What’s your Mantra?

All of us battle with our unconscious mind almost every day. Then and there negative thoughts crops up, that slows us down or paralyze us. We pick up these negative thoughts from our experience, surroundings , people around us. How quickly we proceed from it will be determined by how often we say our mantra and how often we neutralize the negative thoughts as they come up.

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man·tra/ˈmantrə/
1. Hinduism. a word or formula, as from the Veda, chanted or sung as an incantation or prayer. 2. an often repeated word, formula, or phrase, often a truism: If I hear the “less is more” mantra one more time, I’ll scream.

Every single time a negative thought crops up in your mind, its time to state your positive alternative. Let that alternative line becomes your mantra. Say it to yourself with special dedication hundreds of times in a day if necessary. Why do this? You’re replacing a negative doom-loop thought process with a virtuous, positive one. You become what you tell yourself are.

It’s not difficult, it just takes persistence.

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