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10 Ways To Attract Positive Energy August 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Gratitude, Health & Wellness, Life Balance, Mindfulness.
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We are magnets.  When we emit positive energy (thoughts, feelings, and vibrations), we attract more positives to us.

Bueno!  Life, she is good!

Mangia!  Mangia!

When we dwell on the negatives, we attract negatives ~ sapping our energy and strength in the process.

If you’re tired of living under a perpetual rain cloud, keep reading! 

Yes, Eeyore, you too!

If we want to attract heath, wellness, and vitality to ourselves, we must stop circulating (and re-circulating) toxic, negative thoughts and feelings.

Here are 10 Ways to Attract Positive Energy into your life, while boosting your immune system, curing dis-ease, and counter-balancing daily stress:

1.  Love and accept yourself as you are right now.  Start a list to remind yourself of all your wonderful qualities.  Add to it every day.

E.g.,  I am the most positive person I know.

2.  Free yourself from past resentments and disappointments about who you were yesterday.  Stop engaging in self-blame and guilt for past acts and omissions.  Today is the first day of the rest of your life.  Revel in it.

As Scrooge announced on Christmas morn, “I am not the man I was!”

3.  Let go of any and all resentment you’re hanging onto about everyone and everything else.  Stop looking for reasons to criticize and blame others for their acts and omissions.  Let go of your desire to control others.

The past is gone.  It is what it is, and cannot be changed.  Let it go. 

4.  Stop giving your power away.  Use your time, energy, and vitality wisely.  Every time you choose to focus on a negative, you are depleting your reserves rather than re-charging your batteries.

Focus on circulating and re-circulating positive, life-affirming ideas. 

5.  Use creative visualization and your imagination to your advantage, not your detriment.  Instead of picturing worst case scenarios, see things as you want them to be.  Visualize yourself doing things in a state of perfect health.

Visualize ideal outcomes and happy endings, not dire consequences.

 6.  Do not speak of your illness, or dis-ease with others.  The more attention you place on what you don’t want in your life, the more energy it absorbs.   Remove your attention from your dis-ease.  Put your focus and attention on the things in your life that make you feel good.

Starve your illness and dis-ease by refusing to dwell on them.

7.  Love is the antidote to fear.  If you appreciate the many blessings in your life, and express gratitude for anything and everything, you begin to flow in  a healing bath (rather than languishing in toxins).  Develop an attitude of gratitude by making a list of all the things you are grateful for, including  increased health and vitality.

Be grateful for the health and well-being coming your way.

8.  Recognize that you have the power to heal yourself.  That healing power flows from the thoughts you think.  Allow positive thoughts to circulate, eliminating stress and boosting your immune system.

There is no such thing as incurable.  Miracles abound.

9.  Be happy.  Appreciate this moment.  Resist nothing.  Love yourself and others.  Be  grateful for small blessings.  Make happiness your number one  priority.  When you remain positive, you summon well-being, and vanquish  illness and dis-ease.

When we exist in a state of happiness, we boost our immune systems and allow our bodies to use energy reserves for healing.  

10.  Laugh!  Laugh again!  Watch funny movies and recall memories that make you laugh.  Once you access the joy within, let it expand to fill your entire being, crowding out illness and dis-ease.

Laugh your way back to health.

These strategies work, but you must remember to apply them in your life.  Not once, not twice . . . EVERY DAY!

They won’t work if you give up, collapse into a heap, revert back to your previous negativity, while whining, It’s too hard.

Of course it’s hard.  But it’s worth it . . . after all, your health, vitality, and freedom are at stake.

Master your thoughts, master your life.

Aah . . . that’s better!

Related posts:  Can You Change Reality? * Grateful (Kate Shrewsday) * Tigger or Eeyore . . . It’s Your Call * Only If . . . Je Voudrais  Voler *  Self-Fulfilling Prophesies * Creative Visualization * Silence the Inner Critic * To Dream The Impossible Dream

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1. Agatha82 - August 28, 2010

Great advice and very true :-)

nrhatch - August 28, 2010

I wonder how much illness and dis-ease would we eliminate if we learned to tame our worry by transforming it into wonder.

