I love deep, thought provoking questions for their power to penetrate through the thickest barriers of the mind. More than answers or great self development advice, powerful questions open us up to expanding worlds of thought and action.
We never know what answer we might come up with when we ask ourselves the right questions. Our wisdom is there - sometimes all it takes is the right question to bring it forth.
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The mind works on the principle of habit. Once our mind is entrained with a habit, our thought or action becomes automatic. Developing negative habits - this principle works against us; developing positive habits - this principle works to our benefit.
Our experience of life seems to come automatically to us - yet, it all gets filtered through our conditioned habits of mind. Change your mind habits and you change the way you experience your life.
Cultivating a positive attitude is all about increasing positives and reducing negatives. If we eliminate negativity - positivity fills us. If we focus intently on the positive it will expand and attract more of the same leaving less and less room for negativity to take root.
Reactive thinking is the cause of untold trouble in our lives. Thinking proactively, and taking proactive action, are the antidotes. The key is to cultivate freedom around reactive thinking. When our thinking is given space we become less reactive. To give ourselves space we need to step out-of-the-mind.
All of us are susceptible to victim thinking from time to time. Yet, we must be vigilant and never indulge this mindset. Being awake and aware to when victim thinking takes us over, we can start weeding this destructive attitude from our lives.
The warrior mentality is one of the most valuable assets to call upon when on the path of personal growth, self improvement and motivation. It is the perfect antithesis (and antidote) to victim thinking. The warrior attitude pulls us forward and onward, while the victim within tries to hold back.
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