Do you know that you can train your brain to stay positive when the hardest challenge hits you? Here’s how to do it!
7 tips to train your brain to stay positive
- Daily gratitude
“Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.” – Henry Ward Beecher
Every morning, write at leas three things that make you grateful. Write about things associated with your family and work. Give a thank you note for the positive things in your life. First, be grateful because you woke up this morning.
- Stay centered
“Within you, there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself.” – Hermann Hesse
Stay centered to protect yourself from negative energy. Try to balance yourself through yoga, meditation, deep breathing and walks in nature. The calming energy will help you stay positive.
- Stay active
Be more focused on your daily tasks. Staying centered in times when unexpected challenges strike will keep you in a positive mood.
- Eat, drink and sleep well
Take care of your body. Sleep enough and eat well. Food and sleep affect your general well-being, including your mental health. According to a study, vitamin deficiencies cause mental issues, such as stress, anxiety, addictions, and other psychological disorders.
Sleep deprivation will give you problems. Sleep enough to be fresh and in a friendly mood.
- Help people around you
Help people to stay positive, and brighten someone’s day. you will help someone feel better, and you will get a stronger positive energy. It’s great, right?
- Re-training and inner healing efforts
Release whatever bad energy you have trapped inside you. Tapping, affirmations, NLP and mirror work can be of great help. Heal the original wound that still bleeds. It can be a childhood trauma, a bad relationship or other trauma.
“The fact is, you can transform your life. You really do have that power.”
- Follow your passion
Always do the things you love. Do not do things that hurt others or make you guilty. Focus on the things you care about, and work on your positive changes.
Source: Power Of Positivity