Breaking the Habit

“Talking about our problems is our greatest addiction. Break the habit. Talk about your joys.” By Rita Schiano

I really like this quote as it reminds us that we ought to talk about the joys, the blessings, in our life. This is what you and I desire to attract more of. You are aware of the importance of your words and your thoughts as they are the positive or the negative energy that you are sending out into the universe.

In my quiet time, I meditate on this very subject of not speaking negatively or allowing any negative thought to linger in my mind. This process, which has become a habit, has taken some time to develop, but honestly I am more at peace living this way than ever before!

I’ve adopted the T-H-I-N-K principle and before speaking I ask myself these questions:

T- Is it TRUE?

H- Is it HELPFUL?

I- Is it INSPIRING?

N- Is it NECESSARY?

K- Is it KIND?

It’s a very effective tool to include in your “tool box.”

I would like to encourage you, if you haven’t already done so, to use this principle in your daily life. It definitely has transformed me to a place where I choose to not talk about my problems, only my joys. It’s very cool because when you do this, you see the “problem” as an opportunity for growth and that too brings joy.

With much love,

Alice

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About I am Alice

If anyone would have asked me three years ago if I had ever considered writing books, I would have promptly answered, "No." Today, it is a very natural feeling to write. I suppose since I enjoy talking so much, and I mean a lot, it should not have surprised me! I love communicating through writing as I feel completely united with my soul and my thoughts flow, often times as well as tears as I am altogether emerged in that feeling, in that moment. Check out the "About Alice" page to find out why I titled this site, "I am Alice" and why, "It Feels Good To Be ME."
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