Imagine if you had the ability to only remember the positive things that have happened to you. What if your brain was conditioned to magnify all positive information, and shrink the negative stuff.
You do have that ability.
The choice about where to focus is yours. It is totally up to you to decide which things you prefer to absorb and experience. When you choose to absorb the positive, you’ll find yourself in a better, more positive mood more of the time.
And as a bonus, you’ll be in a more productive state of mind.
On the other hand…
If you choose to absorb the negative, you’ll probably tend to have a negative attitude. You’ll be more primed to notice and pay attention to the negative stuff, so your overall actions and appearance will attract more negatives into your life.
You can choose to have a positive and optimistic view of the world and people in general, or you can take the negative and pessimistic route.
Spending time with negative people or doing negative things rarely raises you up.
On the other hand, if you choose to associate with positive people who are inspiring to you, you’ll find that it’s much easier to connect with the exciting, motivating opportunities that show up daily in your life.
By choosing the positive, you automatically shrink the negatives.
If you’re wondering how to do it, here’s a good place to start: Surround yourself with other positive people and stay involved with positive activities. It’s much easier to think and act like a positive, proactive, evolution-minded person if you’ve got support.
That’s why we believe that a solid routine of responsible Martial Arts training will keep you traveling in a positive and progressive direction. It brings you into contact with motivated, focused, proactive people who share some of the same goals, and gives positive support during challenging times.
So start small. Emphasize the positive. Shrink the negative. Train hard. Start now!
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