11 proven ways to think positively

1. The power of loving relationships . Think of those you love throughout the day. Practice positive thoughts about them, mentally sending them love, support, good wishes.

2. gratitude . Every day write 3-5 things for which you are grateful for this day: for meeting interesting people, for new useful information, for a casual smile, for rain or sun, the smell of autumn leaves, delicious coffee, an unexpected gift, etc. Our brains tend to be more fixative and memorize the negative. Gratitude at the end of the day makes us pay more attention to the good that happened.

3. Liberation from fears . Write down your fears, complexes and anything else you would like to get rid of, and burn this piece of paper.

4. Sorry . Life will be much easier if you forgive yourself first. “It is human nature to err, to forgive God.” Our mistakes are the strength of our changes, and it is through them that we gain invaluable experience that makes us more successful and more mature. Realize what can be done differently, and move on by forgiving yourself. And, if necessary, apologize to others.


5. Internal dialogue . Use the “erased-erased” mantra as soon as you catch yourself in negative thoughts. It is believed that any negative thought begins to destroy us and our body three seconds after its appearance, so if you have time to realize and track your negative conversations and fears, you can always quickly say to yourself: “erased-erased.”
6. Accepting criticism . Thank those who criticize you for wanting to make you better. Remember that if you hear something once, it can be overlooked, if two – you should pay attention, and only if you have been shown something three times – with this couple will do something. And stop criticizing and condemning yourself and others – so you just lose energy and make enemies.
7. Positive filters . Be mindful of what surrounds you, what the emotional background of your life is. Try to listen less to bad news, scary stories, negative people. If you do not avoid communicating with such people, then at least say, “Wow,” thus not letting this negativity into your life and your thoughts.


8. Diaries . It is a great tool for self-awareness. Spend 15 minutes a day in the morning or evening describing events, experiences, fears, doubts, and your desires and plans. Keeping diaries clarifies the mind, relieves – and allows painful experiences, improves sleep and raises self-esteem.

9. Meditation . Studies show that regular meditation activates areas of the brain that are responsible for feelings of happiness and compassion. Meditation is invaluable for reducing stress, releasing and transforming negative thoughts, emotions and feelings.

10. Positive affirmations (attitudes) . The brain can and should be trained: the formation of positive statements about yourself and your life – is a powerful tool. It is most harmonious and effective to pronounce the affirmation so that the number of repetitions is a multiple of three: 3, 6, 9, 12, etc. It is best to repeat any affirmation 210 times during the month.

11. Positive analysis . Learn to find the positive even in negative situations. Instead of asking “for what?”, You may ask yourself, “Why did it happen better?”. And try to find what was valuable in the experience. This allows you to shift the focus to the positive, educational aspects of any situation and transform it by turning it into your resource. Don’t waste energy and strength on regretting and chewing on unpleasant memories.

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Larysa Renar
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