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power of positivity helps finish all negativity
Soul Sustenance & Message for the day 05-09-2014
Posted: 04 Sep 2014 01:30 PM PDT
Soul Sustenance 05-09-2014
Understanding The Different Types Of Thoughts That The Mind Creates (Part 5)
We have explained Necessary, Unnecessary and Negative Thoughts in the last few days. Today we explain:
Positive thoughts are those thoughts which give us and others the experience of our original virtues like peace, love, bliss, happiness, etc. They enable you to accumulate inner strength and equip you to be constructive. Positive thoughts are always beneficial in all circumstances, without trapping you in the external appearance of a situation.
Thinking positively does not mean ignoring the reality of your world and living in a fantasy or longing to be another person. For example, if you were to repeat over and over again, “I am well, am well,” when you were ill, this is not what we mean by positive thinking.
Thinking positively involves looking at problems and recognizing reality, but at the same time being able to find solutions without becoming obsessed or confused. This often requires tolerance, patience and common sense.
A person who thinks positively is aware of the weaknesses of others, but even then will direct their attention towards their positive characteristics.
(To be continued tomorrow …..)
Message for the day 05-09-2014
The power of positivity helps finish all negativity.
Projection: When I am faced with negativity in people or in situations, I too usually tend to have negative thoughts. When my mind is caught up with negativity of any kind-fear, anger or tension, I cannot think anything positive. I then find myself totally caught up in the situation finding no solution.
Solution: The only way to finish negativity is to work with positivity. I need to make a conscious effort to look at some positive aspect in the situation or person with whom I am facing difficulty. When I do this I can relate to them with this positivity which will slowly make the situation better again.
In Spiritual Service,Viewing:-113
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