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3 Ways To Become A More Positive Thinker

People are often suggesting that we stay positive or look on the bright side, especially when things aren’t going very well. Unfortunately, they never seem to have much advice on how to do this. Hopefully, these three methods will help to make you more positive so that you can reap all of the benefits.

1. Be Grateful
Sometimes the ideas presented by religion seem strange and useless, but sometimes they turn out to be better ideas than they might seem at first. An old saying recommends that we “bless one thousand things every day,” here “bless” being read “be grateful for.” Just like the in “seventy times seven” parable, the thousand isn’t exactly literal, it just means “a lot.”

This little mantra reminds us to look for things in our day to be grateful for, and science has only recently begun to recommend the same thing. Whether you’re religious or not, acknowledging the things that you are grateful for every day can help to hardwire your brain to notice the positive things more quickly.

2. Be Aware Of Your Negative Thoughts
Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention, usually to your breath or your thoughts. Mindful breathing is often used to control stress, but mindful thinking can lead to a more positive life. We tend to take our thoughts for granted but they can still make a difference as they float through our minds.

ThetaHealing explained that when we pay more attention to what thoughts we’re actually having throughout the day it can be easier to shake off the negative thoughts and focus on the positive.

3. Introduce Positive Thoughts
Learning ThetaHealing you will find out that just like our thoughts can upset us when we don’t notice them, we also purposely introduce thoughts that make ourselves feel better. Trying to replace negative thoughts from our subconscious with positive thoughts from our conscious mind can be a very valuable tool.

However, these thoughts till need to be practical for them to work. Ignoring the negative isn’t thinking positive. Thinking positive is about making the best out of the worst that life gives us.

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