Life/Living, Spirituality

How to flip feeling negative to positive

In all the years I have had an interest in spirituality there is one thing I can 100% tell you works, and that is being positive, thinking nice thoughts and cutting out negativity does definitely attract good things to you.

I can also tell you that when I am making a huge effort to meditate, think positive, be happy, and say my affirmations I attract a lot of nice people to me. I notice that people smile at me, I end up getting discounts, people gift me things and people seem to be attracted to me (not physically but spiritually). Without a doubt I have proven this to myself time, and time again.

That’s not to say I’m always on this high, and I do let my guard down sometimes and start worrying and getting annoyed at silly things. However when I make a real effort, everything seems to just flow.

On New Year’s Eve I was walking through the tunnel from Martin Place Station in Sydney to Pitt Street. As I was walking along a lady stopped me and handed me a bunch of beautiful roses (pictured above). She owns the florist that I have passed so many times I can’t count, and just handed me this beautiful bunch of flowers because she was closing the shop for the holiday period. These are the kinds of things that happen when I keep myself in that positive energy.

It’s not always easy to stay focused on being positive so here’s what I do to change that energy:

  • Write 20 things I am grateful for daily

  • Read my affirmations 3 x daily

  • Focus on what I want to achieve in life – visualize it

  • Read books on Spirituality and Inspiration

  • Listen to beautiful uplifting music (one album that gives me instant peace is listed on the shop tab on this site)

  • Tell myself “I AM LOVE”

  • Do yoga

  • Consciously change my thinking if I notice myself worrying, being critical, bored, grumpy etc

  • Daydream about all the things I would love to do

These are just little habits that if you work on for at least 21 days they will start to become beliefs and the norm. Try it and see for yourself.

This article has been republished with permission, and originally appeared on www.quicksprout.com.

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