?
Do you find yourself blaming, complaining or condemning?
Are you generally unhappy?
If you said “yes” to any of these — even on some level — you’re not alone.
That’s what many of our lives are like.
We just don’t believe that our thoughts have the power to influence our physical reality.We don’t believe in our own power.
Accept and embrace your powerful nature and use that power for good always,
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