Mastery of the Mind

Do you have the power to accept the matters you are able to change and the things you can’t change? Do you have the power to accept that others may alter them, instead of you altering them? Do you admit that you are who you are, no matter what other people think? Can you accept the many changes that come about in your life?

Let It Be

If you replied yes to one or all of these questions then you’re off to a good start on bettering your life. If you’re willing to accept, you’ve the power to laugh, even when something isn’t funny. For example, if somebody pushed you, you may stand back and laugh. The push is only a threat to your emotion, which you’ll see, accept and discover a way to gain command of the situation.

When you are able to accept matters in life, including you and other people you discover a way to take charge. When you’re in command, it helps you to see how you are able to better your life. When you learn to accept you’ll learn to discover you.

Individualism is personal. Philosophers over generalize this matter. Many individuals in the world believe that when we act the same way at all times, we have demonstrated our identity. Politically incorrect! We have emotions, views, behaviors, actions, and have been overrun by a world of influences both great and foul. Every day we’ll feel something new, which causes our personality to reflect on these alterations.

Consequently, when you see somebody laughing one minute and shouting the next, you’re seeing a shift in emotions, which is a normal rule of identity for this individual. Unless the person’s views alter, behaviors change dramatically, acquaintances change regularly, and so forth, and you’re watching common behaviors.

We live in a domain that desensitizes us. We’re surrounded by billions of influences on TV, in the media, on radio, in homes, government,

schools and so on. Each to their own, but everybody is judging somebody at some time, which is something we must accept. We can’t change these people’s behaviors and way of believing, but we may change ours. This is a part of discovering and accepting. The best way around the world is to become your own influence and let other influences make another persons life miserable. Only trust in sources that prove honest with their actions, behaviors and words. Positive reflections are the key to living more pleased.

Once you learn to accept you’ll be eager to smile. For example, if somebody makes you mad you’ll see the humor in his or her actions. You might see the wit in your actions if you make an error and feed into their foolishness.

Once you begin to discover the humor in life, you’ll feel better within. We’re involved in a rambunctious world filled with greedy individuals, envious souls, lusty tigers, etc. We must learn how to work around these individuals, accept us and march on. Once you learn to change to better you, others might follow. Good behavior has proven far better than words to encourage other people to change.
As you grow you’ll feel a fresh hunger, and that hunger will guide you to find fresh ways to better you. Eventually as you begin to feel better, you’ll see a need to work out, eat right, and hang out with positive influences etc. Once you feel this hunger, you’ll feel inspired to labor to accomplish your goals.

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