Did you ever want a parking space nearby the mall entrance, but finally you ended at the beginning of the parking aera. I bet the thought:" I probably won't find a space nearby", crossed your mind several times.
So you got what you asked for. The word "won't" is a negative mind related thought. A so called negative affirmation. You probably experience more of these things in life. You would like a nicer house or car but for some reason things don't change. Let me explain how to mind works. Our mind is the most amazing hard drive you can imagine. There are billions of neural connections in it. Every time you think or see something your brain stores the event with sound, odor, feeling or other senses that you're not aware of. Sometimes when you hear a sound that event runs through your head again. The sound is called an anchor. Also smell is an anchor. Every time you experience that specific smell related with an event those thought comes in mind.
We can use those anchors in a positive way. We must realize that our mind doesn't recognize negative words similar like "not" . For example if you say : I will not be late". Your mind will registers: "I will be late". The result is that you will be just in time for your appointment.
Therefore the way to use our mind is by positive affirmation like: I will be on time, I have a parking space near the entrance . Believe me it works. Nine out of ten times I have a parking space close to the place where I must be. The times I don't have that spot is because I didn't think of needing a space at all or enough.
Positive thinking is like sports exercising. The more you repeat the better you become. Forget the negative thought or emotion that comes into your mind. Say: "Next" to each of those negative thoughts. Stay focused on what you want. Think in possibilities not in problems. Use positive affirmations like:
I feel more secure each day
I'm emotionally in balance
This is another perfect day for me.
I am an Acheiver
I am blessed
Start with positive thinking right now!
Be Belessed Family!