These are some simple tricks to change our perspective on life , however, simple does not mean easy, and easy does not necessarily mean fast either. For the change to be effective it must be a decision, not just a modification, the change comes from within and is transmitted in actions.

Everything that worries you in your world, must be changed in your immediate reality, in this way you will change your vision of the world while you get closer to what you expect from others.

On multiple and varied occasions we come across adverse situations in our life. These are natural, they are part of the life of any human being who dedicates himself to doing things. With this in mind, it is a waste of time and effort to lament over the stones we find along the way: they are ultimately not dependent on us, unless we insist on stumbling over them.

What we can do is change our perspective , not reality itself but the lens from which we contemplate it. Although this sounds complicated, it is not at all, it is enough to modify one of our main tools to relate to reality and life: language.

The change you must see in yourself first

People tend to think of perception as a passive process. We see, hear, smell, taste or feel stimuli that affect our senses. We believe that if we are objective, we record what is really there. However, perception has been shown to be an active rather than a passive process; Build more than record “reality.” You build how you choose to see the world .

Replace negative words in our life

The words we use on a day-to-day basis have much more force than we normally attribute to them. In reality, and unfortunately, they are often used so lightly that it is unbelievable how much they are underestimated. We invite you to read the power of words .

An excellent example is the word “but.” This usually has a devastating effect on whatever is placed before it. “I love you but …”, “I want to travel to Europe but airplanes scare me.” Prayer emphasis is placed on the difficulty . It is preferable to replace it with “and” or “in addition”, thus thinking more about the solution and not so much about the difficulty.

Change expressions and change perspective

Some people find themselves immersed in routines that are not pleasant or provide any type of pleasure, beyond some specific situations. If this is the case, the best thing to do is to change our lives diametrically . But if, on the contrary, we find ourselves in a pleasant context with negative exceptions, an excellent technique that can help is to change the “I have to” for the “I want”.

In certain situations, a subtle change like this can make the difference between a good day and a bad one. Changing our perspective on life is an opportunity to improve the quality of it through words .

Change your perception of others

We have an idea of ​​what someone should be, formed from feelings and first impressions, and it is not always easy to change that.

But when it becomes necessary to change our perception, or at least to try, it is for example when someone has hurt us either intentionally or indirectly. Sometimes it is intentional, but often it is not and we can hold on to a lot of resentment and negative energy that keeps us stuck, because we are not willing to let it go.

When you see things in a more positive light, you have an account that is having a bad day, and that has nothing to do with you. If you can let go of the pain and not hold the grudge, you can change the way you react to that person, and change your own life at the same time.

The change you want to see in the world also shapes the change you can make in your beliefs and in the quality of your eyes to perceive reality. It is not an easy task, but as in a relationship that you want to change or in many other aspects of life, it is necessary to start with yourself, that way you are taking responsibility for the part that you have to change.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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