The new catchphrase "Think right, Think positive" in any circumstance has become so obvious . Even if you are unable to discover the best strategies to think positively and correctly, simply "Write Down Your Thoughts" . Like that we have heard many of the things in many YouTube channels . The lists just goes on. You will learn a new phrase in this blog that I use to help myself get past most of my doubts and pessimistic thought patterns. Every reader can relate to what I have to say today, even though I have still not figured out everything. Over the years, everyone has come to realize how crucial it is to be in the appropriate frame of mind.
But have we ever questioned the fact what is a right state of mind? Many self help books has just sliced the idea of thinking right. But what is it to think right ?How does one think in the correct way? . These are some of the questions that often pops when dealing with many things at a time. Relax! We don't need to figure out everything. We just need to know ourselves in order to get to a point where we can question the incoming thought to be as right or wrong. In order to know if you are thinking right question the facts you see around yourselves and detach from it. In this blog ill try to pin some tools which will help you to think and act .
However, have we ever questioned what constitutes a proper state of mind? The concept of correct thinking has just been cut in several self-help books. But why should one think correctly ?How can one approach thinking correctly? When juggling several tasks at once, these are some of the questions that frequently arise.
Relax! We don't have to have all the answers. To the extent where we can determine whether an entering notion is correct or incorrect, all we need to do is understand ourselves. Ask questions about the facts you observe around you and step back from them to determine whether your reasoning is correct. I'll attempt to include some tools that will be useful to you in this blog.
In this current era, knowing oneself requires a lot of work. The question "Who am I?" gets somewhat murky in a world where the majority of narratives are motivated by social media aspirations. We are not our bodies, according to the Bhagwad Gaeta. The body is the dress that the soul is wearing. While the body changes throughout, the soul does not. We need to use the "Mirror Magic" tool to discover who we really are. And this is the first self help tool rather than a book.
Stay put! There is no need to converse with the mirror. It's simple. All you have to do is identify at least one factor that affects your mood. Make a list over the course of a month to note what drives you to your peak and keep track of it. You may overcome fear, worry, and negative thought patterns by finding one item each day and noting it down in your journal. It will assist you in identifying the precipitating factors. Arguments with others can often drive our emotions down, which might cause us to have various sad thoughts.
The second tool we have at our disposal for monitoring the caliber of our thoughts is observation. We need to locate it first before swiping it with a wise mind. The "SPOT, STOP, SWAP " approach is the name of this approach. First, SPOT it when a unique or odd notion enters your mind. Spend some time pausing or stopping before replacing it with something more pleasurable. Your monkey mind may tell you, "I am not beautiful," for instance. Try to SPOT on the " NOT BEAUTIFUL " section as soon as it pops, then STOP for a second to SWAP it. "I AM GODS BEAUTIFUL CREATION" would now be the new thought. By doing so, we can get rid of the thoughts that keep unintentionally addressing us. Personally I have been doing this for months and it has really worked for me. Try this out for yourself too!
Reflecting and surrendering is the third tool that has been extremely effective in reducing worry, stress, and negative thought patterns. The majority of our energy obstruction results from our refusal to submit to the greater force. We should leave in God's hands those things that are beyond our capacity to control. Giving up leads to tranquilly and clears the way for a lot of joy and happiness. These are only a few of the emotions that hold us back: anger, bitterness, and hatred. Managing your lifestyle involves letting go of it and relying solely on the greater force. We have no control over our outcomes, according to the Bhagwad Geeta, only our acts. Don't think about your results and just do what makes you happy without any expectations .
CHANTING is the fourth tool I employ personally. Since I first came to know God, I have frequently prayed for answers. After going through numerous YouTube channels and websites, I decided to try chanting for an hour or 20 minutes. Personally, I start by chanting the OM (A-U-M) for 10 to 15 minutes, followed by the Hare Krishna Mahamantra (HARE RAM HARE RAM RAM HARE HARE, HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE). The regular practice of it fosters mental silence and enables you to quiet your chattering thoughts. In Sanskrit, ' man ' means ' mind' and 'team means 'freeing' . So a mantra is a phrase that is designed to free the mind .
Yoga with some breathing exercises is the final and fifth method for knowing yourself and clearing your mind. Yoga fortifies the muscles and teaches them to be your coworkers, which helps to supply the brain oxygen. I can't even begin to describe how soothing it is to practice it for months. It will first take some time to comprehend the advantages, but with time, the outcomes will become apparent. I particularly employ the Kapalbhati and Anulom Vilom procedures to maintain mental peace.
Welcome visitors to your site with a short, engaging introduction. Double click to edit and add your own text.