The Healing Power of Positive Words

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The Healing Power of Positive Words

Human’s eyes represent his mind, the tongue signifies his heart, and his arms legs represent human will. The tongue is a small body organ, yet death and life reside in the power of the tongue. Words can have a positive or negative impact on our lives. A person’s speech is so powerful, that you can easily determine their mental wellbeing from the words they utter. Words have power, and proper use of the power requires wisdom. This blog explores the power of speech and gives advice for exercising wisdom in whatever you say.

1. Your Body Is the Temple of God

As an individual recognize God that resides in the tip of your tongue and in each heart of a human being. Harmful words ruin the temple of God that is located in your heart. As God’s worker on earth, you need to ensure that positive speech becomes an integral part of your life. Develop an internal alchemy that turns destructive compassion into a passion, and disliking into sympathy.

2. Positive Words Relieve Mental Burdens

Gentle words often turn even the hardest of souls. God exists in each and every human being. When we use positive feeling words and act towards another people, we shift the karmic balance by paying the previous debt. When we speak positively to another person, we relieve them of their mental burden and bring him on the way to self-analysis and light. Nothing is more discouraging than hurtful gossip, criticism, and negative speech. If you keep on slandering and gossiping about others, you are denying yourself the opportunity to be truly happy in your life.

3. Positive Words Have a Healing Effect

Words have an incredible healing power in people’s lives. Words of love, comfort and encouragement have a positive impact on people’s lives. This is evidenced by health in the body. Positive speech is a weapon against disease and bad luck. Take control of your tongue, to ensure it speaks no evil against the absent or departed. Make sure your words do not injure a person’s reputation. Practice self-control, good company and good words as they bring light to the heart. Familiarize yourself with these rules checklist on how to be happy.

4. Positive Words Uplift People’s Lives

If you are blessed in life, nature expects you to recompense the blessings you have received by uplifting others with your words. In doing so, more blessings, wealth, and health will come your way. If you fail to do so, then you are only denying yourself the joy and happiness you would have gained from uplifting other people’s lives. On the other hand, if you speak negatively about other people, you absorb their bad karma and dissipate the blessings you had gained, that you would have otherwise received.

The following are interesting beliefs regarding the impact of negative, hurtful words.

  • If you have an island under the ring finger or a line of line – it’s not a good sign.
  • A star at the base of your middle finger is not favorable. That is the reply for the sin of slander would be great.
  • A cross under the ring and/or middle fingers brings negativity in the life of those offending others.
  • If a cross appears on your mount of Venus, abstain from stay away from slander, gossip, and negativity, since they will directly impact your relations.

5. Positive Words Strengthen Our Relationships

Speech is the Light of Infinity which should be constantly increasing. We should approach our listeners humbly, and show them our intellectual gift by the words we speak. We should center our conversations around truths. We should also show modesty and respect in our speech. If you look around you, a lot of people are bringing down their love relationships, friendships and careers by speaking lies, being arrogant and showing disrespect in the way they speak with their partners.

6. Positive Words Create and Support Light

The Word is God and God is the Word. When God created us, he intended for us to be the Spirit of Light that guides all those who have strayed from the path of light. The tongue, should, therefore, not be used to destroy others. When you gossip, you attract negative forces that invade your body, mind, and heart. Such forces suck out the light out of you, leaving you weak and unable to exercise control over your heart and body. The only way to avoid this situation is by dedicating the words that come from your mouth to create light and support others who might be too weak having been possessed by dark forces.

7. Positive Words Improve the World

The world we live in is full of karma. We always hear that karma will get back at us in one way or the other. Your achievements, challenges and everything you go, are not by accident. Rather, they are the result of karma. Instead of attracting negative karma, you can attract positive karma. By using deliberate words and actions that are intentionally constructive, we set positive forces in motion, that will act on the good for all mankind. Positive words will improve your life and further karma incarnations, and by extension, improve the world through enlightenment.

In conclusion, positive thinking is something that you need to practice over a great deal of time to get it in your system. An empty stomach brings out the negative energy from your body. To help yourself, you need to eat healthy, at regular times and also stay out in the sun as bonding with nature cancels out the negative forces. Above all, learn to love yourself by taking good care of your body, refraining from listening to and participating in negative talk. This way, you will always keep your mind, heart, and body healthy. Here is an inspirational speech to get you going in your endeavors.

