Friday, September 19, 2014

Putting Your Best Thought Forward

Put your best thought forward.

It's easy to get caught up in the web of self-defeating thoughts. Many times this is done by default.

Fortunately, you can change your thoughts so that they empower you.

No one can think your thoughts for you. Think about that. Only you can do that.

And this means that you are responsible, not only for what you think, but for what shows up in your life as a result of your thinking.

Instead of thinking by habit, why not make the decision to think by choice? Rather than accept someone else's thoughts (opinions/beliefs/ideas) at face value, test them to see if they hold true for you. If they don't align with your purpose, your goals, your values, or your dreams, then choose to think for yourself. Thinking by habit is lazy thinking.

When you nurture the same old negative thoughts, you'll get sucked into a black hole of vibration that keeps you from moving forward. Rather than focus on possible negative outcomes, why not focus on possible positive outcomes? Put your creativity to use. Instead of focusing on the problem, focus on the possible solutions. Since thought is the source, it's also the solution.

Our most dominant and consistent thoughts carry power and energy. They have a very real and significant impact on the way we act. Choose to think the best about yourself, your world, and the people and events in it. Doing this allows you to enable, encourage, empower, and motivate yourself to do your best.

You're going to get from here to the future anyway as time goes on, so you might as well think thoughts that will shift your vibration, serve your highest good, and accelerate your desired outcomes. Put your best thought(s) forward, and before you know it, you'll be stepping into your joy.


  1. Hi Penny. It's so easy to get sucked into a downward spiral of negative thoughts. I often don't realise until I've been doing it for a while and wondering why I'm feeling down. it's then that i make the choice to consciously choose a better feeling thought. Especially as if I examine what I'm thinking it sounds remarkably like my mother's voice ;) it's amazing how quickly I can change from feeling quite low to back on a high, just because I've questioned my thinking. Great points in this post, thanks for sharing

    1. Hi Andrea.

      I know what you mean. It's so easy to get sidelined with our thinking. We get lax or we fall into the trap of getting lazy and then BOOM...we're dealing with negativity. But the beautiful thing is that we have the power to change it all just by changing our thinking.

      Thank you for dropping by...and always sharing.