The Power Of Thoughts, Re-Make Yourself

There’s a little secret I want to tell you. You may have heard it somewhere before.  

I’m going to share with you the secret to living a happy life with purpose and productivity.

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Do you want to have a more positive life? Maybe you want to be more successful in your career or have a fulfilling relationship.

All great philosophers, high achievers, and present thinkers agree on this simple universal truth, a secret. Read on for more.

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Here are a 5 quotes to get us started.

As a man thinks, so he is; as he continues to think, so he remains.

James Allen

A man’s life is what his thoughts make of it.

Marcus Aurelius

A man is what he thinks about all day long.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

We become what we think about.

Earl Nightingale

Life consists mainly of the storm of thoughts that is forever flowing through one’s head.

Mark Twain

Did you figure out the secret? These quotes are about you are what you think.

These great brilliant minds discovered the secret to living a happy and purposeful life.

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You may be a bit skeptical, which I get and understand. There have been a few people, manipulators of this concept, that have misled people for the sake of monetary gain.

I’ve researched this topic, and I’m going to share all the data and knowledge I’ve found about the power of thought and the power of positive thinking. I want you to be the judge for yourself.

Change The Inside – You Are What You Think

We all live in a world full of thoughts, and our thoughts create our experiences and perspectives. Meaning we experience what we think.

The majority of our thoughts throughout the day don’t influence our behavior or cause harm. Our repeated thoughts, the ones we think about repeatedly, can begin to shape our reality and affect our actions, behavior, and attitude.

If we have quality positive thoughts, we create the quality in our life that is positive.

Are you unhappy with your life? Most unhappy people seek to change things in their life.

We believe that changing or transforming our environment will create the change we want and hope to see.

Unhappy people seek out substances to desensitize or numb the mind, but this is only temporary. Some seek to travel to escape problems, and others will buy material things for momentary happiness.

If you continue to change your environment to be happy, the cycle repeats itself. We assume that change starts from the outside.

The environment does play a small role in changing your situation, but the actual cause is your thinking. Your thinking is causing you to feel the way you do.

It would be best if you first changed the inside, change your thought process. Only then will the outside change.

Your thinking directly correlates to how you feel and how your body reacts. Negative thinking can cause anxiety and depression symptoms.  

Your thoughts influence how you feel, and how you feel affects how you act.

You are what you think.

If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place.

Eckhart Tolle

Repeated Thoughts Reinforce What You Believe

John Arden’s book Rewire Your Brain, John wrote:

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“The more you do something, the more likely it is that you will do it again in the future. Repetition rewires the brain and breeds habits. The more the neurons fire together, the more likely it is that they will fire together in the future.”

Neuroscientists say “cells that fire together wire together,” meaning the more we repeat the same thought over and over in our heads, it slowly becomes a habit, a habit that is hard to break.

When you think of thought, your brain creates a chemical reaction and then triggers an emotion. A new circuit is made within our brain, and it sends a signal to our body, and you react a certain way.

According to Dr. Bruce Lipton, our subconscious mind runs 95% to 99% of our life on automation.

Cognitive neuroscientists reveal that the profoundly more powerful subconscious mind is responsible for 95-99% of our cognitive activity and therefore controls almost all of our decisions, actions, emotion, and behaviors. (Szegedy-Maszak, 2005)

It’s so hard to make changes in our lives because they get rooted within us.

If you think you are a failure, you may view mistakes you make as proof that you are a failure.

If you succeed at something, you may attribute it to luck. As you continue to think this way, you slowly reaffirm your belief that you’re a failure.

Psychotherapist and international bestselling mental strength author Amy Morin writes“once you draw a conclusion about yourself, you’re likely to do two things; look for evidence that reinforces your belief and discount anything that runs contrary to your belief.”

How Do You Change Your Thoughts?

There are many ways you can change your thoughts to be more positive.

If you want to change your life, you need to change your thinking. Let us continue to learn how we can change our thinking.

The Power Of Positive Thinking

The Power Of Positive Thinking, written by Norman Vincent Peale sold over five million books to become an international best-seller.

In the book, you’ll learn to think positively. Over 8,000 reviews on Amazon people say it will change your life, help solve your problems and eliminate negative beliefs such as jealousy, resentment, and hatred.

I’ve read the book and highly recommend The Power Of Positive Thinking because it helped change my thinking. It offers affirmations to repeat yourself and is powerfully uplifting and positive.

study by researchers found patients with an anxiety disorder reduced their anxiety symptoms by using positive self-talk.

Positive Thinking Techniques

Here are 6 effective ways to change your mindset:

  1. Determine Your Mindset – When you have a goal you want to achieve, ask yourself, “To achieve this goal, what mindset do I need?” as well as “People who were successful at this goal, what was their mindset?”  
  2. Change Your Self Talk – When you tell yourself that you’re not good enough, your thoughts will create your reality, and you’ll be held back from the life you want by your mindset. Start by changing your negative self-talk to “I am good enough” or ” I can do this,” it may sound weird, but it helps.
  3. Surround Yourself With Like-Minded People – When you are around negative people, their negativity will rub off on you. Find positive, uplifting people and learn how they think and modify their habits and mindset to yours.
  4. Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone – Challenge yourself to do new things which will cause you to rise to the occasion and change your mindset.  
  5. Change How You Speak – Just like changing your inner self-talk, change how you speak to others. Instead of saying negative things to others or complaining, talk about positive experiences in your life. As you continue to do this, your mindset will change to an encouraging one and drown out fear and want.
  6. Read, Learn and Apply Your New Knowledge – Read books about how your mind and brain work and learn more about positive thinking and apply the techniques learned to your life and mindset.

Thought Visualization

In this study, the Clevland Clinic found that imagining doing exercise in your mind can increase your strength.

The things you think about and focus on causes your brain to mobilize your resources and deliver what you’ve thought about.

Your brain doesn’t distinguish between imaginary and reality.

Researchers at UCLA had a group of students visualize an A on their final exam. Another group of students was asked to imagine studying.

They were asked to do so several times for weeks before their exam. The group that visualized studying performed better on the test.

So what this means are our thoughts to imagine things around us could transform our reality.

You could imagine yourself communicating calmly and comfortably instead of being nervous when you speak. Even visualizing eating the right foods and exercising could improve your physical well-being.

This abstract shows that it’s been proven over and over that visualizing can improve your well-being.  

Put the correct positive thoughts to work, and in time you could change your reality.

Your Reality, Psychology and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Many people have negative thoughts, leading to more stress, anxiety, and depression, leading to a negative reality.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is based on the principle that your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs significantly affect your behavior and that mental disorders like anxiety and depression can effectively be dealt with by changing your negative thought processes.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy compares our thinking pattern to a pair of glasses that enables us to view the world differently. If our thinking is positive, we will have a positive outlook on life, and if our thinking is negative, we will have a negative view of the world.

Psychology Today, a renowned psychological magazine, defines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) “As a form of psychotherapy that treats problems and boosts happiness by modifying dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. 

Question your thinking and positively re-frame your negative thoughts. Doing this will help reduce stress and give you a feeling of motivation.

Final Thoughts

The quality of our thoughts creates the quality of our life, and our thoughts create experiences, and we experience what we think.

Remember and remind yourself often that the power of your thoughts will become your beliefs. Thoughts have power. Think positive often.

You are what you think.

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