Is the water glass half, full, or half-empty? With this question, you can test whether you think positively or negatively. According to various studies, the majority of people tend to think negatively.
Thoughts influence our feelings and emotions more than we imagine. They can direct our lives in completely new directions.
Are you aware? Positive thoughts evoke positive feelings and can also influence our health in a positive way. It is proven that even diseases can be cured by positive thinking.
We get on average about 60,000 thoughts a day. Ninety-five percent of them are the ones that we already had the day before. The brain works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is in constant action and we cannot stop the flow of our thoughts.
But that does not mean that we, you and I, are at the mercy of the flow of thought. You can directly influence the quality of your thoughts, your own
thinking, and thus the quality of your life.
You have to look ahead to think positively. You must not be clinging to the past. Do not engage in negative ideas and thoughts.
As much as possible, avoid dealing with people who are pulling you down, influencing you negatively, and giving you a negative opinion.
Don’t get caught in a downward spiral of Negativity.
Smiling also has a great power to generate positive thoughts; and a smile is contagious.
Take problems as challenges. There is often something good in them. Approach them actively and with Initiative.
Positive thinking can have an enormous influence on joy and success!
As our brain also works at night, you should always go to bed with positive thoughts. This way you may have a useful thought for solving a problem the next morning.
Before you go to sleep, ask yourself the following questions: What was nice this day? What did I laugh about? What can I be grateful for?
Are you haunted by negative thoughts from time to time?
Then let them “go away” by thinking of two particularly happy moments in your life.
It is enough to do this for 15 to 20 seconds. It is important that you pay close attention
to the feelings of your experience at the time. This is best done with your eyes closed. Try it!
This little exercise has an extremely beneficial influence on your thoughts and ideas.
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