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"What you feed grows. What you starve dies."

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What You Feed Grows

This doesn’t just apply to houseplants…This is completely true with how our unconscious mind works.

 

Are you feeding your mind Positivity or Negativity? Whichever is it, it will get bigger and stronger…

 

When we feed it positive intentions, that is what it focuses on, which ultimately looks like life is just easier. We are telling our brain to respond to situations intentionally.

 

Have you ever been looking for a parking space and thought “I’ll never find a place” and you end up driving around the block 5 times? And when you finally find a place, you are so focused on how long it took and how frustrating it was, that it takes you 30-60 minutes just to relax?

 

What about a time you decided you had good parking karma and you thought “I’m gonna find a place right away” Which way is less stressful? Even if you circle the block 5 times with a positive attitude, which way felt easier? (even though it really took the same amount of time)

 

The truth is, that when we think it will be easy, it normally is. This is because we gave our unconscious mind instructions to make it easy, so it sees opportunities to make things easy.

 

Our unconscious mind is always trying to prove us right. If we say it’s hard, it will be. If we say it’s easy, it will be. If we set an intention to be positive, we will find positivity in situations and in others. Our unconscious mind will make sure we see what we tell it we want to see. When we focus on negative thoughts or positive thoughts, either way, we are telling our unconscious mind what we want to see.

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Today’s Tip:
Next time you hear a negative thought starting form in your head, ask yourself; do I really want that evidence? If not, what would you have instead?.

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