By Remez Sasson
Are you happy with your life?
Are you satisfied with what is going in your life?
If things go wrong, do you express angry and impatience?
If things go wrong, do you let your anger boil inside you?
Can you accept what cannot be changed, but do your best to change what can be changed?
Plans, expectations and desires don’t always turn out as expected, but this should not be a cause for unhappiness, dissatisfaction or resentment. Right thinking, planning, patience and a positive frame of mind can ensure a greater chance of success, and therefore more happiness and satisfaction.
Much in life is a matter of attitude, and attitude can be changed and improved. You don’t have to let your habitual way of thinking dictate your attitude. You don’t have to let subconscious habits make you suffer or behave and act in ways that are detrimental for you.
You can change your attitude!
- You can change your attitude by desiring to do so.
- You can change your attitude by deciding to do so.
- You can change your attitude by repeating affirmations.
- You can change your attitude though creative visualization.
- You can change your attitude through meditation.
- You can change your attitude by emulating people with a positive attitude.
Changing your attitude toward people, events and circumstances requires changing your emotional and mental habits through inner work.
Any inner change requires inner work. Often, people get disappointed when they try to follow a self-improvement program and nothing happens immediately. They expect miracles, because they are often promised miracles, and contrary to other areas in life, which require work, effort and time, they wrongly think that self-improvement techniques, affirmations and visualization can bring immediate rewards, without doing anything, except a few minutes of affirming or visualizing.
Changing your attitude requires changing the way you think, act and behave, which can lead to a better and happier life, but you have to do something about it. Don’t regard this inner work as an unpleasant task, but as an adventure and as an opportunity to grow. Try enjoying every minute of it, and do not think too much whether you are making progress, and when you will see results.
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