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Watch your Words Your words, like thoughts and emotions, have the power to change your experience and the world we live in. This applies to both the words we say out loud to others as well as self talk. If you tell yourself that you’re not a good person, you begin to manifest this reality. Fill your mind with positive words and this is how your life will unfold. Recognize the divinity in others.

Every person holds a light that can be passed and unseen if you categorize him/her as poor, not educated, slow minded, selfish…etc. When you see people in their divine light and perfection you help give them the strength they need to deal with their troubles. Remember that your perception creates your reality. Connect With nature We are a part of nature. It nurtures us and energizes us with its elements such as earth, air, water, and fire (sun). When in distress we disconnect from those nurturing elements and we fall sick.

Nature is a true healer, take the time to connect with the natural world around you. Connect With the Water element Water plays a big role in washing away your pain and the most simple water activity can have a healing effect such as showering, swimming, washing your face, standing in the rain. Imagine the negative energy flowing away from you and being transformed into light as you make your contact with the healing element of water.

Surround yourself With a protective Light If you feel someone is psychically or emotionally attacking you, imagine a protective light surrounding you. Some people think of a white energy field. Find a color that works for you. This will protect you from any harmful energy being sent your way. respond with Love You do not have to be the receiver of negative and toxic energy from others. You can return the energy you don’t wish to receive with love. Responding with love will prevent you from moving into attack position and creating more negative energy. It is only love that heals.

Source: Text by Sandra Ingerman, adapted from her book, “How to Heal Toxic Thoughts: Simple Tools for Personal Transformation”,

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