Get Inspired: Quotes That Encourage Positive Thinking

Your life is only as good as your mindset. If you want a positive life, that means you are going to have to maintain a positive mindset. Positive thinking is not dependent on your experiences, it is the result of consistent effort and a will to always see the bright side no matter what your current circumstances hold. It is the practice of not allowing yourself to dwell on what is wrong, what seemingly cannot be changed, and what does not feel right. It is about reminding yourself that you are in control of your life and destiny and that no circumstance can change that. It is easy to be sucked into the habit of negative thinking because negativity is promoted constantly through media and society. We are constantly exposed to negative headlines and all the issues occurring in the world. Media teaches us to be insecure because it frames us as vulnerable individuals. The following quotes remind me of the importance of positive thinking and motivate me to ignore negativity and focus on the good:

“Always say ‘my peace is more important’ when you find yourself reacting to something that doesn’t deserve your energy. Prioritize your inner wellness and cultivate an active mindset of peace by consciously deciding that you’ll elevate higher than any situation that arises.”

“Focus on things you want in your life. Don’t think of the things you don’t want because they’re not relevant. The more you visualize what you want, the more of it you’ll bring into your life.”

“Don’t use your energy to worry. Use your energy to believe, create, trust, grow, and heal.”

“You can think your way to the perfect state of health, the perfect body, the perfect weight, and eternal youth. You can bring it into being, through your consistent thinking of perfection.”

“Making life simpler starts with removing all the complications from inside you, all the layers you’ve built up to hide who you are and how you feel.”

“Check your mindset twice as often as your phone.”

If you’re having trouble thinking positivity, take a moment to analyze who you are spending time with and what you are spending most of your time thinking about and looking at. If you are spending most of your time with complainers, you will find yourself always finding something to complain about. If you are spending time with people who see goodness all around them, it will become easier for you to see all the good around you. Keep in mind that your environment is more than who you talk to, it is also what you watch and where you spend your time. Become acquainted with your intuition. Notice which places or peoples make you feel high in energy and which ones make you feel low. Show yourself love by staying away from an environment that drains your energy.

Take time to shut out toxic people and behavior from your life and replace it when positive forces. This could include doing a social media cleanse, detoxing from toxic friends, eliminating certain shows and movies you watch, and more. Spending time in nature is another amazing way to shift into a more positive state of mind. Nature is so healing and stabilizing, that simply taking a walk does wonders for mental health. Even if you implement only one of these changes, you will see a major difference in your life. Comment below how you deal with negative thoughts.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. All of these are wonderful!

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    1. VitaminC-GreenTea says:

      I’m glad you enjoy them šŸ™‚

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  2. I love all of these! So much positivity ā¤ļø

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    1. VitaminC-GreenTea says:

      šŸ˜Š

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