Mind Your Mind

Have you ever wondered why in a certain moment you react in a specific way? For example, why some of us are smooth conversationalists and some start to profoundly sweat and mumble, when opportunity to talk to other person presents itself. Are people who go through their lives with positive attitude just simply lucky from those who fill theirs with negativity? Hmm, and might that be the explanation for one to savor it’s finger nails?

The gem which either limits us or makes us expand, isn’t a magical formula which had been cast upon us when we were born, but it’s the powerhouse situated between our ears. Ladies and Gentleman, children of any age – that’s our brain. Human brain is a central organ to our nervous system. It consists of the cerebrum(controls all voluntary actions in the body), the brain-stem(regulates central nervous system and also maintains conciseness) and the cerebellum(contributes to coordination, precision and accurate timing of our motor control). Our brain is extremely complicated, however it’s remarkable how much control we can have over it(therefore control over our lives), when we realize it’s our conscious and subconscious minds, which play crucial part of who we are and what we do.

Consciousness is a state of awareness at the present moment. It means to be able to feel, experience and react to situations occurring right now. Subconsciousness, however, is thousands times more powerful than consciousness, because it never sleeps. It is like a fertile soil where what we sow, we shall reap. Keep in mind that weeds(negativity) is automatic. If we want to reap success or happiness, we just need to plant the right seeds, keep watering them and look after them at all times.

Let me give you an example. A new born child, whose surroundings are going to play crucial part to determine what kind of personality it’s going to become. People around him and the happenings caused are going to create behavioral patterns or habits, which later on in life going to determine it’s values, which are going to be a guidance through life. Simply said, if parents divorce and a child stays with mom who is going to continuously repeat that all men are evil, then there’s pretty big probability that the child is going to grow up with no respect and trust issues towards men. On the other hand, if a we take a child at age of two and start to teach him skiing, I bet you you that it’s almost sure thing that by age of 6, possibly even earlier, it’s going to master that skill, if we keep practicing over and over. The difference is that our subconsciousness doesn’t make difference between good and bad input. It’s going to processes any information given and through conditioning it’s going to produce strength of references for the final outcome.

It is pretty straight forward with children as their mind is being developed from the very moment they come to this world. It’s a bit harder for “grown ups”. As the saying goes that ‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks’, there’s some truth to the statement. Mainly because in advanced stages of ones life, we need to have a burning desire to develop our mind as most of our habits have already deep roots and it takes more effort and self awareness to replace them with new ones. What helps me tremendously is the statement by Earl Nightingale, ‘We become what we think about.’ If we control our thoughts and input that we feed our mind with, we can set our sails to achieve literally anything.

The state of mind and our mental attitude also play great importance in how we feel physically. What we experience mentally affects us physically and vice versa. The two are in such a great harmony that we can use physical exercises to break our negative emotional patterns or the moments of sudden upsets and we can do the same the other way around. How fantastic!

Do you mind your mind?

Cheers & Love

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