Friday, August 24, 2012

The POWER of Positive Thinking

Let me tell you, folks, that positive (+) and negative (-) thinking possess powerful attractions.

(+) will attract the RIGHT energy.

(-) will attract the WRONG energy.

Both of them will make things happen on their own terms.

Let me give you an example of a (+) thought: I write for a living. I support myself and my family with my writing.

The same thought in (-) is this: I am a struggling writer. Large houses do not want good authors like me.

Another example of a (+) thought: I eat healthy. I weigh xxx lbs. I exercise daily.

The same thought, (-): I am a fat pig. No matter what I do, I can't lose weight!

ALL of these statements are BLATANTLY FALSE! And yet they will lead you down their respective paths until they become true. Do you see what I mean here? If not, put on your thinking caps and read those statements again.

I challenge you in the comments to put a (+) thought about something in your life. It can be family, professional, writing, acting, poetry, singing, speaking, weight-loss, or anything else. But make it (+).

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Eric W. Trant is a published author of several short stories and the novel Out of the Great Black Nothing. He is currently represented by Debrin Case at Open Heart Publishing. See more of Eric's work here: Publications


Summer Ross said...

Positive thought:
I will find a good job.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I am blessed by the many friends I've found here online and journey my writing has sent me on.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Wonderful attitude, Eric! I'm all for positive thinking.

I am happy to be me!

Wine and Words said...

+ I am independent and self sufficient.

You are absolutely right. Engery is power. You channel the direction.

dolorah said...

I am glad to be employed :) And paid.


Jai Joshi said...

I'm totally with you on the positive thoughts.

Here's mine: I eat healthy. I deserve dessert.


Phoenix said...

I am positive that I will find a job and career that I'm useful, good, and talented at.

Does that work? Because I'm crossing my fingers that it comes true.

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