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How to be positive in life and overcome our negative thoughts.

How to be positive in life and overcome our negative thoughts.

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  • If you think you can’t be happy until you reach a certain point, or until you reach a certain income, or have a certain type of house or car or computer setup, you’ll never be happy.
  • We’ll never be as pretty, as talented, as rich, as sculpted, as cool, as everyone else. There will always be someone better, if you look hard enough. Therefore, if we compare ourselves to others like this, we will always pale, and will always fail, and will always feel bad about ourselves.
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    • 1. How to Overcome Negative Thoughts & Be Happy
    • 2.
      • “ The way to overcome negative thoughts and destructive emotions is to develop opposing, positive emotions that are stronger and more powerful.” - Dalai Lama
    • 3. Life could be so much better for many people, if they would just spot their negative thinking habits and replace them with positive ones.
    • 4. Let’s take a look at common ways that negative thinking emerges — get good at spotting these patterns, and practice replacing them with positive thinking patterns.
    • 5.
      • Problem: I will be happy once I have _____ (or once I earn X).
    • 6.
      • Solution: Learn to be happy with what you have, where you are, and who you are, right at this moment. Happiness doesn’t have to be some state that we want to get to eventually — it can be found right now. Learn to count your blessings, and see the positive in your situation.
    • 7.
      • Problem: I wish I were as ____ as (a celebrity, friend, co-worker).
    • 8.
      • Solution: Stop comparing yourself to others, and look instead at yourself — what are your strengths, your accomplishments, your successes, however small? What do you love about yourself? Learn to love who you are, right now, not who you want to become.
    • 9.
      • Problem: Seeing others becoming successful makes me jealous and resentful.
    • 10.
      • Solution: Learn to admire the success of others, and learn from it, and be happy for them, by relating with them and understanding what it must be like to be them. And then turn away from them, and look at yourself — you can be successful too, in whatever you choose to do.
    • 11.
      • Problem: Dammit ! Why do these bad things always happen to me?
    • 12. Solution: See bad things as a part of the ebb and flow of life. Suffering is a part of the human condition — but it passes. All pain goes away, eventually. Solution: See bad things as a part of the ebb and flow of life. Suffering is a part of the human condition — but it passes. All pain goes away, eventually. Meanwhile, don’t let it hold you back.
    • 13. I am a miserable failure — I can’t seem to do anything right.
    • 14.
      • Solution: See your successes and ignore your failures. Look back on your life, in the last month, or year, or 5 years. And try to remember your successes.
    • 15.
      • Problem: You can’t do anything right! Why can’t you be like ____ ?
    • 16.
      • Solution: Take the mistakes or bad behavior of others as an opportunity to teach. Show them how to do something. Second, praise them for their positive behavior, and encourage their success. Last, and most important, love them for who they are, and celebrate their differences.
    • 17.
      • Insulting People Back
    • 18.
      • Solution: Don’t let the insults or negative comments of others slide off you. Don’t let their problem become yours. In fact, try to understand their problem more — why would someone say something like that? What problems are they going through?
    • 19.
      • I don’t think I can do this —may be some other time.
    • 20.
      • Solution: Turn your thinking around: you can do this! Find ways to make yourself a success at your goal. If you fail, learn from your mistakes, and try again. Instead of putting a goal off for later, start now .
    • 21. Do you have the feeling that everybody is against you? Be Happy
    • 22. And walk all over you?
    • 23. Are your colleagues grumpy again?
    • 24. Do you sometimes have the creepy feeling as if you don‘t fit in?
    • 25. Do you feel somehow watched?
    • 26. Is your boss always on your case?
    • 27. Do you feel little and insignificant?
    • 28. Are there problems on the home front?
    • 29. Are you tired and listless?
    • 30. Do you only want to sleep?
    • 31. Or do you want to eat all day?
    • 32. Is the water up to your neck?
    • 33. Do you cling to the last straw?
    • 34. Do you nostalgically look back to the good old times?
    • 35. Do you feel pestered?
    • 36. Or lonely and forsaken?
    • 37. Sometimes it really feels like howling!
    • 38. O.k. Now! Cheer up!
    • 39. Everybody needs a shoulder sometimes!
    • 40. Sit back, take a deep breath – and relax!
    • 41. A helping hand quite often is very near!
    • 42. Remember the affection of those who love you!
    • 43. If everything fails, eat a cookie – but only one, not the entire box, otherwise you‘ll feel even worse afterwards!
    • 44. Stay cool even if they laugh at you!
    • 45. But most importantly: Laugh!
    • 46. Do your best at whatever you set out to do.
    • 47. Do at least one thing every day that scares you.
    • 48. Get plenty of rest.
    • 49. Always be open to love.
    • 50. Be kind to everyone, regardless of how similar or different we may be.
    • 51. Be patient, especially when you don’t want to be.
    • 52. Reach for your dreams, no matter how far off they may seem.
    • 53. Learn when to talk, and when to just listen.
    • 54. Learn to accept your looks and your bodies.
    • 55. Take risks.
    • 56. Take the time to rediscover your child inside.
    • 57. Accept that there are going to be things you are not going to like, but you are just going to have to deal with them.
    • 58. … . and never, ever let anyone get you down!
    • 59. Well, don‘t you feel better already !
    • 60.  
    • 61. Presentation By Anu Chaudhary You can really move mountains if you start with positive thinking.

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