What we think we manifest.

Every thought, word we think or speak we manifest. This is how affirmations work. Affirmation are positive statements.

However, the thoughts of pain, speaking to others of our pain will manifest even more pain.

Gossiping not only wastes time as we have done anything productive , it will manifest more negative events in our life.

Sharing our problems with others, is not halved. It will be doubled or multiplied by how many people we share it with, as they will think oh look at them.

Be mindful who you share your problems with. If you have to share then be sure they are a well wishers and won’t have negative thoughts towards to you and your situations.

Be careful of what you think as you manifest that without even sharing it to others. If you repeat that thought we send ourself negativity sometime in the future.

As much as possible have good wishes and pure feelings towards everyone in your life even those who are unkind towards you. Your life will change for better.

Create positive habits. What we repeat becomes a habit. Create positive habits.


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I believe that the thoughts we create impact our life greatly. If we are able to change our thoughts, redirect them, catch our negative thinking.We can change our life. Read my 'About' page to find out more about thoughtsnlifeblog.com

17 thoughts on “What we think we manifest.

  1. You are right, we do not need to manifest any more pain / ill health but need to talk …. especially we are encouraged to discuss Mental health issues. Better shared they say. I share on paper in the form I am happiest with when It is out of me, I burn it and in my head say ‘thank you for its removal, show gratitude to the universe for my good health and well being. I hope this conjures up less negative
    manifestation than if it was spoken aloud. This is my hope at least. Thank you for opening up the discussion. 😘

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