Mood Tookbox: Moodzie’s Tips for Positivity
Moodzie’s tips to being a more positive individual are firstly become more aware, as a lot of the times negative do not occur consciously meaning a lot of the times we are not even aware of them. As a positive thinker, you must always be aware, and whenever you may feel like you are getting a negative thought, just reverse it with something positive, as being a more aware individual can have great benefits. Furthermore, in order to receive more positive thoughts, we as humans must stop labelling our thoughts, in the sense as a society we always label something as either good or bad, rather we must take things in more organically.
Moodzie personally hates labelling thoughts, as good or bad, as whenever Moodzie starts labelling his thoughts Moodzie become more stressed, which eventually leads to a more negative personality. Another tip to being more positive is, simply relax and meditate more, as meditation whether it be religious or spiritual is known to alleviate stress and help combat negative thoughts, people who meditate on a regular basis are more likely to be happy and satisfied within their lives, compared to those who do not.
Lastly but certainly not least, Moodzie’s most important tip to being more positive, would be simply to surround yourself with more positive people. As the traditional quote, “you are who you associate with”, is surely true, and if you hang around people who may have a negative outlook of life, likelihood of you being similar, are quite high. Whereas if your friends or peers, are themselves positive and bright individuals, yourself you will also be more motivated to be the same, as peer influence especially at a young age has a dramatic influence on people. As Research indicates that toxic situations can be viral in a sense, if everyone around you is in a negative mood chances are so will you be, whereas if the opposite is true, you also will be in a positive mood. Hence in terms of pure benefit, the best tip to being more positive alongside the other beneficial tips would be to surround yourself with more positive people.
Here are great tips:
Tip 1: Use tools to help you to remain positive
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(b) Surround yourself with posters or pictures to remind you how great you are
Most certainly, we can help our kids with instilling good values, confidence, focus and belief. Positive affirmations for children can do a lot to assist them in developing healthy self esteem. We can also target some for the purposes of having an easier time with their school work.
Children are blessings from the Universe. They are not their parents’ possessions. They’re individual bright spirits-old spiritual souls coming to have another human experience. They’ve chosen their parents for the lessons and challenges that they’ll be given. They’re here to teach us many things if we’re open to learning from them.
(c) Read positive books to help you to remain cheerful
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(d) Watch positive movies and games to improve your mood
By Joe Cavanaugh One evening at home, I was surfing through Netflix for something to watch with my nine year-old daughter, Tess, and I found what I thought was the perfect thing – the original “Star Trek.” It was one of my favorite shows as a kid and I was excited to share it with my daughter.
Tip 2: Practice positive self talk
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