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Positive Thinking! You Are What You Think!

Chapter 1 “With every minute of anger, you lose more than just 60 seconds of happiness.”

What you say, what you do, how you feel, it all originates in your mind, and begins with a single thought.

Our thoughts are like seeds, each thought will bear fruit to create a distinct flavor. Thoughts can be creative or destructive, loving or hateful, uplifting or destructive. When we understand and learn to control our thoughts, we experience peace, happiness, and inner stability. Positive thinking teaches us how to act instead of react; “guide” our lives instead of letting the behavior of others, past experiences, or present circumstances dictate our minds.

Have you ever stopped to observe the images that are present in your mind as well as the thoughts that you create? According to calculations, the average person has about 30,000 – 50,000 thoughts per day. A stressed mind will generate more thoughts, possibly up to 80,000 thoughts. You must have been in a state of nervous tension because of a sudden event in your life, at that time there were thousands of thoughts running through your head.

Our mind has a great capacity to work non-stop even while sleeping. As mentioned, thoughts are the seeds for actions and emotions. So, by creating positive and healthy thoughts, we activate our own positive potential.

Your life is the summation of your choices (whether consciously or unconsciously). If you can control your choice process, you can control all areas of your life. You can find freedom from being responsible for yourself.

Thoughts are fuel for the mind

“Our attitude towards external things depends on how we think from within.” Park Cousin

Food provides fuel for our body. If you want to run a marathon, you need to consume a lot of protein and energy-rich foods to have enough energy to run a long distance. On the other hand, if your body absorbs unhealthy foods, you can get stomachaches, feel lethargic and tired.

In the same way, thoughts fuel the mind. If you have negative, useless and wasteful thoughts, they will drain the mind’s energy. If you have positive thoughts, they will “charge” your mind, leaving you with enough energy and strength to face the challenges and difficulties of everyday life.

According to medical research, about 75% – 90% of physical diseases are of mental origin, starting with our thoughts. Simply put, the quality of thinking affects the state of health. What happens to our bodies when we are angry or stressed? Tight muscles inhibit blood circulation, creating pressure points – these points cause pain in the body. Neck pain, shoulder pain, and headaches are often the result of stressful or angry thoughts.

On the contrary, when we create positive and peaceful thoughts in the mind, the muscles of the body are relaxed, the oxygen intake decreases, the blood pressure decreases, the incidence of heart disease also decreases significantly.

The Associates of Research into the Science of Enjoyment (ARISE) has confirmed the link between human sensations and chemical reactions occurring in the body. When participants in the experiment had positive thoughts and felt happy, the body produced a large amount of antibodies – antibodies that protect the body from respiratory infections. They also create natural pain relievers that are considered to be able to fight cancer, block the effects of “stress” and fill the surrounding space with a source of positive energy.

On the contrary, when they have negative thoughts and feelings of unhappiness, their body responds to that situation by suppressing immune function, making the body sluggish and at high risk of disease.

Our thoughts and relationships

“Take good care of your mind, pay attention to it, and you will become your own friend. No matter where we live or what language we use, each of us will be our own friend or foe. You have a choice: be your own best friend or your own worst enemy.” B.K. Dadi Janki

As described, our thoughts are the starting place for forming feelings, words, and actions. Therefore, it is very important to control your own thoughts, it helps you to control your feelings, words and actions.

We have seen clearly in the previous section that thoughts have a huge influence on the body. In addition, it is also a determining factor in the atmosphere

We live in and our relationships with those around us.

Positive thinking makes relationships harmonious while negative thinking causes conflicts and discord with those around. Thinking negatively about others will cause our tolerance level to drop, relationship tension to arise and increase.

One day, when I admit that I can only influence others and cannot “control” them, I will feel a sense of freedom. I cannot control others, but I can learn to control my reactions to others. They may behave badly, but I have a choice in how I respond to their behavior. This means that although sometimes we are surrounded by “negative” people, we can choose to act positively.

Most of us spend most of our time “reacting” to other people’s behaviors only to get frustrated, bored, and angry when they don’t behave the way we want them to. If we can accept their opinions and focus our attention on their good points, we will be happier when they are present; can also have a positive effect on them. As a result, we begin to accept that we are the creators of our own thoughts. When we create happy, peaceful, and positive thoughts, they will spread and affect those around us. This is a simple way to share positivity with others. Like when we throw a stone into the lake – will ripple and create many spreading waves.

