Teach Your Subconscious Mind Positivity

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But it’s not always so easy to stay positive when you encounter unexpected challenges or negative people. That’s why you need smart ways to train your brain to stay positive.

Here are 6 ways to train your subconscious…

1. Subconscious Retraining

Past experiences, especially those from childhood, can be held in the mind and body for decades, dragging you down and inhibiting your potential. Repeating positive affirmations, holding and visualizing what you want in your thoughts and constantly feeding your subconscious mind with the things you desire will create new positive habits and reprogram your subconscious mind.  Creating and maintaining a truly positive perspective often starts with facing and letting go of long-term wounds.

2. Give Positivity To Feel Positivity

There’s strong evidence that acts of kindness don’t just make others happy; they make you feel good as well. Even just taking a moment to do someone a small favor or help a stranger can put you in a better frame of mind, and break you out of a negative thinking loop. If you get into a habit of doing something compassionate for another person every time you’re feeling down, anxious or hopeless, it’ll soon become automatic and your negative periods will last for increasingly shorter times.

3. Focus On What Makes You Happy To Be Alive

One of the best ways to train your brain to stay positive is to deliberately and repeatedly turn your attention to things that inspire joy. Whenever your thoughts are focused on joy, you’ll strengthen the positivity in your brain and you will find more to be joyful about.

4. Take Care Your Body

All of our best research shows that what you eat and drink can have a huge influence on your emotional state, as can sleep and exercise. So, if you want to be a better positive thinker, take an honest critical look at how you treat your body and identify potential areas for improvement. Diet is a big factor here. Are you getting all the right minerals, vitamins and nutrients?

Meanwhile, not regularly getting enough sleep a night increases negative thinking and anger. As you treat the physical parts of you with more care, the mental and emotional parts of you will respond in kind.

5. Set Aside Specific Time For What You Love

With all of our work and social commitments, it’s easy to say we don’t have time for the things we love. However, without making the space in our lives for our biggest passions, we easily become despondent and negative. If you have to say no to other commitments to maintain this aspect of your life, then do it! You’ll be glad you did.

6. Flip Negatives Into Positives

Finally, with a little effort, you can retrain your brain to automatically see the bright side of any situation, no matter how difficult. You’ll need to do this deliberately at first, consciously challenging yourself to see what’s good about a tough experience.

When something doesn’t work out for you, it’s often because the Universe has something better in store. This may be something more fitting with your overall purpose. In addition, try to turn setbacks into opportunities. If you don’t get called for a job interview or a second date, ask yourself what you can use the extra time to accomplish. In time, your brain will start doing this immediately, without being prompted. Your positive thoughts will attract more and more positivity in your life.

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