It’s the thought that counts, literally.
Whatever we think about has power over us, be it positive or negative. The truth is, we can opt to switch our thoughts in a way that would actually benefit our well being. How? Do not dwell on the negative. It is easier said than done, I must admit, especially, most especially, if you are not the one in a bad situation.
Of course, it is but normal to have unlikely thoughts in some instances because it is our nature but the point is, we should not let it overrule us. We are still in control of our mind and our actions.
What can you do? Learn to look at things differently. Renew your mindset and your outlook on life would be renewed, too, resulting to a newly improved you!
If we think positively, there is no room for bad thoughts, and we would end up better individuals, not to mention happier and with a greater sense of purpose as we continue to roam the earth, albeit in different directions.
Keep reading below. We are sure you will be as mind-blown! You may also want to let us know your thoughts in the comment section.
The Science of Positive Thinking: How Positive Thoughts Build Your Skills, Boost Your Health, and Improve Your Work
Positive thinking sounds useful on the surface.
…Positive thoughts can actually create real value in your life and help you build skills that last much longer than a smile.
What Negative Thoughts Do to Your Brain
Researchers have long known that negative emotions program your brain to do a specific action.
How Positive Thinking Builds Your Skill Set
The benefits of positive emotions don’t stop after a few minutes of good feelings subside.
How to Increase Positive Thinking in Your Life
That said, here are three ideas for you to consider…
Happiness vs. Success (Which Comes First?)
There’s no doubt that happiness is the result of achievement. Winning a championship, landing a better job, finding someone you love — these things will bring joy and contentment to your life. But so often, we wrongly assume that this means happiness
To put it simply: Seek joy, play often, and pursue adventure. Your brain will do the rest.
–by James Clear
To read the full article, please go to Huffington Post.