Figure 2 clearly shows the harmful effects of the negative thought “I hate my co-worker”. Such thoughts strongly influence our lives. Almost all of us live 8 hours a day at work, if we let negative thoughts about our colleagues fill our mind, we will have to spend 8 hours of stressful, unhappy work.

Creating negative thoughts about others will make us suffer ourselves. If you replace negative thoughts with positive thoughts about the workplace, you will have more fun. The same goes for our other personal relationships.

Five main types of thoughts

We have the following five main types of thinking:

Positive thinking:

This kind of thinking is beneficial to ourselves and to others. It is thinking with an attitude of optimism, acceptance and tolerance…

For example, when you look at half a glass of water, you will see “half a glass with water” instead of “half a glass without water”, which means you should Focus on what you have and be happy with it rather than feeling frustrated about what you don’t have.

The image of half a glass of water is an image that symbolizes many things in our lives.

For example, when we look at others, instead of focusing on their weaknesses, as many of us often do, positive thoughts direct us to look at their strengths and good qualities. their beautiful.

There is a very good saying that “Eat what you eat”, which means that we will become what we hold in awareness. Keeping the good qualities of others in our awareness, as well as feeding our mind with positive thoughts, will help those good things grow in us.

Similarly, when we keep bringing the weaknesses and weaknesses of others into our perception, they will strengthen the weaknesses in us. Therefore, positive thinking will make you a lot happier in life.

Negative thoughts:

Thinking that is harmful to oneself and to others. These are thoughts of anger, narrow-mindedness, self-pity or criticism of others, discrimination…

Useless Thoughts:

Thinking about the past or things beyond your control such as: “Why?”, “If only” … including doubts, regrets, illusions, worries about the past. petty things…

Essential thoughts:

Thoughts to plan your workday: “I need to see that person at this hour”, “I have to go there”…

Upward thinking:

Are thoughts based on values, personal or human qualities such as peace, compassion, cooperation, etc. These are thoughts that are related to perceiving the deeper meaning of life, or the things going on around us. Upward thinking is concerned not only with immediate practical problems but also with the results of actions.

Thinking ahead helps us to have a long-term vision, not selfish but towards the benefit of all. We can consciously focus these thoughts and make them arise in our minds.

Upward thoughts are accumulated gradually through inquiry into the spiritual life, thinking about the meaning of things, and observing our actions. Upward thinking gives us a good feeling and an energetic life.

With a positive attitude, we will create an abundant source of energy for ourselves.

Chapter 2 “With every minute of anger, you lose more than just 60 seconds of happiness.”

Our minds are often shaped by our surroundings or how others treat us. We often say, “I feel good when others treat me well and feel bad when they behave badly”. It means that our mental state is governed by circumstances or determined by others.

It seems that our happiness, our joy, is determined by external environmental conditions, is dependent on circumstances. Really, we cannot control the external conditions such as: how people behave towards us, the weather, the status of work, … because these things are constantly changing. If we depend on the external environment, our mind also fluctuates according to the external environment.

On the contrary, if we focus on “defining” ourselves with positive inner qualities, we will be more stable and less affected by the “ups and downs” of the external environment as well as those of other people. around.

In life, the “roles” we usually “play” during the day will easily influence our personality. The longer we “play” a certain role, the more we tend to identify with that “role”. So, in order to “role” effectively, we need to remember that it’s just the roles we have to play, not who we are. Only then can we use our positive qualities to play our “roles” without losing our true nature. If we identify ourselves with the “role” and let our happiness depend on it, when we move on to another “play”, we will feel stress and fear.

If our worth depends on what we have, it will create a fear of loss, or we will feel unhappy when someone has more than us. And we will also see others with a limited view, depending on the “role” they are “playing”. If we know how to identify ourselves through our egos with positive inner qualities, we can maintain inner stability, even when the external environment is uncertain.

We will see others with more understanding, broader vision and more positivity. It also creates a deep and lasting self-esteem, even when criticized by others or challenged by circumstances.

Keep track of your focus

Start practicing today: check your thinking levels, keep your mind focused on the positive and within your control.

Brahma Kumaris

When I was teaching positive thinking to a group of female inmates at a New Zealand prison, one female inmate told me, “For you, talking about positivity is easy, because after This class you can get in the car and go home – and we have to stay here!”.

