Declutter Your Mind — Peace Is Within!

Long Exposure

Among the people you’ve known for a long time, who is the person who’s changed the most over the years? Was the change for the better?

Response:

I am seeing a lot of bloggers not very happy with the blog today. I ended up reading a lot of blogs and noticed that many of my friends are in a confused state of mind. So I thought I will share some meditation tips with you all 🙂

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  • Can you stay without taking bath everyday? We use the best of soap to clean our body and wear the best of clothes to look good but do we ever care to clean our mind?
  • An average person generates 25000 to 50000 thoughts a day. Some of them are positive,some negative, some waste and so on.
  • Simply check the quality of your thoughts, delete the waste ones and try to cancel every negative thought with a suitable positive thought. Care for your mind, it’s your baby. Take out sometime to calm it.
  • Once you start, you will become habitual of paying attention to it at regular intervals, mind will start growing happy and healthy.
  • All it needs is a little attention and within a few days you will become habitual of deleting waste and creating positive thoughts
  • It’s true you can’t have positive life with negative thinking.
  • So my dear friends erase the past, waste, useless and negative. All you’ll experience is a harmony in relationship with yourself.
  • Beautiful mind makes world a better place to live in.
  • I don;t want to preach, I don’t want to teach. I am just opening up my mind with you as meditation is a mutual learning process. I would love to hear your views on this 🙂

Please appreciate what my fellow bloggers have posted as a response to the daily prompt for today:

Pints Of…Long Exposure

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2 thoughts on “Declutter Your Mind — Peace Is Within!

  1. Thank you. This post was timely, for me. I have needed to ‘spring clean’ for sometime now and have been putting it off. Sadly, the job just gets bigger and trickier. I need to meditate more regularly – thank you for the reminder. Namaste.

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