2. Tammy McLeod - August 28, 2010

Great post Nancy – very Victor Frankl. As for #6 – don’t even ever call it “yours”. Thanks for a good list to think about.

nrhatch - August 28, 2010

Good point, Tammy . . . {{GET OUT!!!}}

I’ve heard of Victor Frankl, but can’t place the name. I’ll give him a quick google.

Norman Cousins laughed himself well after being diagnosed with a fatal illness with a short life expectancy. Since then, several authors I’ve read (including Peter McWilliams and Deepak Chopra) have addressed:

(1) the body’s ability to heal itself, and
(2) the inability of disease to co-exist with positive thoughts and energy.

When we laugh and smile, we crowd out our illness. (And, even if we don’t, we feel better.)

ceceliafutch - September 21, 2011

Viktor Frankl ~ amazing person, wrote Man’s Search for Meaning, that has been a guide to me ever since I first laid hands on the book. His story and his ilfe’s work is inspirational, to say the least. Hope you get a copy to read. Well worth it. For me, it was life-changing.

nrhatch - September 21, 2011

I have read up on his inspirational story. Amazing man!

Thanks, Cecelia.

Pocket Perspectives - October 24, 2011

Victor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning…one of the most important and special books I’ve ever read…remarkable book and a remarkable man. I know someone who bought a case of that book and has been giving them away to people for years.

nrhatch - October 24, 2011

I did something like that with “Simplify Your Life” . . . I bought a big stack and gave a copy to everyone on my Holiday list that year. :D

3. cindy - August 29, 2010

Number 4 is the best on the list!
Thanks :)

nrhatch - August 29, 2010

I tend to agree. Especially in conjunction with #9 and #10.

Chasing negatives with positives. Aah …

4. Tokeloshe - February 17, 2011

Another great post!

I like to think I’m lucky ;-)

I haven’t won the lottery yet, but then I have never bought a ticket ;-)

nrhatch - February 17, 2011

Thanks, Tokeloshe.

When we focus on the positives (instead of dwelling on the negatives), life always seems a bit brighter.

5. Jackie Paulson Author - May 12, 2011

Outstanding post. Take away our worry and yes I agree Illnesses can be cured.

nrhatch - May 12, 2011

Thanks, Jackie. Much of our suffering is self-created by the negative thoughts we think.

6. Piglet in Portugal - June 7, 2011

Excellent! Nearly a week spent with my Mother (sapper)and she has sapped my energy. Why? because I let her. I am going to print this off and pin one copy on my noticeboard and send a copy to her!

Cheers
PiP

nrhatch - June 7, 2011

Good for you! I’m glad that you realized the benefits of recharging with scones and devon cream. :D

Piglet in Portugal - June 7, 2011

Now I need to convert those postive thoughts to motivate myself to lose all the extra weight I put on! :)

nrhatch - June 7, 2011

Walk a little more. Eat a little less.
And, above all, take time to de-stress.

Being stressed produces adrenaline with causes us to secrete “cortisol” which adds to abdominal fat.

http://www.howtobefit.com/cortisol-stress-body-fat.htm

7. ceceliafutch - September 21, 2011

Great list. good to be reminded from time to time.

nrhatch - September 21, 2011

None of us know whether our journey is nearing the end. It pays to make the most of THIS moment.

If we are OK right now . . . we are OK.

8. You Were Born To Succeed - October 1, 2011

These 10 steps are so true and so simple many are deceived by thinking they are too simple and don’t even try them. But fortunate are those of us who give them a try – not easy at first, but when they become habits the payoff is continuous. Great post, Nancy.

nrhatch - October 1, 2011

It’s hard work . . . but it gets easier.
At times, we backslide . . . but we get up faster each time.

And it is SO worth it!

9. hugmamma - October 11, 2011

deflecting others’ negativity is another “must do”… ;)

nrhatch - October 11, 2011

I think I’m going to get a button to wear ~ NO Negative Energy Drains Allowed. :D

10. Jackie Paulson (Author) - October 25, 2011

As Scrooge announced on Christmas morn, “I am not the man I was!” I love this one because as I got older I want to be a scrooge but it makes no sense. When I had my daughter in the house, I had so many great memories..and when she is not around it is harder to decorate and celebrate. Thanks.

nrhatch - October 25, 2011

Like the Grinch, Scrooge’s heart grew 2-sizes that day! :D

Jackie Paulson (Author) - October 26, 2011

:) loved that comment thanks.

