Are You Ready to Change Negative Thoughts Naturally?
Have you given any thought recently to what you think about most of the time? In other words what’s on your mind throughout the day? Where is your focus? What do you think about?
The average person is not even aware of what they are thinking, and definitely not that they are thinking negatively. In fact most people who entertain negative thoughts on a consistent basis have generally experienced some type of emotional trauma or life changing event in their lifetime. As a result they seem to have difficulty getting past the residual effects. Has it ever occurred to you that you have the powerand ability not only to change your thought patterns and what you believe, but even memories stored in your subconscious mind.
There are several root words for the word think: Sha’ar and Bene; The definition of Sha’ar is to split or open, to act as gatekeeper, city, or a door. The word Bene means to separate mentally or to understand, to feel or to perceive. Another meaning is to lead, command (with official authority); to govern, judge, or to have the rule over.
So let’s now take a look at how our thinking affects our overall health. If your thinking pattern is always focused on bad things happening, or toxic thoughts and beliefs, guess what you get in return? Wrong thoughts “seep” through doors, gates, and into “split” and “open” crevices, oozing and leaking toxic emotions turning them into wrong beliefs which precipitate harmful actions. The exciting thing according to the definition above is that when you have “right” thoughts you have the ability to lead, command with official authority, to govern and to have rule over. Therefore you have the power to change those toxic thoughts replacing them with more uplifting and motivating thoughts.
As you begin to experience more uplifting and motivating thoughts your entire mind and body will begin to vibrate differently. It is imperative to make yourself aware that you have power over your thoughts and that you can change your subconscious mind by learning how to reprogram it.
The reason I starting researching the power of thought was because I had a genuine desire to change my own thought habits. I first began to reason that our bodies are made up of matter, atoms, and energy therefore our thoughts must have energy. And if our thoughts have energy that led to yet another thought about vibrations and whether or not our thoughts have vibrations. Wow! If our thoughts vibrate at the same rate or similar rate as our body then the thought, “what if our thoughts vibrate on a level in which other people can perceive what we’re thinking?”
The positive or negative vibration of our “bodies” on every level, physical and mental, influence our ability to attract positive or negative experiences. The higher your vibration, the more of a “magnet” you become as a result of the thoughts you hold in your mind/heart.
Has your telephone ever rang and you knew who it was before you picked it up to say hello? Or even weirder when you found out definitely who was on the other end of the phone you said, “I was just thinking about you?” or “I’ve been thinking about you for the past few days.” And don’t forget that deja’vu moment, when you saw someone or entered a place and knew that you had been there or seen that person before. I used to think of such incidents as just coincidence, but then I began to see from a different perspective. As I began to research I began to sense that somehow spiritually we are all interconnected, mind, body, and spirit. These thoughts finally led to more comprehensive research of the brain, mind, thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
So the question arises, “But what are some practical steps to changing my thoughts,” and “how do I change my emotions as a result of my thoughts?” Those are valid questions which deserve valid and practical answers. I will give you three practical ways to beginning the process of changing your thought patterns:
(1) You must become aware of what you are thinking – in other words think about what you are thinking.
(2) Once you’ve keyed into what you are thinking ask yourself “is this a fruitful thought? Is this thought beneficial to my success?”
(3) Take responsibility of changing your thought by looking for alternative thoughts and consciously practice thinking those thoughts.
In our next newsletter we will have a further discussion on the power to change the vibrations of your thoughts. In the meantime if you have questions or experiencing depression or anxiety and cannot control how you think, please feel free to contact me for a personal consultation session at firstname.lastname@example.org.