27  Positive Thinking – Why Not Think “I Don’t Care?”

Welcome to the twenty-seventh of my 30 daily tips!

Do you ever think this? “Oh, no. I can feel the cold coming now. My sinuses are starting to clog, and my head is starting to ache.”

Instead of thinking the above, why not think “I don’t care.” Then, go about your business?

Your mind brings about these thoughts because of the stimuli that precede the various illnesses. When you feel that cold coming on, that twinge that says Arthritis is coming to your fingers, that feeling that says “I can’t afford anything”, (money is not an illness, but money stress does cause illness) decide right then that you don’t care.

I know that it stands against all your reasoning, to say “I don’t care” to something that you definitely care about, but if you care about something, you focus on it. You bring it about. If you “don’t care”, you allow it to leave, you let go of your “hold” on it.

Now, feel that cold coming on.

How does it feel? Do you feel like you know exactly what’s going to happen in the next few hours? Like your nose will be plugged, or your sinuses will start draining, or your head will start aching? Maybe even all of that and more?

Well, guess what?

If you don’t say “I don’t care”, you do care. You care about all of the above, and you are actually attracting it.

Hard to believe, isn’t it?

In other words, you are actually expecting a plugged nose, your sinuses to drain, and your head to ache, and more. Why? Because that’s what you are thinking. And when you think about something, you focus on it.

The more you focus on it (think about it), the more you encourage it to happen.  Because… Your brain is a magnet to what you are thinking about.

Now, try this: When you feel that cold coming on, say, “I don’t care.” Say it as often as you need to. And go about your business.

Do you notice anything? Maybe you didn’t even get your cold. Or maybe it was so slight, you barely noticed it.

I’m not saying you won’t get the cold.  I am saying you aren’t doing your part to attract the cold.

When it comes to illness and bad luck and lack and any other negativity in your life, practice saying “I don’t care,” and prepare for the good.

The more you think it, the more you say it, the more you attract it. Do you want what you are thinking, saying, and attracting in your life?

Start whispering to your brain, “I don’t care. I’m going to stay healthy/wealthy/wise”.

Good luck!

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

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This is your twenty-seventh of 30 daily tips to be healthy. I hope you enjoy them.

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