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Posted June 2012

Stop Negative Thinking in 3 Easy Steps

Michael Lee

Thinking negative thoughts never did anybody any good. Unfortunately, not everyone can stop negative thinking. Reasons for this vary. An event or a series of events could have contributed to a person's train of thought. At other times, it could be the way a person was brought up. He might have grown up in a negative environment. Whatever the case may be, it is high time to move on.

It's time to stop negative thinking.

Step 1: Be aware of your thoughts.

Sometimes, negative thinking has become too much a part of our lives that we don't even realize that all our thoughts point to negative. Once you become aware of your thought patterns, however, you'll be able to actively switch to positive thoughts more often, until such a time those positive thoughts become your default setting instead! Why do you think it is important to stop negative thinking? Well, that's because whatever is in our thoughts affect the things happening in our reality. Negative thoughts will only attract negative things.

Step 2: Avoid using negative phrases.

Pay attention to how you begin your sentences. Do you usually start with "I can't" or "I don't?" These words automatically place limiters on what you can do.

Take it from the President of the United States Barrack Obama and say, "Yes, we can!" Yes, you can! So next time, begin your sentences on a more positive note. Focus on the "I can" and "I do" and you'll find yourself being able to achieve feats you previously thought were impossible.

Step 3: Stop holding grudges.

Grudges serve no purpose. Revenge serves no purpose. These things are negative and corrupt the spirit. If you're really determined to stop negative thinking, you're going to have to let some of your old habits die. Learn to let go of the past. Focus on the present.

As long as you keep holding grudges, you will never be able to unshackle yourself from negative thinking. As a result, you'll never be able to really live life as fully as you're meant to. It's not going to be easy, especially if you're holding a grudge for years. But the rewards are most definitely worth it.

The time has come for you to stop negative thinking. It's time to start thinking like a winner. Once you start shifting to the positive side, you'll be able to see the world in a whole new light.

Copyright © 2012 Michael Lee
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