More productive and less destructive messages

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More productive and less destructive messages

Hello, how wonderful to see you here! I invite you to stay and read the few lines below.

Developing healthy habits is not as hard as it may seem. Often, when we read about “healthy habits”, eating healthily, exercise and sleep come to mind. But healthy habits go far beyond these three concepts and today I want to talk to you about another very important one.

Have you ever noticed that focusing on something tends to amplify it? Let me give you an example:

“You are in the living room, watching TV and suddenly you hear a dipping sound coming from the sink. It makes you uncomfortable and you immediately pay more attention to it. After a few minutes that little noise has become louder and reverberates more powerfully in your head, to the point of despair”.

The same goes for the messages you give to yourself. If you repeat day after day:

  • “I’m sick.”
  • “I’m tired.”
  • “I can’t take it anymore.”

Then these messages will grow and grow until they are all you can think about and become almost unstoppable.

This is The power of the word.

I recommend that instead of looking inside yourself for “destructive messages”, as we all tend to, you should dare to feel more appreciated, motivated and driven by positive messages that allow you to live more peacefully and fully.

Do not wait for productive messages to come from outside. You cannot expect others to provide encouragement, you have to do it yourself!

We cannot leave in the hands of others the momentum we need to move forward. We must dare to take our lives in our own hands and create encouraging, productive and effective messages, with a single purpose.

I invite you to make some changes in your messages, change…

  • “I’m very tired today” to “My energy is not so high today, but I can still do something”
  • “I’m in pain” to “I’m in pain, I’ll try to control it”
  • “I can’t” to “I’ll try even though I know it’s hard”
  • “Others don’t understand me” to “I don’t need others to understand me”

Thank you for being here and making it all the way to the end. I invite you to put these small changes into practice for a while and dare to feel the magic in you. Pao.

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