Refusing to give meaning to your negative thoughts might seem impossible but once you try it, it will be the best decision you ever made.
Many are used to giving excessive meaning to their negative thoughts on a daily basis, even when all the evidence in their lives points to the opposite – all the proof of having nothing to worry about is right in front of them yet they seem to need the negativity.
Negativity is safe. Engaging in your negative thoughts means you don’t even have to attempt self-improvement but comfortably stay put instead. Emotionally, negativity is a block preventing you from experiencing the desired due to a lack of trust in your manifestation abilities; mentally, negativity is a comfort zone you allow to keep you in the same place instead of progressing into a happy, positive awareness.
Nothing can describe your omnipresent negative beliefs quite like your negative thought patterns. In a variety of situations, similar or different, do you tend to drown in the same fears every time? Do you actively seek possible negative outcomes to “prepare for the worst?” Do you bring the same fears and engage in the same thought patterns in every relationship you have?
Becoming aware of your thought patterns shows you just how meaningless and powerless your negative thoughts are. They aren’t prophetic but fictional instead. You weaved them yourself.
Fears are not a self-fulfilling prophecy until you become intent on experiencing them. When you decide to experience your fear rather that than a happy manifestation, you will.
If you feel like your fears are stronger than your manifestation abilities, you have probably decided to experience them rather than living your desired manifestations.
If you have done that, change your thoughts today and let your beliefs change with them.
Truth is, there will always be (falsely perceived) external evidence to give you a reason to engage in negative thoughts. That reason being nothing but a temptation of the mind to keep you in your comfort zone, even when you know you have nothing to worry about, you can decide to stop responding to these thought patterns. Not thoughts themselves but the actual patterns, as they are the culprit of your comfort zone having formed in the first place. Deciding to ignore those patterns will lead to a life full of accomplished goals.