I replied that I had also worked with many people who had physical freedom, but who had lost their mental freedom. They are controlled by other people’s thoughts, tormented by regrets about the past, haunted by fears of the future and even things beyond their control. Many of them are very rich and very free physically, but their minds are filled with anxiety and fear, which makes it impossible for them to enjoy what they have.

I suggested to these women that during the time when they are physically unable to get out of prison, they have complete freedom to choose what they want to experience, even while they are in prison.

Instead of reacting to what you can’t control, focus on what you can control and that will make things different. Some people started doing it and they changed their attitude towards the prison guards and also towards other inmates.

After a few weeks, the prison guards noticed a change in the atmosphere in the camp and the attitudes of the female prisoners also became more positive and gentle. Later on, many of them achieved important goals for themselves such as completing their university studies, developing artistic talents, etc.

They received support from prison officials and organized Organized many activities, including a discussion meeting with the participation of the current Prime Minister of New Zealand.

Mike George, a management trainer in the UK, has pointed out that we often have the habit of trying to control others – physically, emotionally or mentally, when it is completely impossible.

According to him, a sign of that wrong habit manifests itself in the fact that we have feelings of discomfort towards others. If we know how to accept what is out of our control and know how to focus on what is within our ability, our mind will be relaxed, “flying” and no longer have to think much.

A question was asked about this in a survey in the UK: “What if we kept repeating the same thoughts about the same things? uncontrollable?”.

Those surveyed answered that, when they focus on things they can’t control, they feel stressed, anxious, tired, sad, and angry…

It is clear that when we learn to focus on what we can control and what can be done, we become less stressed, calmer, happier, and happier. every value in our life will increase.

Today, in many countries that are facing a shortage of potable water, advertising programs often remind people not to let the faucet run idle or leak to avoid wasting water.

Focusing our thoughts on things beyond our control is like being in a state of “no-flow faucets” – all our energy is wasted to the point of exhaustion! As such, save your energy by checking your “taps”, don’t let them go to waste.

I recall leading a discussion on positive thinking with a group of people in New Zealand a few years ago. Among the group was a couple over 70 years old who had lived together for more than 50 years.

By the second part of the discussion, the husband said, “I wish I had attended this discussion 50 years ago.” One of the young members in attendance asked him why he said that. He replied, “I spent 50 years trying to change my wife and she spent the same amount of time trying to change me.

But as you know, none of us succeeded!” I asked them how it feels to keep trying to change each other. The husband replied that he felt angry and frustrated, while the wife felt frustrated and hurt. The young members sat in silence for a while, realizing how much time was “wasted” in vain when people kept trying to find ways to change each other.

We often think more about the actions of others and what is going on around us than we look at ourselves. We forget that we have the power to choose the thoughts that are created in our mind instead of blaming others for how we feel: “I’m sad that this person said this, that way. that…”. That can cause stress and sadness to stay in our minds forever.

In The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey talks about two circles in our lives: the circle of Influence – the inner circle, and the circle of Care – outer circle. The Circle of Influence includes our values, attitudes, thoughts… The Circle of Care includes the things we cannot control such as weather, people, economic situation… As we trying to control the circle of Concern puts pressure on the circle of Influence, we will be expended a lot of positive energy that makes us unable to work effectively.

Instead, we should focus on the circle of Influence by strengthening our values, creating positive attitudes and thoughts, which create waves of positive energy, which in turn create positive energy. affects the Caring circle, giving us a lot of inner strength to deal with difficult and challenging situations.

Enrique Simo, a Spanish writer wrote: “We will become what we think deeply”. When we focus on what is beyond our control, our thoughts become negative and these negative thoughts will flow through your words, actions and habits and over time. Time will shape your personality.

Gandhi once asked: “When you point your finger at someone else, how many fingers are pointing back at you?” One listener answered: “Three.”

Think of yourself during an ordinary day: where did your finger point? Are you busy with the outside world, with the behavior of others? Or do you focus on your reactions to situations?

Control your thoughts

“Your life is a series of results of the choices you make. There are two ways to live life: in one way, nothing magical happens; in the other, everything in the world is magical .”Albert Einstein

If you own a factory and have a production line, you need a QA person to check product standards. If quality inspectors don’t care about their work, some products will fail at some point when they leave the factory.