11. Rick DeLancey - February 8, 2012

Great post and good advice! I would simply like to add that doing good things no matter how small has as much of a positive impact on your state of mind as thinking good things does.

nrhatch - February 15, 2012

Doing good makes us feel good. :D

12. Paula Tohline Calhoun - February 15, 2012

Dr. Bernie Siegel’s book “Love, Medicine, and Miracles” has been a book that I have lived by in many ways for many years. In it is a statement that has influenced me greatly: “There is no such thing as false hope. There is only false hopelessness.” Says it all, doesn’t it?

nrhatch - February 15, 2012

I see what he means, but . . . I’ve seen many people drown in unrealistic expectations (i.e., false hope) because they are completely out of touch with reality.

They hope to get good grades . . . without studying. They hope to lose weight without proper diet and exercise. They hope that others will change so they won’t have to. Etc.

We need to live life with EYES wide open. :shock:

Paula Tohline Calhoun - February 15, 2012

Yes you are right, however, I separate “Hope” (TRUE hope) from “wishes,” or pie-in-the sky dreaming. Hope comes from faith (in whatever you choose to have faith, and involves follow-through with commitment to that for which you have hoped. I don’t believe that it ever disappoints. Wonderful scripture definition of Faith (of which hope is a part) –
“Now faith is the promise of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”

Real hope changes your perspective and the way you view whatever happens in your life (good or not-so-good).

nrhatch - February 15, 2012

I “hope” you’re right. ;)

Paula Tohline Calhoun - February 16, 2012

Well then – I know I’m right, and your hope will mean that you do/will too! :wink:

nrhatch - February 16, 2012

:D

13. jennifer - May 13, 2012

Positive thinking should most definitely be a way of life. I am a firm believer that we attract what we send out. If you emit love & positive thoughts, then all of that will travel around & eventually return & enrich your own life. Being happy & sending love spreading love around is much better than the alternative. I love you all & may I say Thank You Universe for all the goodness that has been sent my way. I am very grateful for all the blessings I have received & am thankful for each & every moment I am blessed with. Once again,Thank You Universe & much love to everyone on this beautiful planet. Also,thank you for putting this list together-it was very inspiring. :)

nrhatch - May 13, 2012

Thanks, Jennifer. Your comment is exactly what I needed to read right now! Sending positive energy your way. :D

14. Zen and Genki - June 1, 2012

Excellent points, all!

nrhatch - June 1, 2012

Thanks, Z&G!

15. Bernard - August 7, 2012

Came across your article and made me feel that ive been attracting too much negative energy by my thinking, i will try to practice what i have lernt. Thank you.

nrhatch - August 7, 2012

Good luck . . . changing habitual thinking gets easier with practice. We learn best by applying what we’ve learned until it becomes our new habit.

16. dearrosie - October 6, 2012

Nice to read something encouraging and positive like this. I agree with Cindy re the importance of #4

nrhatch - October 6, 2012

This post is a favorite for lots of visitors to SLTW. It usually gets the most views every day.

17. Perpetua - October 27, 2012

Multo gracias. It’s always good to be reminded. Therefore, when clouds get in the way, I’ll just log in to this article.

nrhatch - October 27, 2012

The sun is always shining . . . somewhere. :cool:

18. sweetdaysundertheoaks - November 8, 2012

Nancy when I saw this title in my inbox I could hardly wait to click over here! I have set this post to my favorites so I can read it every dang day. I am going to write it down or print it off and put it some place in the house where I can read it when I need it!

sweetdaysundertheoaks - November 8, 2012

Nancy! I truly was suppose to find this post this morning.. :) I got all befuddled. I thought I had clicked on this from email but as I read your first post here that was in my inbox I looked on your sidebar as I usually do for your next recent posts BUT I looked at Top Posts by mistake instead of Recent Words of Wisdom! I was suppose to see this TODAY! Serendipity.. :) I learned about that here too!!

nrhatch - November 8, 2012

Yay! I love it when the Universe points us in the right direction at the right time so we find something that resonates with us in just the right way. :D

This posts garners lots of traffic every day. We can all use a bit more positive energy, eh?

sweetdaysundertheoaks - November 8, 2012

Absoulutely!

