Respond to life, do not react, take it in your hands and grow personally
Do you respond to life or do you react? Why do some people collapse under stress while others grow? Why do some people see the world realistically while others continuously look at it through dark gray glasses? Why do some reach their goals while others are far below their potential?
“Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you to where you want to go, no one else.” Les Brown
Your personality is all that characterizes you in the course of your life; you will continue to develop unconsciously. Nevertheless, you can and should even consciously respond to life, and take your personal development into your own hands. Because once you deal intensively with yourself, you will recognize some potentials that are deep within you. Bring them to life and find a way to a happier and more fulfilling life.
“Your life is in your hands. No matter where you are now, no matter what has happened in your life, you can begin to consciously choose your thoughts, and you can change your life. There is no such thing as a hopeless situation. Every single circumstance of your life can change!” Rhonda Byrne, The Secret
How to respond to life and take it in your hands
Take your life in your own hands, and what happens? A terrible thing: no one to blame. – Erica Jong
Throw your self-pity overboard
Typical signs that you think your problems are more severe than others. You tell more often about what went wrong in your day instead of about what went well. Everything is too much for you. You retreat or seek the company of people to whom you can complain.
If u never tasted a bad apple. You would never appreciate a good apple. Because You have to experience life to understand life.
Here is your advice; Change your negative thinking. Are there any other views on your life situation? Think about the many things you can be grateful? For example, was there a good outcome in bad a situation? What speaks in favor of mastering your problems, like skills, experiences you have already, support from others, for example? Take action instead of pondering. Address your difficulties. Do something that makes you radiate joy or happiness even if you do not feel like it. That does not mean that you should ignore your feelings. Examine the emotions behind your self-pity, for example, mourning over the death of a loved one or anger over your financial misinvestment or fear of pain.
“Today, give somebody a response instead of a reaction.” – Deepak Chopra,
Do not give other people power over you.
Typical signs are that you take every criticism to heart. You become so angry regularly that you say or do something that you later regret. You can not say “no” and do your own thing, even though it annoys you to look for others. Whether you have a good day or a bad day depends on other people’s behavior.
Look consistently at your choices. You can consider criticism as a final verdict or as one of many voices. You can help your friend to clean the yard at the weekend, or tell him you want to use the beautiful weather for a trip. You can respond if your mother has a bad mood, or go to another room and turn on the beautiful music. You can wait for an hour for the promised call from your girlfriend or after 20 minutes go for your shopping trip.
It is often crucial to be aware of your first, spontaneous reaction. For example, if you make hasty promises on the phone, you can say instead sentences like “I’ll think about it and call you back tonight.” Before you get hurt by criticism, examine it critically. Be aware that there are more satisfied people than a complainer.
“When you react, you let others control you. When you respond, you are in control.” – Bohdi Sanders
Do not deny others the success
You do not like to listen when others talk about their career successes, their well-educated children, or a fantastic holiday. You are jealous if you see their success stories on Facebook. You avoid the company of people who are financially better off than you. You pretend to be more successful than you in reality are. You do not like the success of others.
Get to know the people whose achievements are bothering you. As a result, you will not hype them up as superheroes. But also do not degrade heir achievements. Do not see such people as competitors, but as part of your network, whose experiences, skills and ideas can benefit you to achieve something in your life. Follow your definition of “success”. Imagine, you look back at the end of your life: what achievements would be most enjoyable then? How could you determine that you have achieved your goals? What was the best investment in your money, time and talents?
Is your life just a duty? Here is a smart method against it
Are you tired of always working? Are you fed up when others relax while you toil and feel responsible for everything? Whether at home or work, you can improve the quality of your life! Here’s a simple way to bring about a healthy balance of self-love and compassion.
Get out of your comfort zone and do the following Action for at least one month, even against all internal and external resistances. You will feel every day how your mental blocks melt away. Look, forward to a nice change! All, this is excellent training for you to react to life and grow personally
Find the right balance for work and life
Work is Life
In our time we do not work much physically anymore, But the basis for every healthy life is work. Work also always means working with your body and hands. If you only sit at a computer, telephone or desk, as a counterbalance, add real manual labor to your daily routine. For example, work in the garden or your house. Only the balance of mental and manual work makes you satisfied.
It means thinking of yourself, making contact with what is more significant than life. Reserve a few minutes every day, in which you do nothing but this inner concentration, preferably in the morning hours. Find yourself a quiet place. Breathe consciously. Imagine the day ahead of you. Find a destination that you want to reach today. Think beyond ordinary duties. What could happen on this day,? Something that you or others will be proud? Set precise dates for this. Live in the now. Only doing this leads to personality development.
Your inner computer and Gratitude
It refers to your internal computer, the development of your brain. Use every day to learn something new. Keep yourself mentally fit. Keep your curiosity. It does not take much time. It will take you 20 to 30 minutes a day to read, listen or otherwise learn something that you did not know before. Tell others about your insights as the day progresses. Then it stays and is anchored in your memory.
Gratitude is one of the most beautiful elixirs of life. Look back at your day in the evening. Concentrate on the constructive: what did you do well? For what can you be thankful? Finally, what do you want to improve the next day and do it!
Gratitude is an attitude that hooks us up to our source of supply. And the more grateful you are, the closer you become to your maker, to the architect of the universe, to the spiritual core of your being. It’s a phenomenal lesson. – Bob Proctor.
Time to relax and Fitness
Relaxation should be even in the middle of stress. No day without half an hour of real lounging! If necessary, flee, leave the place of hardships. Without a cell phone or other restraints! Perform 30 minutes of pure selfishness. This half-hour can save you from a heart attack, stomach ailments or other adverse physical symptoms.
Fitness and physical exercise can make relaxing more effective. It can be a real fitness program, sports or a simple walk, climbing stairs instead of the lift or do some gymnastics at the open window.
Your life and how you experience it is entirely your making. Only if this absolutely sinks in, will you make the necessary changes. Sadhguru.
May this article and smart method help you to better respond to life.
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