You are what you think... isn't that the truth to your energy vibes you give off? If this is true, don't you think that you would think more positive throughout your day? Don't you think your internal self talk would lift you up at every chance you had to listen to yourself?
If you follow the Bible or not,the following can relate to you and your life: Proverbs Chapter 4 verses 20-23 states “My son, pay attention to what I say. Listen closely to my words. Don’t let them out of your sight. Never stop thinking about them. These words are the secret of life and health to all who discover them. Above all, be careful what you think because your thoughts control your life.”
Surround yourself with like minded people. Everyone has a few friends that radiate positive energy from the second you talk to them. In the same token you also have a few people you know that fill the room with a cloud of negative vibes that just entraps the people nearby. You want to have the energy you want to attract. Sounds super easy right ? It is sometimes, and our way of nature, to look at the negative quicker than we look at the positive. I think today’s media and social media play a big role in that. Don't you find yourself consumed into the awful cycle of not feeling "good" enough or worthy enough to make an impact? I know that when this starts to happen, I start to turn off all social media and focus on myself and my goals.
I would like to challenge any of you who read this to think positive thoughts about yourself, others, and situations that may have happened that you weren’t fond of or of a situation that you might see going in a tough direction, like a hard talk with a loved one. See if it makes a difference. Now it is impossible to be 100% all of the time, so make sure you tackle this in a reasonable fashion. You have control of your body, so take control of your mind, take a deep breath and turn towards positive thinking when things get tough instead of beating yourself up. I’m not going to lie, most of the time it is going to be hard to do, but the greatest people and the greatest accomplishments in life are paved with a bumpy road of trials and tribulations. Everyone remembers the person who took that road. Be that man or that woman, as Scott Peck’s book states, take “The Road Less Traveled.” You will be happy that you did.