Would you rather have negative thoughts most of the time, or positive thoughts most of the time?
It’s a very simple question. Have you ever wondered why most people tend to get the same results and hardly anything in their lives appears to change? Have you ever noticed that those who complain all the time, continue to complain and even years later they are still complaining about something? Chances are they even keep complaining about the same things over and over.
Let your beliefs evolve
Much of this has a lot to do with their belief system. Beliefs change all the time, and they probably should change all the time as well as we continue to expand our awareness and learn new things.
But sometimes we get stuck with the same beliefs for a long time even when these beliefs become useless and if anything, they only halt our progress from making new discoveries, they halt us from creating new exciting experiences and learning that there is more to life then we can see with our eyes and limited perception and awareness…
There is one place where much of these belief systems are store within us, once you know about this it will be up to you to start to put better things in there. I am talking about productive things that help your quality of life, things that give you a sense of purpose and excite you. Let’s take a look…
Know that many of these beliefs we have created from past experiences. Most of these beliefs were passed onto us from all those people that surrounded us from the moment we were born, as we grew into adulthood some of these beliefs were discarded, forgotten, and some stuck like leeches sucking the energy out of us.
The subconscious mind’s secret
When you start to realize that everything gets recorded in the back of your mind, something extraordinary happens. You realize that just as much of these negative beliefs get recorded in our mind, you can choose to “unlearn” them and replace them with newer ideas, newer experiences. The main thing however, is to make these new experiences positive.
Our mind is like a hard drive on a computer. You can store memories and files, and pictures, music, etc. But you can also re-write it.
If you asked me, “What is the number one tip for positive thinking?”
I would say this: Focus more on the positive things in life.
Choose to re-write some of the stuff that doesn’t server you anymore, and replace it with better things.
Everything you experience gets recorded in your subconscious mind. We are not robots, but sometimes we behave like one with repeating habits, routines, and beliefs. Choose to “record” good things in it then, start RIGHT NOW!