Positive Thought

I am free of any mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents me from being consistently happy


Make it natural & automatic to think this positive thought in 5 minutes or less. Learn more.

Why is this a positive thought?

This is a positive thought, because like all positive thoughts:

  • It helps you achieve something you want
  • It helps you feel better
  • It's useful and adds positive value to your life

The more you understand how & why it has this kind of an effect, the easier it is to accept this positive thought and start thinking it naturally!

Thinking more positively fast

The key to thinking a positive thought naturally and automatically is to know, without a doubt:

  • Why the thought benefits you in various ways (for the types of reasons listed above)
  • Why it makes sense to think the thought and accept it as valid (besides considerations of its positive effects)
  • That you want to think the thought and simply make it part of the way you think about things

Once you have all those pieces in place, you're ready to make choices that will easily and effectively help you make it natural and normal to think the positive thought.

Learn by doing

Right now, you're about to be walked through this entire process step-by-step, making it a piece of cake to start thinking this positive thought.

It's very simple: just learn, and then make choices. That's it.

Yes, it's really that easy.

Here's why it's in your best interest to do this.


Impact

When you think that you are free of any mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being consistently happy:

  • You naturally feel happier, stronger, and more capable
  • You are naturally more energized and motivated to take action to become happier, since you don't think there's anything stopping you from being consistently happy
  • So it's predictably much easier for you to become and remain consistently happy

Sensibility

Here's why it makes sense to think that you are free of any mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being consistently happy:

  • You have a functioning mind, and you are capable of improving your thinking so that you can become happier: so it doesn't make sense to see any mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being consistently happy
  • Indeed, even if you consistently feel 'bad', this is a clear sign that you have a functioning mind that can be improved, rather than than the sign of any disease, defect, or disorder
  • Strong recommendation: review how you can be happy that you don't have a mood disorder, to understand why it's beneficial and completely sensible for you to see yourself as free of any mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being a consistently happy person

Compare the value of this positive thought to the value of the following negative thought to appreciate the big difference your thinking makes.


Negative Thought

I have a mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents me from being consistently happy

When you think that you have a mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being consistently happy:

  • You naturally feel 'bad' about yourself and your capabilities, so you already feel worse instead of better
  • You have less (if any) energy and motivation to take action to become happier, due to thinking there is something in you that will prevent you from being consistently happy
  • You predictably struggle with 'bad' feelings and do not become consistently happy

Sensibility

Here's why it makes no sense to think that you have a mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being consistently happy:

  • This is an incredibly destructive view to adopt, so if you want to be happy, it makes absolutely no sense at all to view yourself this way
  • Indeed, considering how it's easy, valid, and completely acceptable to see yourself in a more constructive light, it makes no sense whatsoever to choose a negative view of yourself that harms you rather than helps you
  • Strongly recommended: review why you can be happy that you don't have a mood disorder to understand why it hurts you and doesnt make any sense to think that you have a mood disorder, disease, or defect that prevents you from being a consistently happy person

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