Healing Power of Positive Words Janet Anthony

About the Author: Janet Anthony is a blogger from Kansas City and content writer at Resumes.Expert who has been writing professionally for five years now. She mostly writes about motivation, self-development, blogging and inspiration. Her motto is “What you do today can improve all your tomorrows”. Find Janet here: twitter

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Why Is Important To Take 10 Mindful Minutes And Do Nothing

Here is an incredible video from TED. The speaker is Andy Puddicombe. His speech is called “All it takes is 10 mindful minutes”. The following words are the transcript of this talk and at the end of this post, you will find the video. Enjoy below the speech:

“All it takes is 10 mindful minutes”

 

Transcript of “All it takes is 10 mindful minutes”

We live in an incredibly busy world. The pace of life is often frantic, our minds are always busy, and we’re always doing something.

So with that in mind, I’d like you just to take a moment to think, when did you last take any time to do nothing? Just 10 minutes, undisturbed? And when I say nothing, I do mean nothing. So that’s no emailing, texting, no Internet, no TV, no chatting, no eating, no reading. Not even sitting there reminiscing about the past or planning for the future. Simply doing nothing. I see a lot of very blank faces. You probably have to go a long way back.

And this is an extraordinary thing, right? We’re talking about our mind. The mind, our most valuable and precious resource, through which we experience every single moment of our life. The mind that we rely upon to be happy, content, emotionally stable as individuals, and at the same time, to be kind and thoughtful and considerate in our relationships with others. This is the same mind that we depend upon, to be focused, creative, spontaneous, and to perform at our very best in everything that we do. And yet, we don’t take any time out to look after it. In fact, we spend more time looking after our cars, our clothes and our hair than we — okay, maybe not our hair, but you see where I’m going.

The result, of course, is that we get stressed. You know, the mind whizzes away like a washing machine going round and round, lots of difficult, confusing emotions, and we don’t really know how to deal with that. And the sad fact is that we are so distracted that we’re no longer present in the world in which we live. We miss out on the things that are most important to us, and the crazy thing is that everybody just assumes, that’s the way life is, so we’ve just kind of got to get on with it. That’s really not how it has to be.

So I was about 11 when I went along to my first meditation class. And trust me, it had all the stereotypes that you can imagine, the sitting cross-legged on the floor, the incense, the herbal tea, the vegetarians, the whole deal, but my mom was going and I was intrigued, so I went along with her. I’d also seen a few kung fu movies, and secretly I kind of thought I might be able to learn how to fly, but I was very young at the time. Now as I was there, I guess, like a lot of people, I assumed that it was just an aspirin for the mind. You get stressed, you do some meditation. I hadn’t really thought that it could be sort of preventative in nature, until I was about 20, when a number of things happened in my life in quite-quick succession, really serious things which just flipped my life upside down and all of a sudden I was inundated with thoughts, inundated with difficult emotions that I didn’t know how to cope with. Every time I sort of pushed one down, another one would pop back up again. It was a really very stressful time.

I guess we all deal with stress in different ways. Some people will bury themselves in work, grateful for the distraction. Others will turn to their friends, their family, looking for support. Some people hit the bottle, start taking medication. My own way of dealing with it was to become a monk. So I quit my degree, I headed off to the Himalayas, I became a monk, and I started studying meditation.

People often ask me what I learned from that time. Well, obviously it changed things. Let’s face it, becoming a celibate monk is going to change a number of things. But it was more than that. It taught me — it gave me a greater appreciation, an understanding for the present moment. By that I mean not being lost in thought, not being distracted, not being overwhelmed by difficult emotions, but instead learning how to be in the here and now, how to be mindful, how to be present.

I think the present moment is so underrated. It sounds so ordinary, and yet we spend so little time in the present moment that it’s anything but ordinary. There was a research paper that came out of Harvard, just recently, that said on average, our minds are lost in thought almost 47 percent of the time. 47 percent. At the same time, this sort of constant mind-wandering is also a direct cause of unhappiness.Now we’re not here for that long anyway, but to spend almost half of our life lost in thought and potentially quite unhappy, I don’t know, it just kind of seems tragic, actually, especially when there’s something we can do about it, when there’s a positive, practical, achievable, scientifically proven technique which allows our mind to be more healthy, to be more mindful and less distracted.

