How to maintain Positive Thoughts


Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude of expecting good and favorable results and not getting discouraged when plans do not proceed as expected. It means trying over again and not accepting defeat. A positive thinking person focuses more on the good in people not on the bad.

“The practice or result of concentrating one’s mind affirmatively on the good and constructive aspects of a matter so as to eliminate negative or destructive attitudes and emotions.”

A few more definitions of what positive thinking is:

  1. Positive thinking is the attitude of accepting into the mind thoughts, words, images and feelings that contribute to growth, success and satisfactory outcome. It is a mental attitude that expects good and favorable results.
  2. With this frame of mind  you think good thoughts about yourself and about other people and envision a better future.
  3. Positive thinking looks for solutions, whereas negative thinking dwells on the problems and obstacles

Practice these simple exercises and suggestions to keep your thoughts on the positive side.

  1. Only use positive words when talking.
  2.  Push out all feelings that aren’t positive.
  3.  Use words that evoke strength and success.
  4. Practice positive affirmation.
  5. Direct your thoughts.
  6. Believe you will succeed.
  7.  Analyze what went wrong.

Here are four ideas you can use to help you to maintain a positive attitude and manage stress:

  1. Resolve to Not Let it Get You Down.
  2. Speak to Yourself in a Positive Manner.
  3. is Impossible to Grow Without Difficulty.
  4. Move Forward Towards Your Goals and Dreams.

Positive Thinking Exercises

  • Believe You Will Succeed. In order to feel more positive, you will need to start believing in yourself.
  •  Practice Positive Affirmations.
  • Make Peace With The Past.
  •  Use The Mirror Technique.
  • Breathe.
  • Go Easy On Yourself.
  •  Fill Your Mind With Positive Thoughts.
  • Express Gratitude.

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