Positive thinking can come in many forms; surrounding yourself with positive people, thinking positive thoughts and seeking positive triggers, will in turn help you be positive. I find my positive triggers come from beautiful things in nature, inspirational books, music that suits my mood, colour in all forms especially nature, fabric, painting, colouring, drawing and noticing the sights, sounds and smells of nature. I am a thing seeker not a people seeker.
Think your way to happiness
What you think you will create. What you think will manifest. Happiness that is real and long lasting comes from contentment and strength of mind. The true nature of our minds is to be at peace. Training our brains to let go of worry, negative thoughts and stress will aid in healing illness much quicker. The strength of the brain is in your hands, what you choose to allow to dominate your thoughts is your choice. We sink into patterns, routine and habits that take over but the power to change that is possible and quite easily attainable. External situations cannot overpower our inner wisdom and by viewing emotions as neither good nor bad we accept and welcome them by guiding them with our minds.
The Huffington Post has an amazing article on VISION BOARDS and the science behind it. I do this a couple of times a year in a journal, as my tastes, dreams and ideas change throughout the year. A great resource for a vision board is Pinterest.
Here is my online Pinterst vision board that I worked on along with this blog and other ideas throughout this past flare. During these days I wanted to make myself feel accomplished even though I couldn’t do much. Once I got past the all day sleeping I decided that I could use my brain and hands…away I went to create so that I had something tangible once I was back to myself. I could tell it was going to be a long haul!
The Healing Power of Mind by Tulku Thondup is a great book for health and well-being. He talks about healing energizes and visualizing light when you have hit bottom and can`t seem to find a way out of it. He has many healing meditations to explore too.
Positive thinking is a lifestyle
Positive thinking is a way of life! It is an attitude! With a positive attitude we experience pleasant and happy feelings. This brings brightness to the eyes, more energy to the body, and happiness into the heart. Our whole being broadcasts good will, happiness and success. Even our health is affected in a beneficial way. We walk tall, our voice is more powerful, and our body language shows the way we feel.
Affirmations for positive thinking
Fill your mind with positive thinking and a positive attitude.
Positive thinking, an optimistic mind and a positive attitude leads to better health, a longer life and greater success.
Getting rid of the negative thinking and directing your mind and subconscious mind to be positive and optimistic is a lot easier than you think – you just have to persistent and work at it regularly. But it pays off.
Begin to create and maintain a positive attitude.
Train your mind to focus on positive aspects of your life.
Create positive beliefs that not only allow you to succeed – they also make you feel better.
To develop an optimistic and positive mind and subconscious mind start changing your beliefs and the way you see things.
Focus on how things can get better.
Believe that you can succeed.
The changes begin when your subconscious mind begins to pick up the new belief system. It then begins to guide you to the situations, and opportunities to help you achieve your goals and improve your health. At the same time you begin to calm the mind and the subconscious begins to calm the body leading to better health.
When your mind begins to automatically focus on what you want and stops being negative you will begin to see dramatic changes.
Remove limiting beliefs.
Focus on what you want.
Where do you find your positive vibes or triggers?
Something you didn’t know about me: My favourite flower is the Chrysanthemum especially the orange and red; the darker the better. Appropriately, the meme I created for my feature image for this week’s post is a crimson mum! Fall is in full swing and I can’t wait to show you what I will be up to in the kitchen next month.
Stay tuned for Friday’s blog post. I write about letting the tears fall; it’s actually good for your health to cry.