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How To Remove Negative Thoughts

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How To Remove Negative Thoughts

As I was on my morning walk this beautiful, wonderful day, I was reminded by the garbage cans on the street that today is garbage day. In my neighborhood, they pick up the garbage on Wednesday and Saturday morning. I never put my cans out on Wednesday simply because we don’t accumulate enough garbage.

This got me thinking that garbage day is a metaphor for our lives. We have so much negative garbage in our minds that we need to put it in a can, take it to the streets, and let somebody take it away. Most of my neighbors have so much garbage that they have to put out two cans twice a week. If you have negative thoughts, you need to be taking it out to the street every day. Just like real garbage, I have very little negative which is why I don’t have to take it out to the street very often.

Toss Negative Thoughts In The Can

I have replaced all my garbage with positive thoughts. If I have negative thoughts, or the Doubt Demons creep in, then I immediately throw it in the garbage and take it to the streets. If I run into a negative person while I’m out and about, I immediately toss what they’re saying in the garbage and replace it with positive thoughts.

You can play a little game with this and every time you have something negative in your life walk to the garbage can, lift up the lid, and toss the negative into your garbage can. Begin thinking positive thoughts and on garbage day, roll your can to the street and your negative will be taken away with your actual garbage.

You Deserve It All

Everything in life can be yours. You are one-of-a-kind and can and will be whatever you desire to become.  The reason you don’t believe that you have it right now is because of the words you’re saying and the thoughts that are in your mind. In order to change, you have to look inside you. You have to look at the person who’s looking back at you in the mirror and say I deserve everything I’m asking for.

This can all be explained by the Law of Attraction. You have something to give to the world and if you’re not happy, then you can’t give out that gift. A great exercise is to write down the things you do on a daily basis. These are your habits and habits can be changed. Write down what time you get up in the morning and what you do all throughout the day. Write down the good and the bad, all the way up until you go to bed. The next day read your list.


These are all the things that got you to the point you are at today. If you’re not happy with that person or where you are in life, then you have to change some or maybe all of your habits. If you’re doing the same things over and over and over, you cannot expect different results. To be the person you deserve to be, change the person you are.

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39 thoughts on “How To Remove Negative Thoughts

      1. I summarize the podcast for SEO purposes but I think most people read instead of listen. I appreciate your kind comment. I hesitated doing a podcast because I always hated my voice. It is good to know everyone isn’t cringing listening to me. 😆

  1. Great post, yes to putting those thoughts in the bin. And two days a week for garbage is interesting to me, we have always had just one for the actual garbage.

  2. I have realised over the years that if you are unhappy with your life or yourself instead of wallowing in self pity you need to make changes and work towards the life you want.

    1. Pooja, thank you for listening. You have done well and will accomplish many great things in life. I agree you have to be happy with yourself. Once you attain that happiness, everything opens up to you to achieve the life you desire. Take care.

  3. This so very uplifting. I love the simplicity with which you have made your rather strong point. Like every other evil, negative thoughts are equally damaging. I like the trash ’em attitude. Guess I gotta do just that!

      1. My absolute pleasure friend. I was so back with my reading. Guess I’m catching up. Everything is wonderful here. I hope everything’s well with you up there. Cheers.

  4. I love this metaphor. Having a physical action to help rid ourselves of negative thoughts an emotions is a powerful tool. Until hearing your podcast I had not thought about making this something I do every week (sometimes more than once a week!)

    Write down everything I do on a particular day, this is also a powerful thing to do. How much time am I spending doing unnecessary things? (Scrolling through social media, watching television for hours, playing video games for too long.) What do I do before I go to work? How do I spend my time at work? Where do I go after work? How do I transition between these tasks? Since the end of last year I have been writing myself a to-do list at night for the next day, and then assess how well I’ve done at the end of the day. Focussing on what I’m doing it while I’m doing it will help me become more accountable.

    Reframing how we think about something I have only really started doing this year. I particularly like your encouragement to make statements filled with positivity rather than negativity, like the word ‘debt’.

    Thank you for filling your blog with pragmatic action to take. It’s up to me to put in the hard work and make it happen. Peace.

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