I know what you’re thinking – you’ve heard of this before; but have you really tried to tap into the power of your thoughts? I cannot tell you that that thoughts can cure everything, but I can tell you that positive thinking really does help. Here are some ways by which you can harness this power.
Think about this scenario: You toss and turn all throughout the night because you have a presentation the next day. You have prepared for this presentation for weeks, and you know the details in and out. You have anticipated possible questions that may raised. Still, you are afraid that things might become a mess. What if you forget the words? What if you overlook a detail?
This is just one scenario, but you can very well change the reason and you can still stress over things. Bottom line: you can worry all you want about something – anything!
How do you tap into the power of your thoughts? STOP thinking negatively. As I outlined, you have probably done all that you possible could given the situation. Thinking negatively will not help at all. Instead of dwelling on all the bad things that could happen, why not think about all the good things that could happen?
In the book Being Happy, the power of thinking positively is emphasized over and over again. I believe that this is for a reason: actions and events stem from what we think. The next time that you find yourself worrying yourself sick (literally and figuratively), remember this article. It just might help you.
Originally posted on April 11, 2010 @ 4:27 pm