Have you ever made up an excuse for something but then started to believe in that excuse to the point where you convince yourself that it was real?
Your mind is when it comes to inducing feelings from fantasy the concept is kind of similar to the movie's inception where they try to plant an idea into someone’s mind except. This is self-induced your mind can either be your most powerful weapon or your worst enemy you don’t want it to be the latter. So how can you make sure that your mind is always fighting for you and not against you?
Perform a sort of self inception where you convince yourself that this is the reason you feel a certain way or you convince yourself that you feel a certain way to make something make sense. There’s a lot of things that we wish we could control there’s a lot of things that we wish were different but a lot of those things. We can’t control at all and so the question. You have to ask yourself is if I can’t control it.
You can actually train your brain to get better at handling change through some simple mental exercises, from imagining your company's demise to learning how to meditate. It's not always pleasant, but it is possible.
The change was slow, but a new path that wasn’t clear to me before started to appear as I worked on my mindset. As things progressed, my goals and dreams became bigger and more ambitious. I started imagining being fit, healthy, running my own business, and traveling the world.
If you were determined to get joy out of the present moment, you would learn to focus on the positive. What it takes is not paying attention to negative thoughts – yours or anyone else’s. Disregarding negative thoughts isn’t about burying your head in the sand; it’s the focused act of not allowing negativity to fog your vision and dominate your experience of the present.
Letting go gives us emotional freedom, and emotional freedom is the only condition for happiness. If, in your heart, you still cling to anything anger, resentment, jealously, etc. you cannot be free, and doing so doesn’t change the heart of other people. It only changes yours.
Our stress and frustration are far greater when we have more than enough but want even more, than when we have almost nothing and want some. In other words, as human beings, we are less dissatisfied when we lack many things than when we endlessly seem to lack but one continuously changing thing.
Your mindset is the underpinning and cornerstone of everything that happens in your life. It’s a collection of all your beliefs, behaviors, feelings, emotions, and attitudes. An effective mindset is one that makes the best use of available resources – your time, energy, and efforts – and uses them to create positive change.