Who you think you are, says a lot about who you are becoming, because, with every thought, you are shaping your reality. What you believe to be true about yourself and your life, says a lot about where you’re headed.
The reason for this is that the human brain functions by always confirming what we already believe to be true. This means that we are biased, which is not a bad thing in itself. If you use your bias to your advantage, you can become your best self!
Thinking negatively about your life leads to negative experiences. Thinking positively, on the other hand, will make you feel confident and happy. We act like the person we believe ourselves to be, so we consequently also turn into the person we believe ourselves to be.
Furthermore, our subconscious mind does not know the difference between something imagined and something that already happened, which means you can feel good about yourself, just by imagining your bright future.
So, how does this work? The image you have of yourself is a self-fulfilling prophecy: whatever you think is going to happen, will happen, simply because you act accordingly. Your thoughts and actions are cause and effect. Start today by thinking that you are successful and happy. As a result, you will recognize the opportunities that lead you there. If you believe that you can feel great and reach your dreams, you will act like this version of yourself. If you trust yourself, the answers will come to you.
Create a positive self-image and see that life is good!
To implement this, take some time to imagine the best version of you and answer these questions:
How does the best version of you feel?
What does this person think?
How does this person handle difficult situations?
Write down the qualities and talents this person has. Feel how life would be for you if you were this best version of yourself. Imagine what your surroundings would look like if you were living your best life.
Believe it, act like it and become it!
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