We have to be “qualifiers” for our own minds. We must “filter” each thought that comes to our mind, and must choose whether to accept or reject the thoughts that correspond to each expected action. We are always thinking, so make sure our “filter” is working effectively to “check the quality” of each thought and promptly reject any “unprofitable” thoughts. or “harmful”.

Exercise 1:

Sit comfortably

Chapter 3: The glass of water is half full or half empty, depending on the attitude of the person observing it.” Noname

Step 1: Pay attention to what you say and how you react to others. Examine and change yourself, not others.

Step 2: If you are having critical thoughts and reactions to others, replace them with helpful, positive thoughts and reactions.

Step 3: Whenever you have negative thoughts about yourself, others, or situations, focus on looking at the good and positive aspects of yourself, others, and your current situation.

Step 4: When faced with challenges, accept what you cannot change and focus on finding beneficial and effective solutions.

Step 5: Record the positive points of everyone around and practice living well in the same way.

Step 6: Determine that your strengths, abilities, and life goals are realistic, regardless of what might discourage you; There will be no impact that can influence you on your way to self-affirming your inherent happiness.

Step 7: Remember that no matter what happens, you are completely free to choose your attitude and this attitude will determine how you handle the situation.

“We must be examples of what we want to see change in this world.”Gandhi

Exercise:

If you treat your mind like a best friend, how would you treat “that friend”?

1. Can you always have positive thoughts and responses?

2. Name 5 good qualities of a person that you have problems with.

3. Always keep the SOS “trick” in mind!

4. Always be aware that you are an “actor”. List the positive points that you usually apply to each “role” in your life.

5. Create positive habits for you. For example, “see only the good in others” or “always use positive language”.

Remember to give yourself a choice! Look for the best in yourself and others!

Tools to help you stay positive

What happens is not as important as how we react to it.”Thaddeus Golas

1. The Power of Visualization: When we lack a positive outlook, we often visualize difficult situations and fear we will fail in those situations.

Because there is always a hidden fear and negative energy in the mind, when faced with really difficult situations, those negative emotions and fears arise and often bring about failure like what we envisioned earlier.

However, we can completely control our thoughts and use the power of positive visualization to create a strong image that we will overcome, will succeed in any difficult situation. . This is a practice that generates positive emotions and confidence that helps us succeed in the face of reality.

2. Inner Voice – Make it your friend:

We all have an inner voice: listen to it. For example, when you are thinking about doing something new or facing a new challenge, what kind of thoughts come to mind? “It can’t be done! Last time I tried something similar and failed” or “Okay. Why not try and try my best?”. The voice within us can be friend or foe. It is formed over time and is greatly influenced by those who have a close relationship with us – parents, teachers and later friends. The good and bad comments from those around us often affect us throughout our adulthood, unwittingly shaping our perception of ourselves. This perception is fundamental to the way we think and it determines our level of confidence.

I remember someone I helped deal with stress. It was a middle-aged man, the director of a large company. Despite being rich and possessing many possessions, he still felt unhappy. He drinks a lot and it is threatening his work efficiency. When we talked about our childhood, he told me that his father only loved his brother and kept saying that he was a useless child who would not be able to do anything good. Now, even though he is an adult, every time he looks in the mirror, he still says to himself: “You have done nothing. I hate you!”. His voice was like an enemy, making him hate himself. Talking more, I discovered that his father is also a person who is afraid and hates himself. Understanding that, he was able to transform the voice in him from enemy to friend. Every time the negative voice began to criticize him, he said to himself, “Now, let’s see what my helpful friend has to say to me?”. He turned that voice into a support and gradually gained confidence, self-love, and helped himself overcome unhappiness.

Many times, teachers are the people who have a very strong influence on our self-confidence. I remember when I was seven years old,

Responding in the choir, I sang loudly with confidence, enthusiasm, passion. Halfway through the lesson, the teacher walked up to me and gestured with her finger to her lips. There are two interpretations, one is that I sing too loudly, the other is that I don’t sing well. I immediately accepted the second implication as real, and for many years after that, I never sang in front of people. And what do you think, my voice is like being locked in an iron cage and can’t get out, if there is, it’s just a humming sound coming from a weak throat!

Whether our childhood surroundings make us strong or weak, building an inner voice encourages and builds confidence in each of us.

The first step is to listen. We need to listen to our “inner self-talk”. If we realize that the voice is criticizing or discouraging, we need to resolve to turn it into a supportive, encouraging voice.

