Messages about thinking positive

Gloria Wendroff

Heavenletters > Heaven #3736 Rise Above Yourself

The trouble with you is that you think you have limits. The trouble with you, then, is how you think. Change your thinking, and, wow, the world is a different place, and you stride differently in the world.

Gillian MacBeth-Louthan

Time has shifted in accordance with new laws that have not even been enforced as of yet. In average human 24 hour day there is 86,400 seconds.  The speed of thought is faster than a nanosecond.  So in an average day see yourself having approximately 86,400 thoughts at the speed of the light.  If you were given a penny for every thought on an average day, you would accrue $864 per day.  Multiply that by seven days and you will accrue, per penny, per thought, $6048 per week.  Multiply that by 4 weeks and in a month you will have accrued $24,192 just by having a penny for your thoughts. 

Cheryl Richardson

Cheryl Richardson > Making good things come to life

Two years ago I developed a morning ritual of writing one page of spontaneous affirmations in my journal as an uplifting way to start my day.  I’d make myself a cup of tea, find a sunny spot in my home (whenever I could), and sit down and write what came to mind.  I’ve learned over the years that it’s the feeling an affirmation gives you that fuels its expression in your life so, over time, I crafted a list of affirmations that made me feel hopeful, excited, and instantly inspired.

Gloria Wendroff

How can anyone be depressed when trees grow and flowers bloom? How can any heart feel depressed when even one apple grows on a tree? When one baby smiles. When there is even one such a thing as a baby gerbil to steal your heart. When there is music. When every forest is a work of art. When a crayon can make a mark on paper. When children play.

Dr. Judith Orloff

A basic dynamic of energy is that we attract who we are--the more positive energy we give off, the more positive connections we'll magnetize to us. Ditto for negativity. It works like this: Love attracts love. Grumpiness attracts grumpiness. Passion attracts passion. Rage attracts rage. The explanation? This human form of ours is a subtle energy transmitter. We're constantly sending out signals which others on similar frequencies pick up on, and gravitate towards--an instinctual call we may not be aware of. Why opportunities do or don't show up in our lives is a function of this.