The Power of Positivity
Things to Remember in Moments of Doubts
How to Turn Negativity into Positivity
~ Positive Thinking Tips ~
Did you ever want a parking space nearby the shopping center entrance, but you just ‘knew’ you won’t find one… I bet, the thought “I probably won’t find a space nearby” crossed your mind a few times?!
The word ‘won’t’ itself is a negative mind related thought. A so-called negative affirmation. You probably experience more of these things in life. Our mind is the most amazing hard drive you can imagine.
Every time you think or see something your brain stores the event with sound, odour, feeling or other senses that you’re not aware of. At times when you hear a particular sound, that event runs through your head again. The sound is called an anchor. Also, smell is an anchor. Every time you experience that specific smell related with an event those thoughts comes in mind.
We can make use of these anchors in a positive way! We must realize that our mind doesn’t recognize negative words such as “not”. For example, if you say: “I will not be late“. Your mind will register: “I will be late”
The way to use our mind is by daily positive thinking like “I WILL be on time” … “I WILL find a parking space near the shop entrance”. These are just some mundane examples, but believe me, it does work!
Daily positive thinking is learnable! The more you repeat the better you become. Forget the negative thoughts or emotions that come to your mind. Say “NO” to each of those negative thoughts. Stay focused on what you want.
Start With Positive Thinking Right Now!
I feel more secure each day!
I’m emotionally in balance!
This is another perfect day for me!
‘The Power of Positivity’
♦ When Girls bend over they all have some rolls somewhere. Love your body!
Big girl, you are beautiful – Walks into the room
Feels like a big balloon – Big girl you are beautiful
Diet Coke and a pizza please – Diet Coke, I’m on my knees
Screaming, “Big girl, you are beautiful” ..
♦ Showing your emotions is a sign of strength, not weakness!
The term “emotional intelligence” has now reigned for 20 years. Daniel Goleman’s 1995 book of the same name popularized the idea that the capacity to understand and wield emotional information is a crucial skill.
Part of that is expressing emotions, be it through writing, body language, or talking with other people, and researchers are finding that unlatching the cage and letting those emotional birds fly free could have some real health benefits. Some studies have linked the repression of negative emotions to increased stress, and research suggests that writing about feelings is associated with better health outcomes for breast-cancer patients, people with asthma, and people who’ve experienced a traumatic event. And in a study of people who lived to be 100 years old, emotional expression was found to be a common trait, along with a positive attitude towards life. source: theatlantic.com
♦ Seek Respect, not Attention!
♦ When someone tells you “You’re beautiful”stop doubting it!
♦ Even the most beautiful people wake up with a bed head!
♦ You should be a priority, not an option or a backup plan
Never forget the saying “You should never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option”. It seems trivial, but really understanding that quote could make the difference between happiness & pain for many years of your life.
♦ For every woman who wishes she didn’t have stretch marks, there is a woman who wishes she did!
According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey, in 2014, 47.6 percent of women between age 15 and 44 had never had children, up from 46.5 percent in 2012. This represents the highest percentage of childless women since the bureau started tracking that data in 1976.
Time reported that this pattern is particularly pronounced for women between 25 and 29 — 49.6 percent of women in that age group don’t have kids. Unsurprisingly, after age 30 those numbers drop and more women become moms. The survey found that 28.9 percent of women ages 30-34 are childfree. source:huffingtonpost.com
♦ Always trust your womanly instinct!
The dictionary defines instinct as a natural intuitive power, an inborn pattern of activity or as well a natural tendency or gift. Feminine instincts are women’s natural way of knowing. Trust your Feminine Instincts. If anything doesn’t feel right, there is very likely something wrong with it. Your wholeness and your feminine instincts depend on surrounding yourself with people who support, respect and validate you.
♦ We all have that one friend who seems to have it all together
All the wealth, recognition, and power in the world will not deliver happiness.
♦ It’s not how big the house is, it’s how happy the home is!
Home sweet home. This is the place to find happiness. If one doesn’t find it here, one doesn’t find it anywhere.
♦ You are a Goddess. Embrace it !!!
She is beautiful. She has love and understands. She respects herself and others. Everyone likes, loves and honours her.
She is a Goddess.
~ African proverb ~
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
~ Eleanor Roosevelt ~
“Don’t be afraid to speak up for yourself. Keep fighting for your dreams!”
~ Gabby Douglas ~