Yes, I believe negative and positive thoughts have an energy all their own. Unfortunately negative thoughts are so pronounced these days that they carry a lot of power. This negative energy can affect health, how we self talk about people through judgments, criticism, like and dislike. Ironically these same negative thoughts are the same things we dislike in ourselves. More people than not would much rather cast stones than change themselves.
Positive thoughts can take us so much further. The energy from positive thoughts can keep us healthy, slow down and sometimes stop illness. When we are positive we have energy to motivate ourselves and exercise. Positive energy bridges people together healthfully, respectfully. When we work on ourselves positively we have no time to look outside ourselves negatively. we have no time to give energy to negative thoughts.
How do we get there? One thought at a time. Every time a negative thought comes into the thinking process, the thought must be interrupted and replaced with a positive thought.
Oh yes, definately. I remember walking into my grandmother's house as a child and feeling total peace. Then she would take me home on Sunday night and I walked into a feeling of stress and anger. Someone could argue those feelings came from me, but it was when I walked into the different homes that the feelings came over me. I hadn't thought about that lately. Phyllis
Don't Give Up Before The Miracle Happens! -- Unknown
Love is for giving Love is forgiving -- Me!
"Don't say you don't have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein."
I would also agree. I consciously look for positive thoughts about people who draw out negativity in me as a way of combating the negativity. It can be quite difficult, but I'm a big believer in the "what goes around, comes around" philosophy.
I agree, absolutely! Unfortunately, I believe our words & thoughts, both possitive & negative can result in action. Both my mom & ex-fiance would talk about how thier dogs were going to die, even thought neither dog had anything physically wrong with them, my ex's dog died within months, my mom's dog after a year! I try very hard not to think negative thoughts or worry, because I always say to myself "wonder if what I'm thinking about were to happen? Do I want something bad to happen?"
It all boils down to energy. If you send out a strong thought, then yes, you can bring life to them. It is more about intent and will though. Just randomly thinking something doesn't mean you have to spend your life in constant worry either. We are emotional beings and if every thought we had manifested, things would be way more out of control than they are. It is a directed thought with a deep wish for it to be so that will manifest a thought.
Now emotional energy does have an impact on its own with those you are around. If someone is angry in a room or just left a room angry.... you may very well still feel that angry energy. So in some ways all energy given off does have some affect.
absolutely!!!! everyone is wondering how they can help with the gulf oil spill, your positive thoughts can help. go to http://clearthegulf.com you can download a free 15 min affirmation by dr joe vitale to help with your positive thoughts.
Fitness Minutes: (168,573) Posts: 10,060 6/15/10 7:04 P
can we create something by just thinking about it .? are our thoughts so powerful that they create what we think ? slyva brown was talking about this in her book . so to think thoughts can bear fruit and bring to life the thoughts . the movies are bring all sort of forms of evil to the screen can these be brought to life .what do you think ?
SparkPeople, SparkCoach, SparkPages, SparkPoints, SparkDiet, SparkAmerica, SparkRecipes, DailySpark, and other marks are trademarks of SparkPeople, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
SPARKPEOPLE is a registered trademark of SparkPeople, Inc. in the United States, European Union, Canada, and Australia. All rights reserved.