Have you ever asked yourself these questions?

  • Can one declaration from me make the world a happier place?
  • Can one unique idea from me give direction to the world?
  • Can one powerful vision from me change the world?

Happy thoughts are part of our lives. In an average day it is estimated that we have around 60,000 thoughts. Have you ever wondered how many of these thoughts are happy thoughts? It is known that happy people think more happy thoughts than unhappy people. If we think happy thoughts… we create happy perceptions… we create a beautiful aura of light around ourselves, which leads us to experience happy events. And so we create an exciting circle (where we become even happier). Happy thoughts encourages us to live our lives according to our hopes and dreams not somebody else’s.

Jealous, angry and fearful thoughts and feelings take us away from our own path, our own purpose. But a straight path doesn’t admit compromises. This negative thought strips us of our power and ability to act effectively. If we think fearful thoughts we become afraid and act defensively. This pushes away other people and other possibilities away from us. And so we become lonelier and more afraid.

The route to a happier life is through happy thoughts. Not just because they make you feel better immediately… but because happier thoughts give you a stronger and more stable foundation to your life. You are in control rather than being bounced around by life.

What is this Source? The Source is the background from where thinking, feeling, and doing emanate. Beyond the three dimensions of thoughts, feelings and actions, lies the dimension that holds the key. This dimension is consciousness itself – the existential experience of being alive.

For example, you may be of the belief that people treat you badly. Indeed, people treat you badly because you believe it to be so. When you change this thought and begin to realize that the problem lies actually in believing in the thought that others are bad, then you will begin to experience that people behave well with you. So, what changed? Just your thoughts!

Some tips to avoid negative thoughts:-

  • Do Yoga or meditation.

  • Surround yourself with positive people.

  • Let go of the past.

  • Read an inspiring book.

  • Engage in activities that work towards your goals.

  • Make positive thinking a habit.