“Thoughts” do become real!

Yes, you’ve heard about it as many times as you could but let me also splash my version of it.

Thoughts, both positive and negative do become real when we keep on obsessing over it.

You see that it’s quite good in terms of Positive thinking but in contrary, it’s not if it’s negative.

My examples of the two cases are… down the direction that the tip of your nose points to!( I mean “below”πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ) Apologies to those who don’t have the sharp end on their nose.

Positive.😁 A young boy, had once visited one of his friend’s house on a casual day and he was smitten by the “Pitched roof elevation”. And it happened when he was probably 17 or 18 he couldn’t get that out of his mind. He had been obsessed over it since then and wanted to incorporate that design when he would build his own place. He swore to himself that he’ll build a huge house with pitched roof when he got older.

And here I am, his own daughter; living his dream. It’s been 9 years since we built our home.Yes, that handsome young boy was my Dad, and he did build a beautiful Palace of his own with the “pitched roof” that took everyone by awe.

I couldn’t search for a better example of positive thinking than this. I am the living proof of my Dad’s vision. And hence, I here have proved that Positive thoughts do come true. But they take more time to become real than the negative thoughts.

Why? Because it requires our efforts. Say, you want to become an IAS officer and you keep thinking about how awesome you’d be, once you’ve achieved it. But, you see that it wouldn’t happen if you just think about it, the universe wouldn’t give you what you want unless you work so damn hard for it. You’ll have to be as ambitious as Brutus to make your positive thoughts turn into your concrete achievements.

Negatives. πŸ₯ΆThey don’t need any physical effort from you. Just the fear of it that something would go wrong in your life and even lamentation, if occupied in the mind recurrently; then I bet it will happen.

For an example, I myself and my buddies in College really were drenched in boredom as we entered our final year of UG and used to babble everyday that we’d be happy even if the college days ended then. And think of us now, we are in a bloody lockdown. And I terribly miss my homies. I would be happy even if they reopened the college tomorrow.

I’ve dragged both the examples out of my life. Positive thinking is so powerful yet hard to get used to, whilst one can easily overwhelm his thoughts with the negative vibes. Negative vibe can usually be the result of too much love or care and even concern. The fear of losing a loved one, the fear of failure, the fear of being broke and just every possible fear that a human can experience will lead to the negative thinking and when we keep on feeding the negative thoughts to the brain, out of any fear at a certain time; it will become real. And thus, one should stop it.

But it isn’t easy! πŸ˜‘

So, what can you do to develop Positive thinking? πŸ€”

πŸ‘‰Read a Religious epic.πŸ’« Trust me, it will help a lot.

πŸ‘‰Start gardening πŸ‘©β€πŸŒΎπŸ‘¨β€πŸŒΎπŸ‘When you surround yourself with the gift of nature, your mind will automatically calm down be pleased with life.

πŸ‘‰Have a personalized quote or a sayingπŸ“ and keep munching on it whenever you feel like life is putting you down.

πŸ‘‰Smile,πŸ˜„ for one cannot over rule the happenings of his life but can just smile away the fear and hardtimes.

I’ve given the best example for Positive thinking. And for the Negative, I’ve given the simple yet raw example. And I hope that the four steps to inculcate the positive vibes helps.

Quarentine time wanted me to do something productive and what is much better than to write on this effective topic?

And I’d like some suggestions for the next blog’s topic. Comment below if you have something on your mind… 🀯🀠

Love and xoxo fromπŸ€™πŸ¦„
Veera’s Pen.

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The typical daddy's girl trying to explore herself through the World of Writing, Words and Books!

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