What Are The Best Ways To Maintain A Positive Attitude In Life No Matter What?
Having a positive attitude means being optimistic, open-minded and seeing the best in every situation, in every interaction, in every person and also in yourself. People with a positive attitude remain hopeful, upbeat and view a difficult situation as a challenge. In contrast, those with negative attitudes are generally more pessimistic and disagreeable, as they typically expect the worst outcome in most situations.
If you have a positive mental attitude, you can deal with stress, worries, fear and negative situations in a much healthier and happier way. And in most cases, this helps bring about a positive outcome.
So, let us look at some of the best ways to maintain a positive attitude in life, regardless of what life brings to us:
-One having an open mind, has the ability to adjust with others with ease.
-Has a broader point of view; and thus is able to understand and appreciate the opinions and feelings of others, rather than taking only one’s own personal feelings into account.
-Has the necessary ability to think rationally and with common sense.
-Opens the door to a wider picture in every situation and with everyone.
-This mindset helps establish an open and healthy relationship with everyone!
-Adopt the right understanding and tools.
-When difficulties arise, the right understanding is to see these difficulties as a result of our own cause (karma), and the right tooI to deal with such situations is our positive attitude.
-Do your best not to blame or put the onus on others. Instead, accept them and pray for strength to overcome the situation quickly and with positivity.
-If negative thoughts persist for someone or in a particular circumstance, then do pratikraman i.e. ask for forgiveness. Pratikraman is an immensely powerful tool that helps change our opinion from negative to a positive one. Pratikraman alleviates internal pain and suffering, and also elevates our weak relationships to a stronger level.
-Think only to a point until it is of benefit.
-Think up to a point where your thoughts are balanced, meaning until they are beneficial or helpful to us in solving a problem. When you start thinking above normality in hypothetical situations of ‘what if’, such that you experience fear, suspicion, suffocation, then stop thinking about the matter anymore.
For this, you may:
-Converse with the mind, “let’s leave it for now and see what happens; we’ll cross the bridge when it comes…”
-Visualise the image of a spiritual being who inspires you to being positive.
-Chant a mantra rather than meditating on useless thoughts.
-This will help you break the link and restore peace.
-These are a few effective ways to maintain a positive mindset in life, no matter what. Try them out and see the results for yourself.
As explained by Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan, the founder of the spiritual movement ‘Akram Vignan’, the law of karma states that you get what you ask for. In other words, we reap what we sow.
So, when we sow positivity, hope and faith, we get the same in return. And if we sow negativity, fear and suspicion, we get results that reflect the same.
That is why we want to always remain positive. And to help remain so, we shall always:
-Hope for the best with utmost faith that so what if the circumstances are not favourable right now; they will change, and we will certainly see a better tomorrow.
-Make positive interpretations of situations and not negative, and
-Side with positive thoughts only and not those which sway us towards negative.
-Positivity has great power! By choosing positivity, we channelise this power to attain happiness for ourselves, for the people around us, and for the entire world. Yes, positive vibrations impact the entire Universe!
The spiritual science of Akram Vignan is solely based on a positive attitude. So, whenever you find time, do visit https://www.dadabhagwan.org/
For now, you may enjoy reading https://www.dadabhagwan.org/path-to-happiness/self-help/positive-thinking/positive-life-after-self-realization/
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