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Thinking positive - ALWAYS

We all know how positive thinking can define our emotions and reactions. But today I am going to share how positivity can not only improve me but also others around me.

If I tell you that we walk around with a vibration circle around us, wherever we go this circle goes with us. Would you believe me? I guess not. How many times has this happened that you have met someone and within seconds you get a feeling that this is person is not good or may be that you don't like him/her. Similarly, How many times have you met someone and you immediately felt a bond with that person and felt connected? How does this work?

How come you know this person is good or bad without even interacting for more than an hour?

Well, the answer is simple. It is that vibration circle we talked about. Based on our emotional and mental strength, ways of thinking and thought process we create this aura around us. This aura is what you feel in others when you meet them. If you are depressed or angry all the time, people can feel that in your aura without even talking to you. In this article, I want to help you understand your aura and how can you improve it.

The most proven way to cleanse your aura and mind is to think positive. We are creatures of habit. Whenever we come across some situation, we tend to go on the dark side. Not share this with our friends and families. Thus end up going down the rabbit hole. Positivity is one of the most under rated and misused tool in our generation today. Positive thinking doesn't mean that you keep your head

in the sand and ignore life's less pleasant situations instead it just means that you approach unpleasantness in a more positive and productive way.

If you are still not convinced with the aura theory, then here are some benefits of positive thinking

  • Increased life span

  • Prolonged Happiness

  • Lower rates of depression and distress

  • Greater resistance to the common cold

  • Better psychological and physical well-being

  • Better cardiovascular health & Reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease

  • Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress.

Thus, Let's