Make Space for Positive Thinking

Did you know that the average person has an estimated 70,000 thoughts per day? I know, that’s pretty crazy! All of these thoughts can affect our environment and our outcomes of life. How many of your thoughts are positive and uplifting? You wake up and think “Today is going to be an amazing day!” Or are your thoughts revolved a more negative and defeating tone? You wake up with your immediate thought being, “I don’t have the energy to get through today.”

Whichever one you are, the outcome of the rest of the day will follow that initial thought. When you start your day off with positivity, positivity flows. Vice versa, if you open your eyes and the first thing that comes to mind is something negative, negativity will flow. Tell me, which do you want in your life? Positivity or Negativity?

Positive thinking boosts your mood and your overall spirit. It just makes us feel all good and happy inside. Conversely, negative thoughts create a domino effect of destructive energy. When you fall into a habit of negativity it changes how you live your life and how others around are effected by you. You’re not the only person who has to deal with your negativity.

Thankfully however, you don’t have to let the negative banter inside you win. You can choose to switch to a happier perception of life and strive for a more positive outlook on things. It’s not going to be easy at first. As with anything, it takes practice. But soon enough your mind will begin to gravitate to the brighter side of life.

Here is an infographic of tips you can implement to help cultivate more positive thinking in your life:

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All in all, remember that your thoughts effect your daily surroundings. It may not be easy to change your thinking, but it sure is worth it! Message me with your thoughts on this post! I would appreciate as much feedback as possible. See you all next week!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Clay Suggs says:

    This what we all need!!

    Liked by 1 person

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