Be selective of your thoughts. Let go of the ones that can't cultivate a beautiful garden in your mind, and only keep thoughts that do. And when you speak, think of your words as meaningful and important to listen to. Be the fertile gardener of your mind.
Being an observer is one of the most helpful tools we can use with our thinking mind.
Be present, observe, question, let go.
If your thoughts are not radiant, beautiful, positive and true, release them immediately, and replace them with thoughts that push you right through the door of transformation.
Our consciousness is rising and expanding quickly, and if we are open to it, and choose to expand with it, we can morph into the change seamlessly.
How do we reach enlightenment if not through everyday life, and all that we experience in it?
Take nothing for granted. Not a single breath, the smile of a loved one, a burst of rainbow magnificence. All are gifts to awaken us.
The Says Who? questioning method will begin the process needed for you to know and understand your thoughts better, so that you can be prepared to challenge a negative thought when it unexpectedly pops up and wants to undermine, sabotage, control, or keep you from being your authentic self, and reaching your goals to lead a happy and fulfilled life.
Remember, when you remove a negative thought from your mind, you make room for a positive one to replace it, and that positive thought can create a positive image to match it, which can manifest your reality.
Use the Says Who? Method and make some room for those positive thoughts!