Your Secret Weapon

Engineer your thoughts to improve your health

Janice Tovey
6 min readOct 31


Photo by Rebe Pascual on Unsplash

Your Secret Weapon

Physical illnesses like chronic pain and frozen shoulder worsen with stress and negativity.

Certain thoughts trigger these chain reactions and have the power to tighten our muscles.

Memories can trigger negative and positive thoughts.

Bad memories, produce detrimental chemicals, good memories, good ones.

We can work to control our memories.

You know what to do!

When we are deciding on a certain course of action, different neural networks are in competition with one another. One wins and produces the desired effect,

Thoughts produce emotions which produce chemicals, which affect our health. There is research to support that being optimistic improves immunity and disease resistance. Conversely, negative, and depressed thinking relate to decreased immunity and poorer health.

It is important to remember that whenever you think a thought there is a linked chemical reaction in your body and mind.

This is where YOU come in!

This gives you great personal power.

If you believe that what you think can affect your health and how you feel, then you can improve your health by changing your thoughts.

WOW! Unbelievably, accepting this thought can give your health a boost.

You can start right now.

Start mediating and healing the damaging effects of negativity and fear with optimism, hope, and gratitude.

You do not need to take a pill.

What are you waiting for?

You possess a powerful weapon. By accepting this viewpoint, that your thoughts are physical entities in your brain, you can consciously alter your thinking and improve your health.

Like a conductor, controlling a symphony of wellness. Drown out the negative with good thoughts, sweet sounds, beautiful health.

The more you practice seeing the positive the better you feel emotionally and physically.



Janice Tovey

My passion is writing. I also love reading, teaching, animals, nature, music, and humor. I am curious about everything and enjoy writing about all things.