19. Karen J - November 11, 2012

I just had an all-day-sucker’s worth of proof of this – :) :) :)

nrhatch - November 11, 2012

Awesome! Nothing like being inspired with positive energy . . . it’s like HELIUM lifting us off the ground so we can float. :D

20. Tom (Aquatom1968) - November 11, 2012

This is a fine list, Nancy, and so very true!

nrhatch - November 11, 2012

Thanks, Tom. I never expected this post to be such a favorite . . . but I think it resonates with lots of readers.

It’s always good to have a reminder to focus on what we can change, rather than what is outside our control. And then we sometimes find that more was in our control than we ever suspected.

21. sufilight - November 11, 2012

Well, today is goosebump day. :D You added everything that is of value when it comes to self healing. I like how you emphazise that yes, it’s hard to stick to changes, but it’s worth as it’s our health.

I have seen blogs now and then that are exclusively for the purpose of talking about the writer’s illness and I say to myself, that’s keeping it in place.

nrhatch - November 11, 2012

I know, right? I want to scream and say, “Stop owning your dis-ease. Focus on what you like about your life and maybe the disease will drift away out of boredom.”

22. 2e0mca - November 15, 2012

Not sure the first few lines obey the laws of physics ;-) But I love the ten commandments that follow :-)

Karen J - November 15, 2012

Metaphor, my friend! Metaphor!
~ Physics’ got nuttin’ ta do wit’ it! :cool:

nrhatch - November 15, 2012

Not physics -> quantum physics! :mrgreen:

The best way to test scientific hypotheses is to set up a controlled experiment, in a sterile lab, with petri dishes and white lab coats. And goggles to protect your eyes. :shock:

No lab, no problem. Go to the grocery store. Frown. Frown as big as you can. Think dark thoughts. :cry:

Attracting any positive people with that energy shield? Nope.

Now . . . S~M~I~L~E! :mrgreen: Wander around the same store and see what happens once you start sending out positive vibes in all directions.

Oh, look, here come some nice scientists wearing white lab coats. What’s that they’re carrying? A straight-jacket? I wonder who that’s for . . .

“No. No. I’m not crazy . . . I’m just conducting an experiment.”

You might also be interested in this post:

http://nrhatch.wordpress.com/2010/03/05/good-vibrations/

Karen J - November 15, 2012

Whoo! So True… thank you for some Glow, this morning, Nancy!

23. Karen J - November 15, 2012

Tee!Hee!Hee! and Giggle, some, too! :)

nrhatch - November 15, 2012

Thanks, Karen! Sometimes when we S~M~I~L~E . . . people wonder what we’ve been up to. :mrgreen:

24. Dora Villanueva - March 8, 2013

We truly are energy….. Please watch this link….. We had the most amazing paranormal encounter on the Queen Mary…. We were able to capture mind boggling video of interaction with light energies. I have never seen such compelling proof!!!!! http://youtu.be/63FW7f-ywrw.

25. sylphesylphe - April 6, 2013

Lovely post. Just what I needed to hear and when I needed to hear it. Just to be sure, does this work for mental health as well. I searched The Secret from cover to cover looking for specific examples of mental illnesses improving using the principles. Was disapointed and doubtful when I didn’t find any.

nrhatch - April 6, 2013

I don’t know whether The Secret can cure mental illness, but applying these techniques will make you happier . . . even if NOTHING else changes. :D

26. Nancy Curteman - April 22, 2013

I really enjoyed this post. So many great but easy strategies for enriching one’s life.

nrhatch - April 22, 2013

Thanks, Nancy. This is THE most popular post on SLTW ~ it’s been viewed more than any other post . . . including the 3 posts that were Freshly Pressed.

And that pleases me . . . because applying one or more of these strategies is apt to make life a bit brighter. :idea:

27. Nancy Curteman - May 2, 2013

I wanted to add that I use visualization and it has always worked for me along with gratitude for even the simplest things, e.g. running water.
Congratulations on the popularity of your post. I can certainly see why.

nrhatch - May 2, 2013

It’s easy to overlook all the good stuff, like running water, but when we really NOTICE it . . . we feel BETTER!

