The Hidden Power of Your Thoughts – How Negative Thoughts Can Hurt You

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The power of your thoughts is something that very few people are aware of. After all, we’re so used to having a constant stream of thoughts and ideas that it takes a lot to notice when something is happening right under our noses. Your thoughts influence you. They can either make you feel good or bad. If you have negative, self-defeating, or unhelpful thoughts, they will only bring you down further. This is because the more often you have those types of thoughts, the more frequently they will come back to haunt you again and again until eventually, you believe them as true instead of seeing them for what they really are: unhelpful, negative thoughts patterns that do nothing but hurt you by limiting your potential and making it impossible for you to achieve your goals and dreams.

What happens when you have a recurring negative thought?

The process goes like this: You have a negative thought, for example, about not being good enough, about never being able to achieve your dreams, and about being a failure. You might then feel bad about yourself, you might feel angry with yourself, and you might even feel like giving up. No matter how you feel emotionally, having a negative thought is not a solution to your problem. It’s just the same unhelpful thought that you’ve been recycling repeatedly. The issue is that if you’ve been having negative thoughts after negative thoughts, then you’ve been feeding your brain with unhelpful information. You’ve been telling your brain that you’re not good enough, that you’ll never be able to achieve your dreams, and that you’re a failure. You might feel like it’s okay to have an occasional unhelpful thought, but it’s not. Over time, you are associating this unhelpful thinking with bad feelings and unfulfilled desires. You’re not just limiting your own potential, you’re limiting the potential of the next generation of people as well.

You Are What You Think

You’re not alone: Everyone has unhelpful thoughts

Negative, unhelpful thoughts aren’t just something that happens to people who are struggling with mental health issues or are going through a hard time. Anyone can experience them and there’s absolutely nothing wrong or ‘weird’ about it. Many people experience unhelpful, negative thought patterns and feelings daily. In fact, it’s estimated that 90% of the population experience unhelpful thoughts daily. This doesn’t mean that they’re in any way normal, though. They link unhelpful thoughts and feelings to anxiety, depression, stress, and low self-esteem. There’s nothing ‘good’ about them, which means they’re only going to make you feel worse in the long run.

How to spot the signs that your thoughts might limit you

It’s important to notice when your thoughts are unhelpful and look for ways to change them. Here are a few signs you might think unhelpfully: – When you think “I’m not good enough”, or “I’ll never be able to do this”, or “If only I was better at this, I’d be happy”. – When you think “What if I mess up?” or “What if I try to and fail?”. – When you think about a situation in a way that makes you feel anxious, worried, upset, or anxious about messing up. – When you think negative, unhelpful thoughts about other people.

Stop thinking so negatively and start thinking more positively

You can’t change where you’ve got from, but you can change where you’re heading. You can think more positively and you can think more about the things that you want to achieve and the dreams that you want to fulfill. You can think about all the wonderful things that are waiting for you in your life and that you can’t wait to experience. You can take control of your thoughts and you can begin to ‘tame’ your unhelpful thoughts. There are a few ways that you can do this: – Think before you speak. This is especially important when you are talking negatively about other people or things. – When you’re thinking negatively, try to stop yourself and think about something (or someone) that you’d prefer to be thinking about. – When you catch yourself thinking negatively, try to stop yourself as quickly as possible and think of something (or someone) that you’d prefer to be thinking about. – When you catch yourself thinking negatively, try to redirect your thoughts into something more positive.

3 strategies for how you can use your thoughts to achieve your goals and dreams

The most important thing for you to remember is that your thoughts are not the truth. They are just thoughts. They don’t have to be true and they don’t have to be reality. You have the power to control your thoughts and you can take control of your life. All you have to do is to remember that your thoughts are not the truth and that we can change them. The following strategies will help you do just that: – Remember that your thoughts are just that – thoughts. You don’t have to believe them and you don’t have to act on them. – Remember that your self-talk is super important. Try to be mindful of what you’re saying to yourself and what you’re saying to others. – try to keep your mind open. This will make it easier for you to think about all the wonderful things in your life and will make it easier for you to think more positively.


Your thoughts are powerful, and they can have a huge impact on your life. If you want to achieve your goals, you need to remember that your thoughts are not the truth and that you can change them. The key to doing this is to keep your mind open and to remember that everything that you think, you become.

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