Actions

Our actions are the practical manifestations of our thoughts it’s quite clear that we must bring about change in the way we think in order to create happiness and a sense of fulfillment in our life. A good thing about our brain is that it willingly adapts to any change that we bring about in our thinking patterns.

Affirmation are not always positive. They can be negative as well, curses created by witches are negative affirmations. The truth is that most people are given to making negative affirmations. When you think repeatedly that you are not going to succeed in a particular area in your life, it is a negative affirmation. Affirmation both negative and positive impact your neurological functioning of your brain.

Positive affirmations are like mantras (repeating frequently) they have a scared and spiritual force about them. Let’s be clear about creating positive affirmations. They should not be weak. Thoughts such as “I should or I ought to abstain from” are weak.

Examples of negative affirmations are “I can’t do this or It is difficult” on the other hand positive affirmations are “I can, I will, or I am going to” your brain is always adapting to your thought patterns and directs your organs to act accordingly.

When we keep mulling over our misfortunes, the perceived wrongs committed to us by those we have loved and stand by so sincerely. We never stop cursing ourselves for the mistakes that we think we have committed, what would have happened if I had done this or that? What would happen if I do this in the future.

This is not to suggest we should not learn from our mistakes or plan our future intelligently. The only thing is we should stop thinking over and over once we have learned from our past and decide about our future.

Quite often we love to wallow in misery, we enjoy creating self-punishing thoughts or being gloomy and pessimistic. This needs to be avoided.

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