Things like the After Camping Shower. So much better! :D

28. flyinggma - May 17, 2013

Love surrounding myself with positive people, makes the day go so much better :)!

nrhatch - May 17, 2013

Yes . . . much more better. ;)

29. Karen J - May 17, 2013

Yes, flyinggma!
And I find that *expecting* everyone I meet to BE one of those positive people, makes it so much more likely to be true.

Bright Blessings ~

nrhatch - May 17, 2013

Good point, Karen. We often find our thoughts to be self-fulfilling prophecies.

30. True - June 2, 2013

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL AND WILL CHANGE MY LIFE!

nrhatch - June 2, 2013

Cool! Glad you enjoyed.

31. m. eelio - June 21, 2013

I really needed this. I am in a tough situation, many things happened and are happening at the same time, and all I have been doing is to spiral down into an abysm. I have to learn how to forgive myself and also to let the past go. It is perhaps the hardest thing for me to do a the moment. I guess with constant practice I can overcome this. If you have anything else to recommend, let me know!

nrhatch - June 21, 2013

Good luck. You can find more ideas by using the category keys ~ mindfulness, happiness, gratitude, spirit/ego, etc. Have fun looking around.

And keep practicing.

32. m. eelio - June 24, 2013

Reblogged this on Captain Almeja and commented:
It is hard for me to re-blog anything as I consider my blog “my” blog. However, this post which I already have read twice and has become a simple guide to follow, will also be posted on my office wall by tomorrow, is too good not to be shared with my followers and those I care about. Spend 5 minutes reading it and see why I loved t so much.

nrhatch - June 24, 2013

Thanks, m! Glad it resonates with you.

I started a blog to gather all this good stuff in one place (a searchable database) and to free up space on my fridge. :mrgreen:

m. eelio - June 24, 2013

You are welcome. Change had to start somewhere for me. I am happy to have found this post.

nrhatch - June 24, 2013

On my own journey, I found the view much brighter when I wasn’t collapsed in a heap at the bottom of the mountain I was trying to climb.

Best of luck!

33. Nancy Curteman - June 30, 2013

I would add a number 11. Everyday review a mental list of all the good things in your life, everything from inside plumbing to ability to travel around the world.

nrhatch - June 30, 2013

An attitude of gratitude is definitely a mood booster. Going up!

34. Eric Tonningsen - August 9, 2013

Love #’s 1, 5 & 6. Sage wisdom. I eat and preach this stuff, to the point where people sometimes think I’ve been licking postage stamps.

nrhatch - August 9, 2013

Hahaha! Licking postage stamps . . . or hanging out with hookah smoking caterpillars and psychedelic froggies! :mrgreen:

Applying this information habitually allows it to become the “new normal” so we can change from “who we are” to “who we want to be.”

35. Three Well Beings - August 11, 2013

This is the perfect compendium! I particularly like the idea of not looking back! That never ends well! :-) This is a fantastic list of all the best, Nancy!

nrhatch - August 11, 2013

Thanks, Debra. If we practice these 10 things every day, our net happiness is apt to increase. :mrgreen:

36. Nancy Curteman - August 18, 2013

I needed this pep talk today. :)

nrhatch - August 18, 2013

I’m glad it fit the bill. Good luck with the TV appearance, NC.

37. Three Well Beings - September 11, 2013

I just read this again today…I needed it again! LOL! Seriously excellent!

nrhatch - September 11, 2013

Yay! This continues to be my most popular post . . . even more so than posts which have been Freshly Pressed.

We all benefit from a dose of “positivity.”

38. misskho - September 29, 2013

OMG! This post is sooo amazing! I thank you so much for sharing! This is just what I needed to read! If you have the time, you can check out my latest post regarding that we should all express gratitude. Your post on the other hand makes me strongly believe in the power of positive thinking to a whole new level! You’re the best! :)

K

nrhatch - September 29, 2013

Glad you enjoyed, K! An attitude of gratitude is a great asset to have in life.

Attitude, not Aptitude, determines Altitude!