And the beauty of it is that even though it need only take about 10 minutes a day, it impacts our entire life. But we need to know how to do it. We need an exercise. We need a framework to learn how to be more mindful. That’s essentially what meditation is. It’s familiarizing ourselveswith the present moment.But we also need to know how to approach it in the right way to get the best from it. And that’s what these are for, in case you’ve been wondering, because most people assume that meditation is all about stopping thoughts, getting rid of emotions, somehow controlling the mind, but actually it’s quite different from that. It’s more about stepping back, sort of seeing the thought clearly, witnessing it coming and going, emotions coming and going without judgment, but with a relaxed, focused mind.

So for example, right now, if I focus too much on the balls, then there’s no way I can relax and talk to you at the same time. Equally, if I relax too much talking to you, there’s no way I can focus on the balls. I’m going to drop them. Now in life, and in meditation, there’ll be times when the focus becomes a little bit too intense, and life starts to feel a bit like this. It’s a very uncomfortable way to live life, when you get this tight and stressed. At other times, we might take our foot off the gas a little bit too much, and things just become a sort of little bit like this. Of course in meditation — we’re going to end up falling asleep. So we’re looking for a balance, a focused relaxation where we can allow thoughts to come and go without all the usual involvement.

Now, what usually happens when we’re learning to be mindful is that we get distracted by a thought.Let’s say this is an anxious thought. Everything’s going fine, and we see the anxious thought. “Oh, I didn’t realize I was worried about that.” You go back to it, repeat it. “Oh, I am worried. I really am worried. Wow, there’s so much anxiety.” And before we know it, right, we’re anxious about feeling anxious.

You know, this is crazy. We do this all the time, even on an everyday level. If you think about the last time youhad a wobbly tooth. You know it’s wobbly, and you know that it hurts. But what do you do every 20, 30 seconds?

It does hurt. And we reinforce the storyline, right? And we just keep telling ourselves, and we do it all the time. And it’s only in learning to watch the mind in this way that we can start to let go of those storylines and patterns of mind. But when you sit down and you watch the mind in this way, you might see many different patterns. You might find a mind that’s really restless and — the whole time. Don’t be surprised if you feel a bit agitated in your body when you sit down to do nothing and your mind feels like that. You might find a mind that’s very dull and boring, and it’s just, almost mechanical, it just seems it’s as if you’re getting up, going to work, eat, sleep, get up, work. Or it might just be that one little nagging thought that just goes round and round your mind.

Well, whatever it is, meditation offers the opportunity, the potential to step back and to get a different perspective, to see that things aren’t always as they appear. We can’t change every little thing that happens to us in life, but we can change the way that we experience it. That’s the potential of meditation, of mindfulness. You don’t have to burn any incense, and you definitely don’t have to sit on the floor. All you need to do is to take 10 minutes out a day to step back, to familiarize yourself with the present moment so that you get to experience a greater sense of focus, calm and clarity in your life.

Related relevant article: 4 Scientific Studies On How Meditation Can Affect Your Heart, Brain And Creativity.

All it takes is 10 mindful minutes meditation

The Secret of Mindfulness

Find here an inspiring short video that anyone needs to watch at least once in a lifetime. It presents how mindfulness empowers us. This animation is narrated by Sharon Salzberg. Same with positive words. Do not put the effort in not talking negatively. Just put the effort in finding, learning and using on a daily basis positive words. In this way, you will be empowered. It just takes practice. Enjoy the video about mindfulness!

Gratitude and Appreciation Letter for My Health and Body

Butterfly_finger_handTo summon the energy of gratitude and appreciation for my health and body I am writing this gratitude and appreciation letter for my health and body. I could have named it only: Gratitude Letter for My Health and Body, but I will also write about things that I appreciate and love about my health and body. Therefore this is also an Appreciation Letter and a Love Letter to my health and body. Here it goes!

I love the health of my body. I love my body. I love my health. I am sincerely grateful for the vitality of my body. I am happy with the health of my body. I appreciate the health of my body. There is an abundance of health in my body. Thank you for this abundance of health.

I love my body and my body loves me. Every organ of my body is functioning perfectly. I appreciate every organ from my body. I am sincerely grateful for my DNA and for my genes, the activated genes, and the not activated genes. I am happy with the energy connected with my body. I am grateful for the energy flowing through my body. I am sincerely grateful for all the love energy flowing through every organ of my body. There is plenty of love in every organ of my body.

I summon perfect restoration for every organ from my body. Life loves every centimeter from my body. Life is kind with my body. Thank you for the kindness that life shows to my body. Every organ of my body is completely safe. My organs love being alive. Life keeps safe all my organs. I thank life for keeping my body safe.

