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Mind is a Flexible Mirror; Adjust it, To See A Better World - Sri Amit Ray

Mind is a Flexible Mirror; Adjust it, To See A Better World – Sri Amit Ray

Your external reality is the manifestation of your internal reality. You need to improve your internal reality to improve your external reality. Meaning, you must first form the positive images, sensations, and feelings of what you desire in your brain and hold them there.

You attract what you focus your attention on. So, if you are unhappy with the way things are going in your life at present, the first thing you should do is change your mindset and see the world in a better way.

The universe itself will try to make itself look like the images you generated in your mind. This is according to universal principles of how things happen to be and how they are attracted. As a result, your external world will begin to reflect your internal vision. The 114 chakras and 72000 nadis in the human body is constantly interacting with the universe and manifesting things according to your subconscious intentions . 

Moreover, in order to live authentically, you must first become familiar with your mindsets. Then only can you develop a thorough understanding of your life. You may find yourself trying to convince people and ignoring who you truly are. It may be result of your relentless pursuit of external validation and success.

Mind is a flexible mirror

 

Top 10 Mindsets and the Flexibility of your Mind

In this post, we discussed top ten mindset types to see the world in a better way. With mindfulness you can change your mindset and improve your life.Read More »Mind is a Flexible Mirror; Adjust it, To See A Better World – Sri Amit Ray

Mindfulness Growth Mindset and Neuroscience for Success

The fields of neuroscience, growth mindset, and mindfulness are all intimately connected to one another.

This article explored the neuroscience of growth mindset, and mindfulness. It also teaches you how to come out of your mental limitations and cultivate mindfulness and growth mindset. 

Many people believe that cultivating a development mindset and practicing mindfulness are the two most important factors in achieving contentment and pleasure in one’s life.

Even though life will try to knock you down, if you stick with your passions and create perseverance, grit, tenacity, and endurance, success will come to you eventually. The practice of mindfulness is shown to promote resiliency, grit, personal strength, and the ability to organize and structure one’s life. This article provides a summary of mindfulness, growth mindset, and the role that neuroscience plays in successful achievement. 

Mindfulness and Success Quotes

Resilience is your ability to deal with the ups and downs in life and bounce back from them. Grit is your motivational drive that keeps you on a difficult task over a sustained period of time. Growth mindset is a mindset that perceives challenges as an opportunity to learn and evolve rather than an obstacle to overcome. We are constantly evolving as we are interacting with the world. Mindfulness and growth mindset drives our evolution faster and on right tracks [1].

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is noticing what’s happening right now with your thoughts, in your body, and in the environment without judgement. You can practice mindfulness anytime – when you’re in the shower, planning your day, or washing the dishes. And every time you practice, you make a small shift toward more courage, calm, clarity, and perseverance. To be an mindful person you need to exhibit witnessing and non-judging qualities on a consistent basis. 

Witnessing:

Witnessing and self-distancing are the best tools for effective mindfulness. By practicing  witnessing, you can distance yourself from your mental tendencies. Your thoughts, emotions, and mental problems are transformed, by their merging in the silence and peace of the witness. You can sit for 10 to 15 minutes of mindfulness meditation. Turn your attention to the contents of your mind; the internal chatter and the images arising and dissolving  in your mind. You can label your thoughts and images. Always maintain an attitude of a detached and kind observer.Read More »Mindfulness Growth Mindset and Neuroscience for Success

Day 6: Twelve Important Lessons of Life

You need to experience life in order to learn the lessons. Here are twelve important life lessons that have stood the test of time. If you practice them regularly, you don’t need to learn them in a hard way.

Open the window of your mind. Allow the fresh air, new lights and new truths to enter. — Amit Ray

Five lessons to come out from the negative situations of life:

1. Help others and Bring more Meaning to Life

Try to help others that will bring more meanings to your life. If you think you are trapped in one negative situation of life, helping others will bring you out from the negative situations of life.

2. Life is to Radiate positive vibrations:

Kindness has no religionYou need to go back and understand the big picture of your life. Focus your energy to fulfill the the dreams of your life. Life is larger than your job.

3. Rebuild Life from Inside:

You need to stand up and look for joy in everything. If you are broken from the inside, you need to repair it from the inside.

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