Positivity is a word that has come to the fore, not only projecting a can-do attitude but ‘infecting’ others with opportunities and confidence they never realised they could accomplish.
Positivity is a meaningful word, much used in articles, but I am merely presenting my belief in the hidden energy that is within us and how to illuminate a darkened space in our consciousness and subliminally hidden energy.
Being positive when everything seems to go wrong, is challenging, to say the least.
The more doubt entering the mind and heart makes optimism and positivity almost alien ideals.
To be honest, not every individual would be inwardly visited by such positive thoughts resulting in action.
However, negativity and being void of optimism can extend to a low level of as if slowly descending into a pit of darkness.
AND NOW SOME POSITIVITY!
Find a location of calmness away from the everyday stresses of depression and lack of confidence you are experiencing.
Positivity is best created when it is derived from your own heart, rather than relying on other individuals, however genuine they be.
Positivity is self-driven. Positivity comes from the heart. Identify the tiniest element of your life; focus on it. Reveal to yourself what is so good about it; dwell on it and find a link to another positive element. Gradually positivity will potentially advance. And don’t dwell on the past. Be forward-thinking.
You have achieved positivity.
Any negative thoughts or elements that visit will be dealt with optimistically as you have proved possible.
Positivity and optimism are infectious, projecting energy and empathy. You’ll make a difference as you are the difference.
A Beacon of Positivity
To begin, you’re own positivity knows no bounds. Being a close friend I know you have certain negative influences, but you practice what you preach. You seem to find beauty and positivity in your many pursuits, be it love of literature, history, the natural world or architecture. Your beliefs and values are translated into kind deeds to others, or causes, that either matter to individuals or communities, or calm your own fears or trepidation’s. This is an inspiring read and will resonate with many of us, yes including me. Thank you for this eloquently crafted essay.