I am grateful for my eyes. Thank you eyes for loving me so much. I am grateful for my heart. Thank you my awesome heart for beating for me. I am sincerely grateful for the love of my heart. I am sincerely grateful for my lungs. Thank you for sustaining my breath for so many years. I love my lungs. I am sincerely grateful for my sexual organs. My sexual organs helped me in so many ways and I am sincerely grateful for them. I appreciate my sexual organs and I am happy with them. There is much love flowing lightly through my sexual organs. There are no blocks for love in my sexual organs.

I am sincerely grateful for my sexual organs. My sexual organs helped me in so many ways and I am sincerely grateful for them. I appreciate my sexual organs and I am happy with them. There is much love flowing lightly through my sexual organs. There are no blocks for love in my sexual organs.

I am sincerely grateful for my brain. I love my brain and my brain loves me. Thank you all my neurons for serving me so well until now. I love each one of you. I appreciate and love my immunity system. I love and I am so happy with my thymus gland. I appreciate the health of my immunity system. I am sincerely grateful for the perfect health of my thymus gland.

I am sincerely grateful for my hormones and for my hormonal system. I love everything related to my hormones.

I am sincerely grateful for every organ from my body, known by me or unknown. I appreciate every cell from my body. Every cell from my body is a blessing for me. Every cell from my body is serving me in a good and happy way for my reality.

I am sincerely grateful for my mental health. I am sincerely grateful for the health of every cell from my body. There is plenty of love in the cells of my body flowing lovely and gently. There is plenty of light in every cell from my body. I am grateful and I fully appreciate the love and light from every cell from my body.

What would it take for every cell from my body to be alive and happy?

I demand every cell of my body to run the energy of living. It is safe and kind to live. I am willing to let love in every organ from my body. It is safe to let love in every organ of my body.

I love. I love. I love. I open to receive more and more love. Breathing light through every organ and cell from my body. Love and Light surround every cell and every subatomic and atomic levels from my body. I love you my body. Obviously.

I Love You. Obviously.

 

 

 

 

 

 

With All my Love,

Elena D. Calin
Positive Words Research

What is your favorite positive feeling?

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Everyone Needs Help Sometimes

 Everyone Needs Help Sometimes

Everyone Needs Help Sometimes

The golden rule of overcoming mental health obstacles reads, “you have to want to be helped”. I’ve learned this over the span of my mental health journey after some devastating abuse I experienced in my childhood. Sadly, my mother turned to drugs when I was just 8 years old. She became addicted to methamphetamine and needless to say, it was devastating for my family. My brother and I were severely neglected during this time and were put into some very uncomfortable situations. Drug dealers coming and going, a missing mother for extended periods of time, strange paraphernalia around the house – we just couldn’t process it all. Luckily, after just a few months we were court ordered to begin living with our father and the nightmare was over.

It took me years to come to terms with the fact that I would never be able to accept my past and continue positively into my future without help. Asking for help is not always easy, but keep in mind that no one should have to keep abuse a secret. No one is meant to handle it alone.

Unfortunately, I have also had many friends and family members who have struggled severely with their own mental health. However, often times the illness continues untreated because people will not help themselves. No one on earth can help you if you aren’t willing to help yourself. This is a problem that I struggled with for years. I put my family and friends through hell from time to time because I was miserable and they didn’t know why. It wasn’t until I revealed the intricacies of my abuse and asked for help that I was able to separate myself from the events and know that my abuse does not define me as a person. I was a victim of abuse, but I am not my abuse.

If you are going through an emotionally trying time or are trying to come to terms with past events, I urge you to first think of your family before you continue on your current path. Many people fall into a black hole of depression and don’t know how to get out and/or simply give up. You must remember that it is not the job of your loved ones to lift you up, you have to want help first.

Just because you are suffering from a mental illness does not mean that the world has to treat you differently. It is your job to work towards you mental health goals, thus, you can move into a better future that you create for yourself. Again, imagine your friends and family. Do they bring a sense of well-being and helpfulness into your life (or at least try)? What are they receiving in return? If the answer is only anger, sadness, and no appreciation because of your mental illness, then it’s time to take a stand against your mental health. The fact of the matter is your mental health may be affecting theirs.

I understand this all too well, I tried to hold in the sadness and anger I had for my past and of course, it didn’t work. I went through spouts of deep depression and occasionally dragged friends and family members down with me or didn’t speak to them at all. It was absolutely not a way to live.

