Imagine a life wherein you completely stop believing in circumstances and influences of other people. Leave other things and instances that mar your opportunities. Would it not be just wonderful? It takes an understanding of the simple saying “joy doesn’t exist in the world, it exists in us” – the first thing that you need to attain such a level in life is to have a positive frame of mind toward all the things that you come across. Seek in yourself for ways of how best to utilize all resources and various factors in life to your advantage. After all, it is you who can care the most about yourself.
Circumstances, especially when they happen to be stressful and severe, affect us more. Modern workplace culture, competition, and myriad other things create situations that you deliberately want to avoid or postpone in order to save the day. These are circumstances that never fade away, whether or not you work toward dealing effectively with them. One thing that requires a clear recognition and understanding is that you are the cause for what you are—it is not external elements that make or break you. It is only you, who are responsible for where you have reached and how you fare.
It may not be possible by us to change each and every thing that happens to us in our day-to-day life, but we can certainly change our perspective toward them and the way we experience them. Using your will power and positive energy, you can create circumstances which reflect your internal feelings and mindset. Execute and impart whatever possible changes in your routine environment rather than acting as a mere product of them.
There are various paths in life that one may choose to take—for responding to or creating the triggers in human brain toward neurochemical reactions in order to relieve tension and alleviate stress as well as identify some solace. Prudent and positive usage of one’s mind power enables him or her to effectively make wonderful changes to life – by allowing manipulation of circumstances that otherwise would have simply made us follow the routine of giving into situations and blaming external factors for our own failure.
Of course, other people and external events do have their own share of influence on us. But they never possess the ability to direct our conscious mind. When you begin applying your mind power for creating more of what you seek and wish, it becomes possible for you to train yourself to be able to control not only your mind but also your circumstances.
Rather than giving power to others by blaming them for your circumstances and continuing to live your life on others’ terms, train your mind to meet challenges. By instructing your subconscious mind to assist you, make your own choices, you will be able to attract better things to your life. Change your life to better by changing your thinking!