Fighting Negativity (Part 2)

by Patrick Liew on December 21, 2011

Negativity is first germinated in the mind.

Over time, if left unchecked, it can grow to become a demon that will eat up my soul.

Negative thoughts produce negative emotions. In the same way, negative emotions contribute to negative thoughts. They feed on each other as they go down the slippery slope towards destruction.

The good news is that it does not matter at what point I am at the slope, I can charge my thought patterns. I can remove the negative inputs and redesign my mental habits.

As I develop new thought patterns, I am rewiring the neural pathways in my brain. As a result, I can enhance positive emotions and improve quality of my life.

A good way to develop a positive thought pattern is not to run away from it or to pretend it does not exist. I need to confront and challenge negative ways of thinking.

What is the truth about the subject that I am thinking about? How did I develop this thought?

How does this thought affect me? How do I feel about it?

How can I replace this thought with a positive one? How can I renew my mind so as to achieve positive outcomes?

By disputing with negative thoughts, I lower my belief in it. I can also remove the thoughts right at the beginning. I do not have to let it grow until it becomes a major challenge in my life.

The more I confront and challenge negative thoughts, the more motivated I will become to protect my mind. With each success, I enhance my proficiency to remove negative thoughts from my life.

When negative thoughts are reduced, I will be in a better position to develop positive thoughts. I can become an inspirational and influential leader.


I hope this message will find a place in your heart.

By the way, I have also recorded other reflections.

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Please read them and continue to teach me.

Life is FUNtastic!


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