Our new week message for our followers out there is a simple and self-explanatory quote from the World’s richest black woman, Oprah Winfrey.
It says: ”Everytime you state what you want or believe, you’re the first to hear it. It’s a message to both you and others about what you want. Do not put a ceiling on yourself”.
Very powerful quote! Highlights the importance of positive affirmations and their connection with our minds and our realities. Do you know that when you think a certain way all the time, you tend to find yourself in those situations most times.
It’s just like a lady who has vowed to remain single because of her ordeal in the hands of the men she may have met in the past. Little does she know that her mindset has made it impossible for her to ”sieve the chaff from the grain”. Everyone has bad experiences in life, but some of us have chosen not to dwell on these experiences because we don’t want a repeat. We don’t want to conclude the worst and keep getting the worst.
Speaking positively to yourself helps get you in the right mindset to achieve it. When your mind is right, you would definitely do a million times better than when you have already expected the worst to happen.
You know what you want, but you just don’t want to be taken ”unawares” when the worst happens. The worst may or may not happen, the point is YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW! So why are you thinking negative thoughts?
It’s not easy, especially for those who have only been met with mostly bad luck in their lives. But don’t you think you could probably do something differently? Something like, changing your thoughts? Try positive affrimations and thinking and compare the kind of vibes and energy surge you get to how you used to feel when you were wallowing in sadness. Results don’t lie.
Have a blessed week guys!
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Ruth Chukwurah is a graduate of Linguistics from the University of Benin. Ruth has worked as a Social Media Manager and Web Content Creator for almost 3 years. She enjoys putting down her thoughts in words and sharing them with other people. Ruth’s mantra in life is to live and let live, don't judge when you haven't been in another person’s shoes. She is interested in music, movies, art and food.