Friday, August 14, 2009

Speak Positivity

Peace Wisdoms,

There is so much healing power in speaking/thinking positively. Our words-both written and spoken- have immeasurable power whether we feel it or not. There are several dogmas that subscribe to songs, spirituals, verbal chants, and/or recitations: all positive messages. Most motivational speakers encourage you to tell/feed yourself positive messages- sometimes in repetition. They know that ONE positive message can go a long way.

Positive messages create/build/maintain faith. They can create peace. Positive messages have strengthening power and have physiological AND psychological healing powers. Positive messages incite MORE positive messages. We feel better when we receive positive messages, the same goes for when we give them.

Thinking and speaking positively is most effective in times of adversity. No matter how bad the situation my seem, there is ALWAYS a positive that lies within. It can be teeny-tiny and hard to find, but it is definitely there.

I try to make a habit of discovering the "at leasts" in every seemingly bad situation. I was in a car accident last night (I'm perfectly fine btw). The accident was in no way my fault. I could have been livid based on the costs of the damage, the possible insurance premium increase, the fact that my plans were deterred. But I chose to stay positive. I even offered my step-father's services as he does auto-body work. Instead, I went down my mental list of "at leasts."

-At least...I can drive away unscathed.
-At least...the car is still drivable.
-At one was hurt.
-At least...I'm still alive and well.

And this list could go on. And in some situations the ONLY at least will be "at least i'm still alive." And that's just a part of life. The purpose of this blog post is just to open your eyes to the immensely powerful "at least." Find the positive in everything you encounter. It's there! I can guarantee that!!!


PostQuote: "When you're back's up against the wall, be happy you're standing" -Me


  1. Well said, Janine!

    Positive thinking definitely incites more positive thinking!! Love the picture of your post because last night I literally wrote in my journal to "Always look at the glass as half full instead of half empty."

  2. Thank you Deanna!

    I love that our minds were in sync on this one! Tis essential for our well-being/sanity.


  3. An excellent perspective on life. Making lemonade out of lemons escapes many. All the best!

  4. This is so true. Thoughts create conditions in your lives so if you remain positive, positive things will always happen...