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Confessions Of A Negative Mind

November 7, 2009

A negative mind is as a result of losing control of your thoughts. There are forces all around you channelling your uncontrolled thoughts in their direction. A negative mind sets you back in so many ways and progress is often slow or at times non existent. With a negative mind you think; I can not afford it, it is out of reach, I will never be rich, no one likes me, she is out of my league.  I could go on; you know what you are thinking! There is a battle going in your mind and you need to win it!

Deep embedded in your mind there are beliefs you may not be aware of that are driving your life. If you look closely at yourself and the life decisions that you have made through the years you can come to a conclusion on how your mind works.  For example your marriage and your cycle of friends is a good indicator. If the people you looked up to let you down during your childhood and you have never forgiven yourself and them; chances are you will attract a partner with the same characters as those you are trying to get away from. Because you are concentrating on what these people or a people treat you rather than how you would have liked to be treated, you are attracting negativity.

With a negative mind acceptance of self and self power is seen as selfish or arrogant. A negative mind drives your thinking to no or little self worth; you think I do not believe I deserve mega success. You are convinced it has to be a struggle to manifest anything. You project success, happiness, joy and riches to other people by thinking they are more gifted or lucky and therefore you should not try.

Every day we are faced by so many choices, you make a choice depending on your beliefs, reality and dreams. These choices are limited by the way you think. A negative mind will evolve in your choices for years until you choose to change it. I always look at these choices as doors in front of me not knowing what is on the other side.  Getting in is always the easy part whether it is a positive or negative choice but exiting may take years. Using the power of your mind will determine how long you take to overcome any challenges in your life.

The subject of how our minds work is a huge one. There is a lot written on how to control a negative mind but often no emphasis is put on the causes. If you try to cure something without knowing its origins, you often get no where. As the saying goes ‘Prevention is better than cure’. Knowing the causes of a negative mind will no doubt make prevention the goal. To find these causes, often means facing up to yourself which can be challenging but rewarding.

A negative mind affects all aspects of a life and efforts should be made to take control or prevent it. In extreme circumstance it may lead to debilitating illnesses and suicide. There is a story on our free video of someone who thought themselves to death. Crikey! That’s not a joke! Find out more by visiting:

Writing on the subject is a hobby I took up recently after experiencing the effects of uncontrolled thoughts. I am still learning and I would love a lot of people to join me on this journey. Find me at:

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  1. May 21, 2010 4:25 pm

    thank you so much for these posts. I’ve been dealing with this inner struggle a lot lately and you were able to verbalize my thoughts and feelings better then i ever could have.

    I’ve always been dealing with negative thoughts and emotions and i think just recently i came to the breakthrough notion that the reason why i’ve always felt this way was that deep down inside i never felt “worthy” enough to have the wealth/success that i always dreamed of. I’m currently trying to change my mindset that I am worthy of it and to accept that notion. You will never achieve your goals/dreams if subconsciously you are always thinking you are not good enough.

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