On the other end of the spectrum, if you have a loved one whose mental health is suffering, you may understand how incredibly trying it can be to try to make the situation better. The truth is, you can’t. No amount of love or friendship can erase a traumatic experience and if it isn’t dealt with, the emotional scarring may only deepen.

Regularly, those who suffer from emotional damage turn to drugs in order to self-medicate the pain that they feel. This may occur because of a lack of support or a suspected lack of support, especially if the victim is young. They may feel like there is no one to turn to, no one will listen, or that no one will believe them. I am genuinely lucky that I never seriously turned to drugs or alcohol. Several of my friends and family members used drugs as an escape for the anguish that they endured.

If you believe that someone in your life may have gone through a traumatic life experience, please offer to be a part of their support system. Strangely enough, I never considered therapy or counseling until I had become an adult, years after my abuse took place. All it took was one little seed planted in my head by a loved one and I knew that’s what I needed to do. So, just know that all it takes is letting the person know that there are options available – they do not have to continue suffering. It may take some time for them to come to terms with this fact and ask for help, but someone who wants to be healthy will eventually take the first step towards a better life.

Trisha is a writer from Boise, ID. She is a dedicated vegan who promotes an all-around healthy lifestyle, including mental health. You can find her on twitter @thatdangvegan or check out her blog thatdangvegan.com 

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How Positive Words Help With Depression

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The thought pattern of people who suffer from depression does not contain positive words. The simple intention of integrating positive words in their thoughts would gradually convince the brain to give up depression patterns. However, this integration process causes a lot of resistance as the brain is very attached to this negative, destructive structure. By negative structure I mean the tendency to interpret an event by linking it to a negative affirmation, thus drawing conclusions or making generalizations which usually lead towards an unfavorable state of mind and spirit.

Are words important in depression?

The depressive people notice very easily the negative comments in a conversation or a text and they do something that is even more dangerous for the brain: they keep these negative words in their mind for longer periods of time. The memorized negative words are reinforced once in a while, either by being formulated again as a thought or by being said to the people around. This rethinking of profound negative words is one of the pillars of the foundation that gives depression its huge power. The other pillar is the resistance to incorporate strong positive words into their thinking.

Depressive people have a high resistance towards considering positive words as extremely powerful for their well-being and happiness. They consider negative words more accurate in expressing the reality and positive words as a lie to oneself. The word “gratitude” for example is highly rejected by the brain of the people who suffer from depression. There are also other positive words with a high degree of optimism that can blast the negative energy of the brain in a couple of seconds: awesome, blissfulness, magic, serenity. These words are missing from their vocabulary and whenever someone expresses them, depressive people consider them a lie, as belonging to a different reality than the one perceived by them. This proves that positive words are not a part of the awareness of depressive people and incorporating such words in their conscious thinking until they become comfortable with using them, will cure these people of depression. Still, this is not an easy task, because depressive people tend to have the brain very attached to their depressive thinking patterns.

How do positive words help depression?

A realistic solution would be to rewire the brain, starting from the level of rational thinking. The best way to do that is by following a therapy such as REBT promoted by Albert Ellis in his book of self-therapy “Guide to a rational living”. Through this type of therapy, the person will have to put under question their most profound negative beliefs, which most of the time are simple sentences that contain an exaggerated negative word. This will give to the person a period in which he will diminish the power of those negative words over his brain and body. Then, the person can incorporate more easily positive words in his thinking until they don’t feel so strange and separated and slowly these words will start to feel very true and comfortable to be used.

As the best known and popular energy clearer and healer Christie Marie Sheldon said: „Truth is light and lies are heavy”, positive words feel light and negative words feel heavy. It was even scientifically demonstrated that negative words contain more information that positive words, but words with more information do not mean that the information reflects the truth. Usually, the lies are scenarios full of alembicated and complex details. People give such complex details when lying because they feel the need to misguide the listener so as to cover the feeling that the story is a lie.  But people who are in touch with their intuition will feel very quickly the lie and tell it like it is. Truth feels light, no heaviness around it.

Depressive people are very attached to this pattern of digging through a lot of information to find the truth. Most of them are not people who base their decisions on intuition. They are not in touch with their intuition and do not consider it to be real and worthy to be taken into consideration when judging things and making decisions. When faced with a situation, they block their intuition that would help them distinguish between truth and lie faster and easier. Thus, they start searching for the truth by analyzing the lies. They find the truth eventually, but the process is heavy, very emotional and the price paid is depression.

