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Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com Vocabulary Interprets: Explain the meaning of (information or actions). Healingly: The process of making or becoming sound or healthy again. Consistently: Something that's done the same way for a long time. Wounds: An injury to living tissue caused by a cut, blow, or other impact, typically one in which the skin is cut or broken. Triggers: A small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun. Brooding: Engaged in or showing deep thought about something that makes one sad, angry, or worried.
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com Optimism is a mental attitude or world view that interprets situations and events as being best (optimized), meaning that in some way for factors that may not be fully comprehended, the present moment is in an optimum state. The concept is typically extended to include the attitude of hope for future conditions unfolding as optimal as well.
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com Positive thinking can be defined by the goal of health and happiness. It concentrates at positive qualities such as inner peace, strength, love, joy and happiness. In this direction research the positive psychology. Positive thinking is a mental technique, that must practiced wisely. It should not be misused to repress feelings or problems. Positive thinking must used sensitively and healingly..
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com How to learn positive thoughts The learning method consists of four steps. First, we need a positive thought system that suits us like the philosophy of happiness. he philosophy of happiness teaches to make the happiness to the center of life. The essence of the philosophy of happiness are the five qualities of wisdom, peace, love, strength and joy. These five properties we practice every day.
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com The second step is systematically to train positive thoughts The best way is to remember every morning on the five positive qualities. We create a positive plan of the day. We get up with a positive thought. We retain our positive vision during the day. And at night we think about the day and what we can do better the next day. The third step is to observe consistently our thoughts throughout the day, and to stop all negative thoughts. If we recognize a negative thought, we push him away immediately. We consider what positive thought is helpful right now. We develop a positive thought and set it in place of the negative thought. If we make this at the long term, our negative thoughts are becoming less and our positive thoughts grow more and more. Nils was able to overcome his depression by this technique.
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com The fourth step is the stabilization of positive thinking. It is not easy all day to control our negative thoughts. We need strong helpers to keep us on our long- term path of inner happiness. Such helpers are the daily spiritual reading in a book, the daily oracle reading, the daily meditation, walking and a group of positive thinking people.
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com Overcome Pain and Grief The supreme principle of conduct in suffering situations is outwardly behaving properly and at the same time managing the thoughts and feelings as well as possible. Is the difficult situation outside gone, we can heal our emotional wounds.
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com Happy in Five Minutes 1. The problem: Describe briefly your situation and your problem. How exactly is your situation? What is the problem? Where is the center of the problem? 2. The Emotions: What are the feelings it in you? Fear, anger, addiction / desire, grief. What feeling is strongest? Where is the feeling sitting in your body? 3. The thoughts: What thoughts are connected with your feelings? Why are you sad, anxious, angry or longing? Count all your stressful thoughts down. (My thoughts are...) 4. Thinking: What triggers your problem? What is the way out of your problem? What brings you to love, success, fulfillment, satisfaction? Think about your problem for so long, until you find a solution. Think about different solutions. Collect all the information you need. 5. Implementation: Follow your positive thoughts. Fulfill your positive life plan. Avoid meaningless brooding. Now is the time to realize powerful. Go your way to victory. "My positive sentence is...."
Positive thinking © 2014 wheresjenny.com Enlightenment and positive thinking According to the Buddhist master Tsongkhapa enlightenment is created by the wise combination of positive thinking and meditation. Buddha used the term of right thinking. The combination of mind work and meditation is the basis of the eightfold buddhist path and the eightfold yoga path (Patanjali).
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