Determination is important because we very often create a few empowering thoughts for ourselves but then don’t care to continue with it. This is like leaving the door open for weak, negative thoughts to return. If we are used to having thoughts like “I will fail” or “I have no hope”, now we need to make a habit of thinking “I will succeed” or “I am worthy”.

3. See difficulties as lessons:

An important key to maintaining a positive outlook is the ability to learn from difficulties, not to let failure cloud our future or erode our confidence. If you’ve made a mistake, take it as a lesson and ask yourself, “What can I learn from this for the future?” A great example of this ability is Thomas Edison, who tried 2,000 different materials in the process of creating the light bulb. After 2,000 failed attempts, his assistant lamented: “All our efforts are in vain! We have not learned anything”. Edison replied confidently: “We have learned a lot and made a lot of progress. We now know that there are 2,000 materials that are not suitable for making light bulbs.”

“It’s not pleasant to be praised, it’s not unpleasant to be criticized – an outstanding character needs to know his own qualities and strengths.”

Relaxation exercises

Taking a few minutes to sit quietly, relax the body and mind, we can more clearly observe the thought patterns that are being created in our mind. When we sit and relax, we practice creating positive thoughts such as peace and happiness. In this relaxed state, heart rate, blood pressure, thinking speed, and oxygen consumption all decrease. And so, our mind has a feeling of being “refreshed”, re-energised.

Exercise 1

I sit comfortably in my room… I feel my body relax… I breathe slowly and deeply… inhaling, I feel I am bringing into my body and mind peace and relaxation relax… exhaling, I release all tension in my mind and body… My body is light and relaxed… My mind is calm… I am free from all worries and feelings I feel at peace… My thoughts are slower now… After a moment of relaxation, I gently brought my mind back to the room and the sights around me, but I still felt a sense of calm. he….

Exercise 2

I sit comfortably… I breathe deeply and let go of all the tension in my body and mind… I think about my feet… I relax the muscles in my feet… Allow me they feel light and comfortable… I think about my feet… I release any tension on my feet… I think about my stomach… I allow all all the muscles in my stomach relax and calm… I focus on my chest…I feel myself breathing… My breathing becomes smooth and easy… With each breathing, I feel more peaceful and relaxed… Relax my shoulders and arms… I let my mind and body relax completely… My body becomes light and weightless. .. My mind is calm and peaceful… I enjoy this feeling of relaxation…

Exercise 3

I sit comfortably and relax… I breathe deeply and when I exhale, I release all worries or stress… I visualize the stars in the night sky… I see the stars shining twinkling lights and they make me feel at peace… I also picture myself as a peaceful star shining… a small shining star… I feel surrounded by a cloud soft clouds at peace… I feel very safe and peaceful… Whenever I feel anxious or scared… I think of the peaceful stars in the night sky and me remember that I am also a peaceful star…

Exercise 4:

This is a special exercise, helping to change your unwanted behavior.

Sit comfortably and relax your body… Breathe deeply and let go of any tension in your mind… Imagine a situation where you are often angry or upset… Observe the situation and think

see how you would react… Think of a new quality or a different way of reacting to replace that negative behavior… Now, re-enact this situation and react the way you would. use that new quality… Be consistent in using this new quality and new way of reacting in your daily life.

Exercises to reduce stress

“Worrying is not dispelling tomorrow’s sadness, but today’s happiness.Corrie Ten Boom

– Stress phenomenon has become common in the world today. Therefore, each person needs to equip themselves and develop skills to be able to maintain balance in their life and always maintain a positive state of mind. Exercise 1

I sit comfortably in my room… I feel my body relax… I breathe slowly and deeply… inhaling, I feel I am bringing into my body and mind peace and relaxation relax… exhaling, I release all tension in my mind and body… My body is light and relaxed… My mind is calm… I am free from all worries and feelings I feel at peace… My thoughts are slower now… After a moment of relaxation, I gently brought my mind back to the room and the sights around me, but I still felt a sense of calm. he….