How can they find the truth by analyzing the lie? 

It happens because they use the duality law, one of the universal laws that govern planet Earth. Lies and truth are two faces of the same coin. Analyzing one side, resolving the puzzle of one side, makes you see the other side, as a reflection of the first side. So the purpose of analyzing the negative side of the coin by depressive people is to find the truth. It is the same purpose as the one that everyone has, to see the truth. Positive thinking people find the same truth but use positive thinking. The only difference is in the way they feel. They feel happiness, not depression. Depressive people do not trust this way of perceiving the truth. And it is understood, because only a few years ago science started analyzing how to think positively (See PERMA, science of happiness, science of gratitude, science of blissfulness and awesomeness).

Because people do not know exactly how to think positively, the rules are not clear, they have resistance towards depending on this way of thinking in their day to day activities. At the end of the day, it is about results and finding the truth. If you do not know how to think positively, you cannot reach your purpose and find the truth. So the price of depression is paid for the awareness of the truth.

But this agreement with the Source (Source is a term used very often in spirituality) will soon come to an end. A new price will be negotiated: the price of happiness. People all around the world are beginning to pay the happiness price more and more. You need to be happy and offer happy energy in order to get things. This will be the new order on Earth.

Why do we have this price to pay if the Source is good?

This is an agreement made only for the planet Earth. The „rule” is incorporated only in the matrix of planet Earth, is not a universal rule. Once you enlarge yourself more than Earth’s barriers you become aware that is only on Earth.

Anyway, we got into more spiritual debates than planned, so to conclude, here are some practical solutions.

If you suffer from depression or you know someone who suffers from depression take this into consideration:

  • The state called “depression” has 2 main components;
  • If you eliminate these 2 components you will cure yourself of depression;
  • The 2 components are usage of negative words and lack of positive words;
  • Practical solutions: question very hard your negative words and incorporate positive words in your thinking.

How to question your negative words? 

Notice the negative words that you use. Write down the sentences that contain that negative word. Ask yourself: Why is this true? Where is this written? Where do I know it from? Must this be true? Am I obliged to think that this is true?

How to incorporate positive words into your thinking? 

You incorporate them by learning. Here is a list of positive words to start from.

Comment below and let me know about your struggles with depression, either you were or still are depressed. Or maybe you know someone who is depressed, maybe someone from your family.

My personal experience with depression 

In my case, (Elena, the founder of Positive Words Research) I suffered from depression and someone from my family is under treatment for depression, my mother. One reason for which I stated so many times in this article that depressive people are very resistant to positive words is because I have the experience with my mother. Her brain is very resistant to positive words. She finds positive words useless in life, the same as she finds a lot of beautiful things in this world as being useless. One of the things that depression deprives you of is seeing the beautiful things around you. Depressive people cannot become aware of the beautiful things that surround them in every moment of the life. They are blind to beauty. From time to time they spot beauty and enjoy it but they don’t consider it as a long-lasting reality. For them, beauty lasts for a short period of time.

But we live in abundance! As Wayne Dyer used to say, may he rest in peace: „Abundance is not something we acquire, it’s something we tune into.” And also “Abundance is not the destination, abundance is the way”, similar to what Buddha said, „Happiness is not the purpose, happiness is the way.”

Thank you, reader, for using positive words in your thinking. I love you for this. You do not let depression manifest in your body. You are awesome!

My biggest dream is to introduce the study of positive words in schools all around the planet to be learned by kids before going to faculty. Why? Because positive words are the key ingredient for positive thinking!

Simple and very practical: memorize positive words and start making sentences with them.

Even the negative sentences created with a positive word are powerful. This is one of the reasons why people even give their lives in masses when they incorporate this sentence in their brain: „War for peace”. As peace is a very powerful positive word, the brain focuses more on peace and less on war, paying the price. But as Mother Theresa said: „I will never participate in anti-war demonstrations, but I will always participate in pro-peace demonstrations.”  For peace, people will pay the ultimate price, which is their life, through war. The purpose is the same for all people: the peace, the good, the happiness. Only that the ways to reach these goals are different.

Something that I treasure very much and that I learned from my profession as a financial auditor was: Achieve results because you are evaluated based on your results, but achieve them by doing the right things, with integrity, hard work, and personal ethics.

Happiness will be the right thing to do. Happiness and abundance are the way to do it right. You are worthy to live your life like this!