Change the Way You THINK!

Change the way you think. Negative thinking is a habit and it can drive us mad.

STOP and break the habit of negative thinking by using positive words and feelings.

For example – “When you feel I Can’t REMEMBER”. Believe in yourself and say you CAN.

Do NOT forget our thoughts and feeling are in our control. We just let them go on AUTOPILOT and we need to learn how to stop them and change them to be Positive.

IT is quite easy and simple.

Repeat the affirmation below 5 times 3 times a day for a week and see the difference. And if possible do it for 3 months to see a real difference in your life.

Created using Canva. Cherry blossom branch with an affirmation written in pink.

Affirmation are the fasted was of REPROGRAMMING a negative mindset – headset. They work and you will feel so much better for it. Trust me! I know! I have reprogrammed my headset using this tool a long with a few others.

Repeating Affirmations make a big impact and significant change if you find your-self stuck on a negative repeat. The repeating of affirmation especially using pen and paper will help you break the negative cycle. And you can start being YOU again!


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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

17 thoughts on “Change the Way You THINK!

  1. The power of our thoughts! It’s incredible that we are the ones that suffer so much with them and we are the responsible for their power. Beautiful affirmation. The peace meditation from a few posts back is so wonderful, I’m doing it everyday now. Thanks so much for sharing. 🙂

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  2. It is amusing how simple and familiar it sounds but it remains a very important reminder – negative thinking just can sneak up and take over. This reprogramming takes a lot of consistent practice so we can pick it up quickly when we notice ourselves slipping into old patterns.

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