Monday, March 16, 2020

Start Your Day With A Positive Thought Quote

Our thought is everything if we can control it we will be happier. Unfortunately, most of us tend to let our thought control us, and some of us even think we can't control our thought.

I can understand people who think that they can't control their thoughts because it is not an easy thing to do; it does not something that can change overnight.

However, it is not impossible if you really want to have a positive thought, you can work on it step by step. And a powerful technique to have a positive thought is to be aware of your thought. 

To notice what's happening in your head before your thoughts have a chance to build any momentum. The sooner you catch yourself thinking about the negative thing the easier you can stop your train of thought before it has a chance to get going.

For example, you might face difficulties in your life; you lose your job, break up with your partner. It can be understandable if you would feel sad about a failed relationship or discouraged about losing your job, but instead of obsessing with what has happened, what if you start to focus on the positive things such as what you can learn from them.

Breaking up with your partner gives you lessons about how to improve yourself and give you the opportunity to learn about how to live as a couple. And it's a time to reflect yourself on your relationship, give yourself some time to think about it. Breakup is not the end of the world, you still have lots of chances to find a new and maybe a better one.

And losing your job is not the end of the world either! There still are tons of jobs that are waiting for you. You are losing your job because you deserve something better.

So your thought is everything, whatever you think you become, and it is up to you whether you will let your thoughts control you or you will control them.

"Every positive thought propels you in the right direction. Start your day with a positive thought, and believe that whatever happens today, we can handle it."

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