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8 Mindful Ways To Transition Into The New Year


It is important to pay attention at the end of the year. In this way, you can really make the next one very positive.

For those who may not know it, mindfulness is a pretty simple concept. He is present before you and goes through life without ignoring your experience. The more you pay attention, the more you are aware of what is happening in your life and you try to react better.

The more you pay attention, the more you will become strong. Of course, you may have moments in which you have problems, but it’s not that complicated to be aware of how people think. The year 2020 is near and it is crucial to present it with a positive spirit. If you follow the steps below and follow these tips, you can start 2020 so that everything is correct.

8 tips to deliberately move from 2019 to the new year:

1. Do something fun.

Plan positive activities. Do something you enjoy every day – even if you have to force yourself first. If nothing looks nice, think about what you like doing in the past. Did you have fun in the cinema? you were often with friends? read books? Do with your hands? Exercise? Spend time in nature? bowling?

The popular phrase is: “False until you do. In this case, it means that you must first force them to be active, but soon you will feel better and you will find joy again in your favorite activities. Finally, you will reap the benefits, even if the exercise of activities seems at first sight stressful or meaningless.

2. Write your feelings.

Journaling is a proven way to adapt to your feelings and help you make the changes you want. It’s a very simple process that you can do yourself, but it is surprising that not many people use this wonderful healing method.

There are as many types of newspapers as there are reporters, and it is quite good that you use your own style and how to journal it to improve your life.

If daily writing is useful to you, give yourself every chance of admitting it. I even gave up other things to write. It’s a priority for me and not just a professional. I find the writing reassuring emotionally.

3. Remember to meditate more often.

Interestingly enough, meditation has been around for thousands of years. Once stored in the walls of monasteries and ashrams, it is becoming more and more popular today. In fact, some of the most successful entrepreneurs and celebrities have made it a daily practice: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hugh Jackman and Russell Simmons, to name a few.

There are more scientific studies than ever on meditation, which is good for practitioners who do not accept anything new unless they can quantify their value.

But meditation is natural for us. We continue to meditate while science catches up!

4. Work on your concentration tactics.

Research has shown that people who can maintain their attention for long periods of time perform better than all other cognitive problems. A man with extended attention can only experience one level of existence; He can inundate the knowledge and wisdom of the world, but he can not dive deeper and discover the treasures he covers. The iron houseman can do both; He is the captain of the boat and the pearl diver and the world is really his oyster.

5. Stop a grudge and free things that no longer serve you.

New Year is a time of change. This reminds us that from time to time we need to take stock and work to give up things that are no longer useful to us. It sounds easy, but it can be very demanding. Why this?

It is normal to want to capture behaviors, objects or even people. On the one hand, it’s about convenience. The familiar is comfortable. It requires little thought. We think this mindset or object worked for me in the past, so it must work for me now. We may not even know why we continue this behavior, but we still do it and we do not take the time to re-evaluate it and adjust it as needed.

The other reason is fear. Afraid of not having enough. It is not so much a matter of greed or wanting more, but of staying true to what we already have.

6. Give yourself a break if you need it.

You’ve probably heard it already, you’re your worst enemy.

You constantly strive to take care of everyone, be it your spouse, your children, your friends or even your pets. You are probably exhausted, overwhelmed and finally overwhelmed.

They do too much for others and not enough for you. You need a break. You deserve a break! You will be better placed to help others if you care about them. You do not have to feel guilty if you step back and take time to regenerate and replenish your energy.

7. Be patient, if possible.

What is the purpose of building patience skills? In a word, happiness. Better relationships, more success. worth it, I would say. But the effort it takes actually.

We can all work on developing more patience. An important idea is that the patience to develop exactly what is. develop a skill. We are not born with her. Imagine a hungry child of one who thinks with all his red, rigid face, the impatient demand for satisfaction.

Finally, we can not sit down at a piano and play without ever playing and practice, practice, practice to have to teach us. The practice includes: giving) attention if we are not patient, 2) being kind to ourselves, not yet being “perfect”, automatic judgment, critical thoughts and feelings.

Most people who have the patience of “professionals” recommend that we train to work with a little pain and irritation, so that when the big ones come, the patience to develop, we owe to adversity. Many schools of patience with the experiences of bites and bites, rashes, heat and cold, rain, standing in line, driving in traffic – things can get worse, but are tolerable.

8. Be so grateful as possible and give gratitude.

It’s amazing how simple, easy, positive action in a life can be so changed.

One of the things that has the greatest impact in my life is the achievement of recognition. enter simple Thank.

He affected everything. He made me a more positive person. A more productive person. A more efficient. A better husband and father, son and brother (at least I think like). A happier person than I am not perfect, but the recognition made me better.

Can it change your life? I can guarantee you can not get exactly the same benefits as me, but there is no doubt that simple Acquittals regularly change the lives of all the positive and immediate. Like many other changes can claim that they are so fast, so simple and deep?

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