Emotions and beliefs are stored in our subconscious mind, but also in our cells. Strange as it may seem, patients who received a new heart transplant, who had no information about their donor, in several documented cases, experienced changes in their tastes, preferences, behaviors, emotions and habits. The new traits turned out to be those of their organ donor. Those traits were remembered by the cells of the transplanted heart.
Positive Thinking and Your Destiny:
According to psychologist Dr. Lewis Losoncy, you can control your own destiny by how you think. Positive high self-esteem leads to success and happiness. We can also motivate others to find achievement by encouraging them, instead of knocking them down.
Those with a strong positive attitude in stressful situations and life are usually happier, generally healthier, have more social connections, and are more likely to be successful in work and life. A positive attitude makes you more open to solutions, creativity and thinking outside the box.
Professor Barbara Fredrickson writes and speaks on the science of positivity, and suggests that as we need to keep bathing, and brushing our teeth more than once, it is important to continue with a consistent planned program to keep us positive. Looking at situations in new ways, and turning lemons into lemonade is helpful. Doing interesting and inspiring activities that bring you joy, gratitude, peace of mind, hope, humour, and love help us to stay positive. Before sleep, think about 3 events in your day that make you feel happy. Share smiles and jokes with others, even strangers.
Abraham Lincoln said, “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” For example, we can “reframe” events in our mind, looking at them in a new way. We can be thankful for what we have, rather than what we do not have.
Being positive in our thinking is a habit that can be developed with practice, and especially with the right planned positive instructions programmed into the subconscious mind with hypnosis. Doing something different or something new can revitalize your energy and your whole life. Mind-body practices provide a way to train our minds to attain inner peace, happiness, a kind heart, and a break from a fast-paced society.