How To Stop Negative Thoughts

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How To Stop Negative Thoughts
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We all struggle with that negative voice in our head. Here are some tools to shut the little guy up ๐Ÿ˜‰

“It takes but one positive thought when given a chance to survive and thrive to overpower an entire army of negative thoughts.”
-Robert H. Schuller

Leave your comments! Would love to hear what you think ๐Ÿ™‚

31 thoughts on “How To Stop Negative Thoughts

  1. Milton Lang says:

    Another great video, I’ve actually had this same problem but through music
    and my love for recreational swimming I’ve found a way to redirect all my
    negative thoughts. Its comforting to know I’m not the only person who has
    this problem. I really like the content of your videos, it’s just address
    issues that we all face everyday but deny to talk about. Cant wait till the
    next vlog

  2. TheBitterIntrovert says:

    I, like you, also use the mindfulness techniques of focusing on breath and
    individual body parts to calm my thoughts down when they begin to become
    overwhelming… did it last night actually. Probably could stand to do it
    more often than I do.

    Feel free to be in goofy moods when you make a video; I like it ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Heinrich Metzger says:

    i dont stop the negative thoughts i channel these.. >: ] i playsome good
    half life 2 smod with flamethrower and burn every motherfuckers till rapi
    dexplosion of their internal contents. I would realy like to improve on
    this free to use but clsoed source mod but i dont got the source now.

  4. Heinrich Metzger says:

    but i do this now.. earlier i played these video games and it didnt work
    out well i got bored eventually so then i was angry while playing the game.

  5. Heinrich Metzger says:

    there maybe such that there are conversation thoughts in ones head (almost
    like someone else reply-ing). this can often not be the case so at any rate
    dont reply to thoughts. dont engage in conversation.. maybe with very
    crucial things. such as if they tell something u can verify yourself
    easily.. and if it is ok to converse.

  6. mlvlatina says:

    Your videos are my mini therapy sessions. Thank you. My mind’s station is
    on the hot soccer guy of World Cup 2014. Hope you feel better real soon.
    xxoo

  7. Fahad Al-Faris says:

    Hi confused girl
    1- the best way to beat negative thoughts .:-Surround yourself with
    positive people >>>>>>>like me >> ๐Ÿ™‚
    2- well, 1st thing ,,, you must change your name, I mean If you are
    confused , how can I believe and follow your instruction. >>>> honest
    opinion
    3- u look awesome today, nice italian shirt>>> ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Orion Xavier says:

    I think what we’re really talking about here are *aberrated* thoughts.
    Thoughts that are negative, that we believe are good, even though they make
    us feel bad.

    Such as you pointed out that comparing yourself to other people, is
    possibly rooted in a positive desire, even though it causes a negative
    emotion. The thoughts repeat themselves because they are rooted in that
    strong positive desire in something good about yourself. It’s not that
    negative comparison that is nagging you, but rather your desire to bring
    the underlying good thought and emotion to fruition.

    That’s a good example of how happiness and love should *not* be contingent
    on circumstances. We shouldn’t wait for the circumstances to be right, so
    that it will make us happy. We should feel joy and love from the start.
    Then, as the Law of Attraction dictates, good things *will* happen, that
    align with our consistent state of being.

    The meaning of life *is* happiness. Although as social beings, that
    translates into *love.* Love of yourself, of others. It’s the joy of
    *sharing* happiness. As The Beetles once sung, “Love, love. Love is all you
    need.”

    Joy and love also should not be measured. I think when you think and act
    with joy, you’ll find you don’t need a *lot* of happiness. That’s the
    problem I think with a lot of people, they need great heights of joy and
    love to “make up” for all the negative emotions and experiences in the
    interim.

    Except the truth is, when joy dictates your thoughts and actions, you’re
    not really paying attention to the negative, undesirable experiences. Which
    just goes to prove, that *everything contrary to happiness is irrelevant.*
    It just doesn’t matter.

    I think this is particularly appropriate as a work ethic. Whenever I do
    something, no matter how terrible the job, I do it with pride and I find a
    way to make it enjoyable. It’s the same principle behind how children
    “play”. They use their imagination, even when they have very little to work
    with. Because they have a very strong desire to be happy.

  9. Deborah Combee says:

    Hi just subscribed to your channel! I’m following you on Pintest and your
    following me as well. Love your channel, and thanks for the helpful tips!
    Look forward to watching more videos!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Edge0626 says:

    wow, this video has described my life since like 8th grade. this helped me
    a bit though thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. quantumtheo says:

    Thank you for the reminder… it’s so easy to fall away from the good
    things you said. These past couple weeks have been rough..

    I had this boss five years ago who saw how negative I could become and gave
    me one of the best pieces of advice. Learn to identify the negative thought
    at early as possible and then find something to give thanks for, like you
    said, to god, God, the universe, yourself.

    A couple years before that I learned about the phenomenon that when you
    complain (complaining being a major source of negative thinking) about
    someone else, you are almost certainly complaining about yourself. I saw
    two completely different tv shows, Huff and Stargate Atlantis, one in
    syndication, one brand new, talk about that idea in the same week…
    started paying attention to my complaints, and started seeing what I needed
    to change.

    Life’s weirdness is awesome. ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. Laurie Marinelli says:

    I practice Nichiren Buddhism even tho I am a Christian….what you say in
    your videos Buddha stated 2500 years ago. It’s amazing…you my dear are a
    boddhisattva of the earth, a little Buddha!

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