What is positive thinking?

Positive thinking focuses our attention on what can contribute to our better self. Positive thinking is a mental attitude in which you expect good and favourable results.

What is the purpose of positive thinking?

Positive thinking has the purpose of intervening on the content of your reflections and modifying your way of looking at life. It means approaching life’s challenges with a positive outlook.

In other words, a positive mind waits for happiness, health and a happy ending in any situation. It means looking forward and envisioning a better and happier life, and not being daunted by obstacles, problems or delays. With this frame of mind, you don’t accept defeat, and do not allow anything negative to affect your mood and state of mind.

What are the benefits of positive thinking

People who think positively tend to live healthier lives in general. It feed your self-worth.

How to practice positive thinking?

Even if you are not a natural-born optimist, there are things you can do to learn how to think positive and become a positive thinker.

To practice positive thinking is not to perceive oneself or to observe the world through rose tinted glasses. Neither does it mean denying negative emotions, which must be taken into account.

One of the first steps is to focus on your own inner monologue and to pay attention to your self-talk.


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