Getting through life happily and peacefully requires us to understand the importance of balancing positive and negative emotions and working towards accepting anything that life may throw our way. An important factor in our ability to successfully connect to ourselves and other people is emotional awareness. Your thoughts are an integral part of who you are, and it is important to recognise them as well as your feelings, because they often guide your attitude in life. Try to monitor your thoughts for at least 5-10 min each day, analyse which areas of your life you are most hard on yourself, and also make a note of the way you talk to yourself. Observe if you have the habit of putting yourself down frequently. You need to keep in mind that when you practice self awareness you don’t have to like everything that you notice about yourself. It is about recognising your thoughts in order to figure out how to improve or change them. The process of self-acceptance starts with acknowledging the fact that we judge ourselves all the time, in order to be more self compassionate, so that every part of us can be valued. Accepting yourself and your circumstances is crucial to your happiness, and state of wellbeing.
It’s important to make sure that you are aware of the quality of your thoughts every day and during all different kinds of activities. Self-awareness is about knowing your values and beliefs, and it is also about knowing the way you perceive the world around you. Being aware of yourself is an important first step in knowing who you are as a person; and building self-awareness is the only way to change your behaviour and your reactions. Always remember that when you focus on what motivates you instead of your problems, you are able to see a world outside of the one you created inside your own head. You can use your emotions to make your life better if you prioritise positive emotions and stop listening to your ego. Don’t dwell on the past, especially if it’s negative or overwhelming. It’s vital to understand that dwelling on negative situations can be dangerous and cause you to become sad, inactive and unproductive.
Your perceptions of situations lead you to make conclusions about things that happened to you. Becoming aware of your perception can help you to analyse if you have the tendency to jump to negative conclusions. When you are true to your essence, you are able to recognise your emotions and act on them only when you know it is appropriate, but never randomly. When you have a situation where you notice that your emotions are not under control, take time to analyse your actions and beliefs about what occurred. You need to always try to observe your emotions without being overwhelmed by them, in order to achieve emotional balance. Then, take a moment to focus on writing down what you saw, heard, or felt that made you interpret the situation in the way that you did. Ask yourself if there could be outside factors that you are unaware of before making your mind about something.
It’s important to let go of your troubling thoughts, and send light to past events, in order to transform your feelings and welcome positive emotions. Setting some time aside each day, to nurture peace of mind, serenity, and calmness is the key to connect to your true self and improve your lifestyle. Sometimes, we worry so much about things and we fail to act. We need to understand that our emotional health is our top priority if we want to follow our path and be in control of our lives.
Focus on respecting yourself, every day. Find things that you appreciate and are grateful for in your life. Remember that excessive self-criticism leads to frustration and anxiety. When you are emotionally balanced, you feel connected to your intuition, you become more productive, better at making decisions, and more confident. Looking after your emotional wellness helps you get the very most out of life. Harmony and balance has nothing to do with your circumstances, it comes from within.
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