Your Thoughts Could Be the Culprit

By: Marla Sloane

Unhappy? Stressed out? Do you feel you not only want more fun in your life, but you need more fun in your life? You seem to be doing all the right things, but yet you still feel unfulfilled. So, what’s wrong? You want that feeling of happiness again, like that sense of pleasure you had as a child when you saw your first rainbow. But now you feel like you aren’t getting what you want out of life, and it’s leaving you feeling disheartened. The answer could be that your thoughts are sabotaging your happiness.

Is it possible that our thoughts have that much power over us? Yes! Our thoughts are the most powerful manifesting agent we have. Our thoughts work together with our subconscious mind to manufacture our reality. Our thoughts dictate to our subconscious mind to create what it’s saying. Our subconscious mind is non judgmental; it is like a computer assembling data. Whatever data you give it, it will accept. If the data is false or inaccurate, the computer doesn’t care, it will accept whatever you punch in.

Our mind works in the same way. Our internal dialogue is the data that we input to our subconscious mind. Our daily thoughts are the information that our subconscious uses to create. Our subconscious mind’s job is to make our thoughts materialize. If your internal chatter says, I’m not as intelligent as my co-worker, your subconscious minds says, “Okay you’re not as intelligent as your co-worker, I’ll produce that for you. I will manifest your co-worker getting that promotion instead of you, to show you that it’s true." If your internal chatter is always complaining about the injustices that happen to you, and that you are a victim, your subconscious mind says, “Yeah, you are such a victim, you are always getting treated unfairly; I will create a circumstance where you are treated unjustly, so you can be victimized." Have you ever wondered why successful people keep getting successful? It’s because of their thinking. They have found the formula to success, their thoughts. Your subconscious is hard at work creating what you tell it. It wants to please you, so it will do what you think. Changing your outer world starts by changing your inner world first. When your inner world isn’t congruent with your outer world, it creates turmoil inside your body, leaving you with the feeling of being stressed, tired, and an overall sense of unhappiness.

How do you stop the sabotage? Pay attention to your thoughts and internal dialogue. When you hear your little voice say anything limiting or negative, stop and replace that thought with what you really want, and believe you deserve it. It doesn’t stop there, and then you have to take action into making that a reality. Act as if it were already true. When you do this, your subconscious knows you are serious about making a change, and it will assist you into getting what you really want. It will take a little time to start manifesting, but you will see a difference. Changing your thoughts results in changing your life.

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