Are you in a job that you can’t stand? A relationship that’s going nowhere? Or, maybe you just can’t seem to lose those last few kilos?
What if we tell you that you are responsible for all of it? Sure, it may be a bit tough to hear and you’re probably thinking that it’s a tooty-fruity, overly simplistic way of referring to your challenges, BUT, science begs to differ!
Researchers claim that your mind can change your reality. Scientists like Dr Joe Dispenza comments that according to neuro science, “Whatever you mentally attend to, without any doubt, is what you are and what you will become.” So yes, your thoughts not only affect your reality, they create it.
However, when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. Take a look at the labels you’ve placed on yourself. If you think that you’re wimpy and not adventurous enough, look for evidence to the contrary. Try something that feels a little uncomfortable and prove to yourself that you are brave… that you can be adventurous. We all have the opportunity to change our lives by simply changing our thoughts.
Still not convinced? Imagine biting into a lemon… are you salivating? Your thoughts had the power to do this! Fact is, by vividly choosing positive scenarios, you can change your thoughts, your mood, your attitude, your outlook and your behaviour. Powerful stuff, right?
True, life can throw you a curve ball and the stresses of our day-to-day nitty-gritty often allow negative thoughts to rear its ugly head. And while we may not have control over every thought that flashes through our mind, each person has the choice to decide how we process both positive and negative information. It is key to make a conscious decision on how much energy you want to invest in negative information and how much you’re going to allow it to affect you.
So, how do you flip the switch? Well, finding the silver lining is a choice, a choice to find happiness and success in spite of the lemons handed to us on a daily basis.
We have a few ideas on getting you started on the road to positivity:
Choose to make every day a good day.
Choose to be grateful for what you have today.
Choose to believe in yourself.
Choose to look at challenges as opportunities.
Choose to take care of yourself, eat healthy, but also treat yourself.
Choose to do something that makes you happy every day.
Choose to smile often.
Choose to get positive inspiration daily, listen to podcasts such as The Daily Boost or The Tony Robbins Podcast if you’re hungry for growth and change.
Your thoughts affect your self-esteem, your peace and joy, your success or failure, and your impact on the life of others.
A wise man once said: “Your mind is a garden and your thoughts are the seeds. You can grow flowers, or you can grow weeds.” Your choice.
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