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6 Tips How to Think Positive in Life

15. March 2016
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Are you able to think positive every day? Do you feel that you don’t have any luck? In today’s fast world with so many things going on – work, family, traffic, bills, health, hair, beauty, finances, relationship – is it possible to live a stress free life? Are you able to get rid of constantly negative thoughts? One of the first things I started to work on consciously with my own personal aim was to live a positive life. Although, I sometimes tumble backwards, however I always try to be optimistic. The following steps will help you to stay positive no matter what.

Let’s be honest —life doesn’t always go the way we want it to, and that can be downright overwhelming at times. We can easily slip into negative thought patterns. However, thinking negatively can cause health issues Studies show that life just seems more enjoyable when we are in a good mood. So how do we manage to stay positive. Here are some tips on how to stay positive, happy and healthy.

Affirmations to think positive:

Affirmations are a very useful way to encourage yourself to think positive. These are simple thoughts that you can repeat to yourself or think. Affirmations are positive thoughts. They are in the first person (me, myself and I) and present tense  – and you repeat them over and over to yourself. You can whisper them. You can say them loud. You can write them and read them. Affirmations work wonders. They calm your body, release stress and give you large doses of confidence and happiness. You can create your own affirmation or get inspired by the internet. Here are 4 beauty affirmations for you:

  • I am worthy of seeing myself as beautiful.
  • I love my natural hair.
  • My mind and body are in perfect balance.
  • I forgive myself for any post mistakes

Surround yourself with positive people

Surround yourself with positive people. The more you surround yourself with positive people, the more likely you are to pick up on their energy and start thinking positively yourself.

Smile and think positive

Smile and laugh every day. It is hard to be negative when you are smiling from ear to ear. Did you know that the simple act of smiling has a huge impact on your mind and body. Just smile in your car, at work, to strangers, at work, when you are with your family or friends. You can even smile when you are alone. The next time you notice yourself thinking negative thoughts, force yourself to smile or laugh out loud. You will see how it will quickly change your thoughts and mood. Smile to strangers and you will see they will smile back at you.

Believe in yourself

Never doubt yourself, trust your instincts and always have faith in yourself. Don’t let anybody tell you what you can do and what not. You know where your strengths are. Don’t do the same things others are doing just to fit in. Build your own personality.

Gratitude

Think positive Be grateful! One of the best way to think positive is to write down a list of 5 things you are thankful for in your life.

  • I am grateful to have a family
  • I am grateful to have true friends
  • I am grateful to be employed
  • I am grateful to have the capacity to see the sun and the moon
  • I am grateful to sleep in a bed

I remind myself of these things throughout the day and before I go to bed. Give it a try. You will find that your life seems a lot more cheerful when you remind yourself of the good in it. Practicing gratefulness is an awesome way to think positive.

Enjoy the moment

Enjoy the moment – Focus on what is happening at the moment. Use your five senses to appreciate your life and pay attention to what surrounds you and the people you are with. Too often, our minds are filled with regrets, doubts or fear of the future. We forget that we can live in the moment. Each moment is a new beginning and a chance to start over. Keep this in mind and you will feel more happy, for sure!

 

Think positive and you will see that it will affect your body and your natural hair in a great way. Start today!

What do you do to think positive?

Comments? Insights? I’m all ears! Let’s chat down below.

 

Source: www.psychologytoday.com