Positive Thinking: Positive Thoughts increase the Power of Positivity

‘Positive’, hearing this word gives you hope…

‘We’ win over ‘negative’ with ‘positive’ - Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan

If you want to take out air from a bottle, then you fill it with water. The air will automatically come out. In the same way, when positive thoughts and positivity is poured within you, negativity simultaneously evaporates.

Sometimes difficulties arrive in your life, but positive thinking and positive thoughts gives you the strength to face the situation, as well as remain unaffected. However, it is hard to stay positive when tragedy strikes. So, how do you prevent yourself from being drowned by your negative circumstances? Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan says, “Adopt one principle in life; always remain positive, never support negative. Whenever any negativity arises, remain silent.” 

Even using negative speech for anyone, creates negative vibrations. These vibrations not only affect us, causing us to lose our peace of mind, but also the peace of mind of the opposite person. If we see the other person’s positives and have positive thoughts, then we will experience peace and so will they.

In addition, Param Pujya Dadashri tells people that they should never say, “I cannot do…,” and go into self-negativity, because within them, they have infinite strength. I tell them to keep repeating the following: “I have infinite strength.” Through proper understanding and applying Param Pujya Dadashri’s Spiritual Science of Akram Vignan, we are able to know how to be positive, how to have positive thoughts and how to stay positive during difficult times, as well as achieve the ultimate state of bliss.

Spiritual Quotes on Positivity

  1. In this world, only the ‘positive’ will give you happiness; the ‘negative’ will give you nothing but a great deal of grief (dukh).
  2. If you are getting bad news since four-five days about your business and if you see a postman coming in then your mind will immediately show you that, ‘What news will be there today?’ What should you do there? You should remain positive that you will get good news today. If you open the letter and you see news about a serious loss calling for grieving (kaan) then you should leave it on a side. But you should keep a positive approach.
  3. Every matter in this world is to be taken in a positive way. If you turn towards the negative, you will go in the wrong direction and cause others to do the same.
  4. You have to see just one thing the “positive”. The world is the path of the positive and the  negative. Sooner or later, it will make the negative into positive. So why not make it positive right from the start?
  5. Instead of wasting so much time trying to break the negative, why not automatically join the positive right away? waste time in trying to push away bad deeds (bad karmas)?
  6. There are only two things, ‘positive’ and ‘negative’. If you remain negative, whom would nature help? We should not have ‘negative’ in our dictionary.
  7. ‘We’ win over ‘negative’ with ‘positive’.
  8. There is tremendous energy in the word ‘yes’ and tremendous weakness in the word ‘no’.
  9. The world is stuck because of the word ‘no’.
  10. Those who say ‘no’ are on the side of the pudgal (the worldly self) and those who say ‘yes’ are on the side of moksha (ultimate liberation).
  11. Satsang means the coming together (yog) of the eternal (sat); it is the coming together of good things, of positive things. And the coming together of negative things causes misery.
  12. One who speaks ‘completely’ negative creates karmic obstructions (antray) and ‘positive’ does not create any obstruction (antray).
  13. Always speak in a positive manner because there is a Soul within the person you are talking to. When something positive happens, it is wrong to say anything negative about it. All these problems arise because one states the negative in that which is positive. And whenever you say, “No harm done,” the instant you say this, tremendous changes take place from within. So always speak positively.

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