Do negative thoughts attract negativity in your life?

This is a question that I’m asked quite regularly and the answer is not necessarily.

Sometimes life happens in a way that you are not expecting and consequently, you might not get the results you want and because of that, you may feel frustrated, upset and even angry.

Even though those feelings are negative they are appropriate for what is going on with you in that particular now moment. It does not mean that your focus is on the negative all the time.

You get what you focus on.

Perhaps you know already that the human brain is designed to adapt and learn and that you give instructions to your brain.

If you are constantly telling your brain that you are a failure, you are not deserving, you will never get what you want guess what, that’s exactly what you’ll get.

To make matters worse you prove yourself right all the time when you are sure that life is against you.

When you are in this mindset you don’t attract negativity, you walk right into it.

You walk into negativity every time you instruct your brain to focus on the negative.

The good news is that it is as easy to instruct your brain to focus on the positive.

Focusing on the positive stimulates curiosity. For instance, when you focus on the positive even when you don’t get the results you want, you become curious as to how you can do things differently and who can help you get a positive outcome.

The aim of your focus is a choice and the choice is always yours.

Let’s take action right now.

Be aware of where your focus is, not your thoughts.
Your focus is a constant, your thoughts come and go.
Be aware what you focus on in any now moment and then make your choice.
I say your choice because no one can choose it for you unless you give them permission to do so.

If in this very now moment the negative focus is so hard-wired in your mind that you’ve become blind to everything else but the positive, then let’s have a chat.

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I am here to support you.

Please share this blog with others so they too can become aware that focus is a choice and the choice is always theirs.