We’re huge believers in manifesting. It requires you to embrace the power of positive thinking — which we know isn’t always an easy thing to do. When you manifest, you’re projecting positive energy into the world, which can bring a feeling of hope and enlightenment!
Challenge Negative Thoughts
We all have negative thoughts. Difficulties will come, and when they do, challenge those thoughts. When you find yourself jumping to conclusions, a method in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy known as cognitive restructuring may help. Ask yourself, “What evidence do I have that this is true?” Look for the proof, if it isn’t there, try not to worry about it!
The more we know, the more confident we feel. Think about one thing you know and feel sure enough to give a speech or teach people about it. It’s a nice feeling, right? Incompetence or lack of understanding tends to promote self-doubt. Listen to read a book, podcasts, take a class, investigate any learning method that works for you.
Nobody wants to endure discomfort or grief. That being said, the more we lean into difficulties, the more we are strengthening our muscles for resiliency, which enhances our capacity to bounce back from the next stressful situation.
When you embrace an approach of thankfulness, you leave little room for complaining. Feeling grateful doesn’t mean that you think that things are going right all the time, feeling grateful is acknowledging that things aren’t perfect and knowing that we get to decide the mindset we’re going to have.