This inspiring artwork “You become what you think. Think happy thoughts.” was created by Karen Salmansohn. The poster is also available in actual paper form as a framed artwork.
Positive Words Research did a project called “101 Positive Words in Photos”!
For this project, we have made more than 101 photos, each photo for one different positive word.
Here are some print screens of the pictures
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The video is called “The Power of Words” and is created by the Hindu Website.
Enjoy the power of good words!
Anger can be transformed into the power of positive words if you know how to guide yourself through this transformation.
The energy of anger is an energy of bitterness which is a negative energy. Look at negative energy as a lack of positive energy. So feeling “bitter”, feeling “bitterness” is a lack of a certain positive energy. Research the word “bitter” by searching mainly the antonyms of this word.
Positive Words Research findings reveal that the energy of feeling angry is a lack of focus on the following positive words: pleasant, fortunate, happy, friendly, sweet, gentle, pleasant, mild, grateful, mellow, thankful, appreciative.
When you feel angry or bitter or enraged, it feels difficult to quickly switch to the positive energy represented by the above listed positive words. Therefore, use the following affirmations to call upon yourself this positive energy:
I am fortunate and fortunate is me.
I love feeling fortunate and fortunate energy loves me.
I am grateful for feeling fortunate and fortunate energy is grateful for me.
I seek the energy of feeling fortunate and fortunate energy is also seeking me, so that it can fill me, lay and flow through me.
I am sweet and sweet is me.
I love feeling sweet and sweet energy loves me.
I am grateful for feeling sweet and sweet energy is grateful for me.
I seek the energy of feeling sweet and sweet energy is also seeking me, so that it can fill me, lay and flow through me.
Do these exercises for the rest of the positive words pleasant, happy, friendly, gentle, pleasant, mild, grateful, mellow, thankful, appreciative and you will transform your bitterness.
Anger is just a lack of momentary awareness for certain positive words.
Anger is a lack of awareness of the following positive words:
- Like, attraction, pleasure, enjoyment
- Peace, harmony, inner contentment, serenity, tranquility, security, calmness.
- Approval, favorable regard, blessing, support, admiration, encouragement, respect
- Acceptance, favorable reception, recognition, self-acceptance, acknowledgement, appreciation, awareness
- Patience, tolerance, good nature, cool, composure
- Goodwill, kindness, friendliness, benevolence, cheerful acquiescence, willingness, positivity, grace
- Forgiveness, kindness, loving kindness
- Gratification, satisfaction, spirit, humoring, pleasing, delight, joy, thrill, gratitude
- Amiability, a cheerful and agreeable mood, good humor, light, charm, sociability
Enraged is a lack of awareness of the following positive words:
- Please, enjoyment, pleasure, satisfaction, gratitude, delight, like, care, humor, content, choose, prefer, wish, will
- Ease, relieve, calm, comfort, relief
- Peace, quiet, calm, satisfy, gentle, alleviate, pacify
When you feel the emotion of anger you become, for some moments, unaware of the above positive words and in particular of the positive words BLESSING and GRATITUDE.
Bring your mind back to these positive words. Focus on the words “blessing” and “gratitude” for some seconds. This practice will make a dramatic change in your emotions and swift you to higher and more pleasant feelings. Try it and you will see. After practicing it for couples of times it will be easier to do it.
Short definition: Recovering easily and quickly.
Synonyms: bouncy, springy, lively, live, flexible, supple, rubbery, pliable, tough, strong, hardy, buoyant, feisty
Related words: spirited, elastic
Antonyms: stiff, rigid, limp, inflexible, flaccid, weak, sensitive, delicate, sickly
“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Nelson Mandela
“Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient.” – Steve Maraboli
“There’s no such thing as ruining your life. Life’s a pretty resilient thing, it turns out.” – Sophie Kinsella
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