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Transcript of Positive thinking
Think positively and get success in life
The benefits of positive emotion is longer than the good feelings you experience.
Science behind the power of thoughts.
How to reprogram your mind!
Spirituality is unique to each individual. Your “spirit” usually refers to the deepest part of you, the part that lets you make meaning of your world.
What negative thought do to your brain ?
How to practice positive thinking
Having good spiritual health means that you can reason through every problem you might face everyday.
Good performance can be disturbed by many things these days, such as negative thoughts, emotional stress etc. To keep the best performance of your spirit between all the obstacles, we need a time in the day to focus on ourselves .
In our busy lives, we do not have one hour to meditate to calm our spirit. Positive thinking is scientifically proven method that has improved many people's lives.
Researchers have known for long time that negative thoughts programs our brains to do specific actions.
When we encounter a tiger in the forest, our fear programs us to run for our life. There might be options like climbing tree or injuring the tiger but our fear makes us focus entirely on the tiger and other options irrelevant.
1) meditate - close your eyes and focus
2) write - print the positive thoughts on paper
3) play - explore and experiment.
Negative thoughts do the same thing to your brain
Positive emotions that we experienced while doing something, persuades us to build useful skills we need in life.
If you think math is boring and that you not smart enough to understand math, you will not be able to like math.
What to think to practice positive thinking?
Identify negative thinking
I've never done it before.
It's too complicated.
I don't have the resources.
I'm too lazy to get this done.
There's no way it will work.
It's too radical a change.
No one bothers to communicate with me.
I'm not going to get any better at this.
It's an opportunity to learn something new.
I'll tackle it from a different angle.
I wasn't able to fit it into my schedule, but I can re-examine some priorities.
I can try to make it work.
Let's take a chance.
I'll see if I can open the channels of communication.
I'll give it another try.
Think positively and motivate yourself to do good thing
How to deal with lots of work with out takings stress
when we see lots of work we take stress because we continuously thinking about having lots of work how to finish it at a short time and end up with uncomplete the work. Instead of taking stress we can do the following things:
First take a deep breath and relax
make a list of work that you are going to deal with
distribute work into different parts
then focus on a part and finish it
then start another one and complete the work and continue until finish all of them.
Don't fear failure:
when you fail on something you just think about negative things, like you can't do better job and you back off. sometimes you think you are a failure and cry all the time by think about the failure. But for a moment can you think positively, instead of cry can you think "failure is the piller of success" and find out your weakness behind the failure and work on this weakness to ger better on something.
Get out of your comfort zone:
Most time you think about your comfort when you start a new work. And you chose the comfortable work and afraid of taking challenging work because you think negatively about the challenging work. Instead of fearing, if you take a step for challenging work and think positively about it then then you can do the work with more coffident and you also can controll you fear about any new work.