39. Robyn Ruth Thomas - December 7, 2013

This is such a refreshing read. Thank you for sharing.

nrhatch - December 7, 2013

Thanks, Robyn. This post seems to be a favorite of many. Positive Energy does us good. :D

40. Carl D'Agostino - December 27, 2013

2 and 3 are so hard as they leave permanent imprint. For myself, growth is in that I seldom obsess anymore. I try to apply 8 and that helps. I don’t know if it is good or bad, I suppose good, is that ageing has clouded my memory somewhat and often can’t remember with what or whom I should be pissed off and resentful.

nrhatch - December 27, 2013

Yup. It’s hard . . . but it’s worth it. After all, YOUR FREEDOM is at stake.

When we have conquered the enemy within, there are no enemies left to conquer.

41. librarylady - January 30, 2014

Hi, I saw this on your top clicks and I can see why. I copied and will print it to keep. I would actually like to reblog this on mine would you mind?

nrhatch - January 30, 2014

Glad you enjoyed and I’m happy to have you reblog it. Thanks for asking. :D

42. librarylady - February 12, 2014
43. 10 Ways To Attract Positive Energy | The Library Lady and Rosie Bear - February 12, 2014

[…] Originally posted on Spirit Lights The Way: […]

44. librarylady - February 12, 2014

I’m not sure I did this right. It says you reblogged this on Library Lady and I wanted it to say this was reblogged by the Library Lady. I went into the article and clicked Reblog. Was that right? Anyway, I meant well.

nrhatch - February 12, 2014

It looks right to me, Rosie. Thanks for sharing!

45. Let's CUT the Crap! - February 12, 2014

This is the third time today, this subject has come up. Boy am I on a positive wave today.
Tess :-D

nrhatch - February 12, 2014

That’s great, Tess! Here’s to an extra dose of positivity. :D

Let's CUT the Crap! - February 13, 2014

Can’t hurt and doesn’t. :-D

46. courtney - February 12, 2014

Such a relief and blessing to read this 😊💜

nrhatch - February 12, 2014

Glad it resonated with you, Courtney. Enjoy!

47. bikerchick57 - February 12, 2014

#1 is the most important one, a lesson that is a hard one to learn. It’s easier to tell ourselves how bad we are rather than focus on our wonderful person. Great post!

nrhatch - February 12, 2014

Thanks, Mary. When we accept ourselves as we are, it’s easier to accept others as they are. Sometimes a slight shift in perspective works wonders.

48. nancycurteman - February 28, 2014

Every day I do a litany of things for which I’m thankful.

nrhatch - February 28, 2014

Gratitude is a good “habit.”

49. Erika W - March 22, 2014

This was beautiful. And so very true. And honestly, your comment of turning worry into wonder… that was SO powerful! It will be something I genuinely think of the next time I’m “worried”

nrhatch - March 22, 2014

Thanks, Erica. For those of us who gravitate to “worst case scenarios” with ease . . . using our imaginations to envision “best case scenarios” is a great way to turn the tables.

I saw your post about lamb shearing and getting vet antibiotics. Do you follow A Kitchen’s Garden? Cecelia is a farmer on a small farm with lots of animals.

Here’s a link:

http://thekitchensgarden.com/

50. janet - June 23, 2014

These are great tips for your life! I’ve found that even when you remove toxic people from your life you still have to work really hard to erase the tapes they leave behind in your head. Making new good memories and replacing those with the bad helps as every new success builds you up again. It is hard though and tempting to give in at times. But I do believe the more you stay positive and stay on the good side of life the more positive behaviour and love you attract . I like to tell myself when in doubt my imantra is NO FEAR!!! As I think fear is one of the most destructive emotions along with sadness.

nrhatch - June 23, 2014

Best of luck as you erase the tapes that aren’t serving you.

51. Kathy @ SMART Living 365.com - August 17, 2014

Hi NR! I can see why this is one of your popular posts. Such great information that I/we all need to read over and over again. I have been studying this for YEARS and I still need constant reminders. Thank you! ~Kathy

nrhatch - August 17, 2014

Same here, Kathy. One reason I write some of the posts I share. is so that I can find handy reminders when I need them.

I’m convinced that applying these techniques will make us happier . . . even if NOTHING else changes.


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