Lately, I’ve fallen into learning everything I can about the way positive vs. negative thinking effects my life.  I don’t know about you, but most people are SO negative.  Always complaining! “Woe is Me.” “Feel bad for me.” I’ve had enough of it all.

 

I consider myself a very positive person and have a very good outlook on life.  Sure, from time to time I get sad, upset, or frustrated at things that probably don’t matter.  It brings down your whole day and shifts your attention from the things that are productive.  For the most part, I try to look at the bright side and realize that life goes on and everything will be OKAY.

 

I’ve stumbled upon manifestation- basically shifting your thinking to positivity and attracting good things to happen in your life.  Seems crazy.  I swear I’m not going looney over here.  The thing is, life is just too short to be pissed off all the time.  If you think about your life, you probably can think up hundreds of things to be grateful for.  And the things you want to change, start thinking positively and attract what you want in the future!

 

I’ve written out about 35 positive manifestations that I want to attract into my life in the following areas:

 

  • Health
  • Relationships
  • Home & environment
  • Career
  • Money

 

I’ve written these statements in the present tense, even though many of them are not true now.  For example, I’ve written things like “I’m grateful to eat a plant-based diet, to run a marathon, to have a passive income stream, to be debt free, etc…” I read these manifestation statements every day.

 

I truly believe the more you focus and think positively about something, the more likely it is to happen.  If you let negativity in, it will control you.

 

When I first read about manifestation, I thought it was a bit out there. I know that there must be more than just thinking positively to make some big changes in your life.  And there is.  Positive thinking is just a piece of the puzzle.

 

Positivity is where it all starts.

 

“If you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” –Henry Ford

 

Thanks for Reading,