Quote by J.D. Salinger: “I think that one of these days," he said, "you...”
Tim and Eric I have to think about that one
1. Change your thoughts by creating positive affirmations
The nature of our thoughts determines the quality of our life whether it is sad, happy and contented. Happy, optimistic, positive thoughts, emotions, and feelings generate a zing in our system which makes the blood flow freely and heart beat joyously. They create a spring in our feet and spur us to action. Let us remember the age-old saying that the mind- thoughts- can move the mountains. Pessimistic, sad and gloomy thoughts, on the other hand, create inertia and force us to stay bed-bound.
I'm the last person to say that life is easy. I don't think that's the case at all. But there's one thing I've learned in recent years that changed.
this is what happy looks like series
At first that surprised me. Once you realize that you naturally want to change. But how? Where do you start? Is it even possible to get faster, smarter, more flexible? From the day we crawl screaming from the womb the world wants to crush our spirit and our free will. They want robots, drones and slaves.
Practice is often described as the willingness to simply be with our life as it is. But this is a difficult concept to get: that practice is not about having a particular state of mind, such as calmness. Nor is it about being completely free of anxiety. This is not to deny that we will, in fact, experience more equanimity, and that our fears will substantially diminish. The miracle is not to walk on water.