Exercise 2

I sit comfortably… I breathe deeply and let go of all the tension in my body and mind… I think about my feet… I relax the muscles in my feet… Allow me they feel light and comfortable… I think about my feet… I release any tension on my feet… I think about my stomach… I allow all all the muscles in my stomach relax and calm… I focus on my chest…I feel myself breathing… My breathing becomes smooth and easy… With each breathing, I feel more peaceful and relaxed… Relax my shoulders and arms… I let my mind and body relax completely… My body becomes light and weightless. .. My mind is calm and peaceful… I enjoy this feeling of relaxation…

Exercise 3

I sit comfortably and relax… I breathe deeply and when I exhale, I release all worries or stress… I visualize the stars in the night sky… I see the stars shining twinkling lights and they make me feel at peace… I also picture myself as a peaceful star shining… a small shining star… I feel surrounded by a cloud soft clouds at peace… I feel very safe and peaceful… Whenever I feel anxious or scared… I think of the peaceful stars in the night sky and me remember that I am also a peaceful star…

Exercise 4:

This is a special exercise, helping to change your unwanted behavior.

Sit comfortably and relax your body… Breathe deeply and let go of any tension in your mind… Imagine a situation where you are often angry or upset… Observe the situation and think about it. how would you react… Think of a new quality or a different way of reacting to replace that negative behavior… Now, re-enact the situation and react the way you have use that new quality… Be consistent in using this new quality and new way of reacting in your daily life.

Cycle of thinking

“Everything in life begins with a thought.”Noname

– The process of “Perceiving – Decoding – Responding” is so rapid that we rarely stop to discern and evaluate what we are actually doing, how our past experiences have influenced us. to how we understand and respond to real-life situations. Each situation is unique and requires a unique response, and each situation is not driven by old response patterns and what we think we “know” about.

We can use the following table of suggestions to understand more about this process. First think of a situation that made you upset, upset, or angry and fill in the table.

“We often forget that only we are responsible for what we do in life, in the universe and for everything!

No one teaches us to take complete and absolute responsibility for our ability to respond, that is, for our thoughts, feelings, emotions, attitudes, and actions. Self-empowerment can only begin when we take on this responsiveness.”

The power and effectiveness of thoughts

“The mind is at peace when we fill it with positive and optimistic thoughts.”Noname

You are responsible for your own thoughts. Thoughts have great power. You create emotions and experiences by the thoughts you choose to think. You have the ability to actively guide your thoughts in a positive direction.

The frequent repetition of positive thoughts builds confidence and an optimistic attitude.

Thoughts are like seeds planted in your mind. The more you stick with a particular idea, the more you water it

Shower more power to that idea.

Positive thoughts give us energy and strength.

Negative thoughts make us lose strength, make us tired and exhausted.

Believe in what you think is right for you.

You cannot control other people, nor can you control situations and circumstances. But you can control what’s going on inside of you.

Your true nature is positive. Negativity is just the result of wrong thinking. You can change your negative situation if you choose the right way of thinking.

Develop the habit of self-observation. Listen to your inner conversation.

It takes a lot of time to change and transform old thinking patterns. So be patient with yourself!

Choose your affirmations

Happiness comes from creating positive and constructive thoughts about yourself and others. Brahma Kumaris.

Affirmation is present in a statement that you believe, or that you very much hope to be true. There are three principles for effective use of affirmations: ° First, always express the statement in the present tense. Not “I’ll do…” but “I do…”.

° Second, say these sentences in the first person. In other words, start all your affirmations with “I am…”, “I have…” or “I can…”.

° Third, make sure these affirmations are expressed in a definite way, never in a negative way. For example, “I’m stress free” instead of “I’m stress-free”.

Your affirmations will work if you often read them aloud during the day. The more you use it, the faster you progress. Write it down on a piece of paper and carry it with you at all times. It is also possible to paste positive sayings in places where you can easily see them every day. Effective use of affirmations means that you are getting closer and closer to your desires and goals.

Choose affirmative sentences to strengthen your image. Pick out of them what feels right to you and then use the three principles outlined above.

A good way to practice an affirmative attitude is to choose one of the following every morning and practice throughout the day (or a few days until you feel it).

° I like myself.

° I love and accept myself.

° I am willing to part with the past and completely live in the present.

° I am safe if I take responsibility for my own life.

° I am willing to change and grow.

° It is now easier for me to part with my previous negative beliefs.

° I forgive myself unconditionally.

° I am in love, lovable and loved.

° Every day, by all means, I strive to be better.

° I relax and let my mind settle.

° I automatically and joyfully focus on the positive.

° I am enthusiastic about life, full of energy and purpose.

° I’m doing the best I can, I’m at peace.

° I am only influenced by positive opinions and positive people.

° My thoughts are peaceful, calm and focused

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