The Power of Positive Thinking
Have you ever noticed how most of the world’s successful people have an unshakable belief in themselves and their abilities? I think there’s a simple explanation for this: those people not only have an unshakable belief in themselves… they also have an unshakable belief in something else, and that something else is a set of powerful beliefs called ‘positive thinking’.
If you want to be successful, you have to believe you will be. You have to believe in yourself. But most of all, you have to believe in positive thinking. It doesn’t matter if you are a business owner, an athlete, an entertainer, a person looking to change careers or simply someone trying to bring about positive change in your own life…positive thinking is the fuel that creates success! However, most people never get taught how to positively THINK their way out of difficult situations and circumstances, including people that suffer from depression.
Did you know that most people who get depressed end up being treated for what they call ‘medical depression’? That’s because modern medicine has an amazing ability to treat the ‘symptoms’ of depression without ever getting to the real cause. The cause often turns out to be some kind of chemical imbalance in the brain due to a person’s natural state of mind, consisting of negative thoughts and pessimism.
Unfortunately, many people with ‘medical depression’ have no idea they are clinically depressed. They simply think they are sad because life is tough.
Your success in life depends on your ability to think positively. However, most of us have been taught to think negatively, especially about ourselves. You need to stop thinking negatively and start thinking positively.
‘The power of positive thinking’ is a proven system for turning negatives into positives. It has helped millions of people worldwide to achieve a positive mental attitude… and in many cases… actual physical healing!
Here is how it works: you find an example of something negative in your life, then you replace that negative thought with a positive one. For instance, if you have a headache, you think about all the good things that will happen as a result of getting rid of that headache. This process is called ‘thought replacement’.
Try it and remember… practise makes perfect!