Are you having a day? Sometimes it feels like your negative thoughts hosting a field day in your mind. Complete with potato sack races and baked goods.
We know that the more attention we give our negative thoughts the more they grow. We also know that ignoring them and shifting to more positive thoughts is the mission when negative thoughts pop up.
But some days are easier than others. On the tough days, we have your solution.
The handy, dandy "Finding Satisfaction in Any Moment" free printable. This jazzy little PDF walks you gently walks your negative emotions off the field so your satisfaction and joy can come out to play.
Print a few of these and keep handy in case of emergency.
How to use:
At the top of the page, note the repetitive negative thought that your mind seems to be stuck on.
Flow down the page to describe a few satisfying aspects of the topic you are on. You may need to get a little creative but there are bound to be things you love about your job, your body or your loved one that come to mind.
Next, start listing the most satisfying and joyful aspects of your present state and your life. What ever comes first is the most important. Write until the space is full.
Further down the page list the emotions you would rather be feeling in this very moment.
Does it not sound better to feel joy, love, confidence, certainty, clarity, happiness, peace or calm? After you list your preferred emotions, write a few things in your life that give you those feelings. What makes you feel calm, confident or joy. Really feel these positive aspects of your life.
This is evidence that things are working out for you.
We now move to the mantras that really raise our vibrations at Visual Manifesting. Feel free to use your own. Pick one for the day- and set the intention for the rest of your day to feel this mantra.
Finally, we have added a quick visualization. We love the Abraham Hicks example of the cork floating to the top of the water. Your natural state is a state of joy, satisfaction and positive. But, we have beliefs and conditions that cause us to hold our cork under the water.
The best news is that once you let go and surrender- the cork naturally floats back to the top of the water.