We have to learn to transmute our pain and disappointment into something beneficial! Revenge is boring. Those drawn out instagram captions under your selfies and backshots are not gonna bring him back, girl. (Well.. maybe. But not for a relationship.) And when has polluting your mind with vindictive thoughts turned vindictive actions had a […]
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One comes to believe whatever one repeats to one’s self, whether the statement be true or false. Each of us is what we are because of the dominating thoughts we permit to occupy our minds. -Ruben Chavez | thinkgrowprosper This is why I do my best to stay away from those who have a negative […]
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In order to tap into your true potential, you have to let go of fear. The mind is a powerful tool because it allows you to create your own reality just through thoughts and feelings. For example, the simply going back to a memory, you are able to trigger emotions and feelings that correlate with that memory, and with just one thought, you’re able to influence the mood or your day—whether it’s positive or negative. Going back to that moment, you start to think where this feeling arises and you can literally think yourself into a bad or good mood. This just proves that our mind is capable of so much more once we are able to master it. You are constantly creating your reality—subconsciously or consciously—through the frequencies you’re emitting. It’s all about how you respond to your thoughts that will determine what you will attract into your life. If you can master your mind, you are able to tap into your true potential/higher self and live life as an observer rather than someone who is simply responding to his environment.
–@seekthetruth (with grammar revisions)
Words have power, even the words that stay in your head.
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So be mindful.
Don’t let people that don’t matter too much matter too much. -Wes Moore 🖤
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Although I like this video and find it informative, it speaks on why we process our emotions in the ways we do instead of how to, like the title suggests. I look at it like: Know when to suck it up. Pick your battles wisely! Know when to suck it up and discuss at a […]
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