Don’t Believe Everything You Think: 5 Vital Tips To Heal Your Mind And Live A Happier Life
Quality of life is mainly based on the way you see yourself and the way you approach life. If life is not right for you, it is because your thinking and decisions are not “right” and a healthy attitude is everything.
So a healthy attitude is the same as a good life, and in this article I give you 5 important tips that will help you heal your mind and ultimately lead a happier life by changing it, so that you can take control of your thoughts, actions and life in general, not just your mental health.
Instead of reacting to your thoughts, just observe them without prejudice, and if you come across a good or bad thought, say “interesting.”
One remains motionless in the ocean, does not react, identifies with the waves and keeps control so that the observer is not prejudiced against his thoughts.
You may have noticed that some people feel bad when they are criticized and never seem to really care about others. What most people don’t know is that the way we respond to criticism is just a habit. If you prepare your brain to think more positively, you will be happier in the long run.
Some people behave unhappily because they take it personally, while others are usually more interested in serving as a shield and keeping others happy.
If you have a clear goal and purpose and eliminate the distractions in your life, you can focus on the things that matter to you, which makes you much happier and less stressful. Purpose is crucial for a good life and is needed for health and well-being for one’s own well-being as well as for that of family and friends.
It is crucial to determine the purpose you want to fulfill and direct your spiritual energy to this narrative so that the focus becomes reality over long periods of time. Whenever you try to do something new in your life, your mind tries to come up with all sorts of reasons, exaggerations and rationalizations to scare you off. If you have doubts or feel uncomfortable, that is normal – do not try to fight them.
In such cases, too much rationalization will not give you the answer you are looking for, so ask your heart for the right answer.
Our ego is deeply rooted in our animal nature and survival from fear is our mantra, but it is also our most powerful tool in the struggle for survival.
The voice of the ego is loud and difficult to hear, but there is a universal creative consciousness channeled through the spirit. In contrast, the Higher Self refutes our creativity, wisdom and intuition.
It is not easy to hear, it speaks in a whisper, but it listens attentively and avoids the ego. This in turn makes your mind healthier and happier, you pay more attention, react less and pay less attention to yourself.