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How Our Mindset Can Make Any Situation Negative

What we think over and over makes a gigantic difference in how we experience any situation. No matter what happens in our lives, our beliefs and perspectives determine whether we see the positive side or the negative side of situations.

A Mindset that Can Make any Situation Negative

When we are in the lower frame of mind (ego or the 3rd dimension), almost all of our attention is placed on looking for what’s wrong and not going right. Anger, doubt, worry, and fear can race through our minds, like we have no control over it.

Our Thoughts Have a Tendency to…

  • Blame ourselves or others for the situation.
  • Rehash the past and judge what should have happened.
  • Disagree with what’s going on.
  • Try to implement ways to fix what’s going wrong.

A Mindset that Makes any Situation Positive

When we are in a higher state of mind (the 4th Dimension), we realize that what we think plays an important part in our experience of it. Almost all of our attention is placed on trying to see the bright side of any situation.  Instead of focusing on what is wrong or right, our inner monologue consists mostly of thoughts about understanding, kindness, and gratitude.

Our Thoughts Have a Tendency to…

  • Consist of lots of positive mantras or affirmations.
  • Use the situation to express love to ourselves and others.

To Sum it Up 

When you think about any situation, does it make you feel better or worse? If it makes you feel worse, you could start taking control of your inner monologue to change your perception of it. That will make your life less doom and gloom, easier, and a lot more enjoyable.

Are You Ready to Change the Way You Think?

I have a “How to Feel Worthy” self-study course helps you change the mindset you have about yourself, your relationships, any situation, and the world around you. You will be able to finally feel deserving of what you want and able to be yourself. For more details.

Also, check out the quiz, How Worthy Do You Feel?

If you need more help thinking about any situation on the bright side, contact Vickie Champion for a complimentary coaching and consulting session.