Doesn’t Feed The Bad Wolf

An elderly Cherokee Native American was teaching his grandchildren about life…

An elderly Cherokee Native American was teaching his grandchildren about life… He was quoted saying in their mind, “A fight is being conducted inside me, it is a terrible fight which is between two wolves.  CISCO Certifications List  One wolf is evil-he is fearful angry, jealous and negative. The opposite is good-he is happy, peaceful, positive and content. The grandchildren contemplated it to get a minute, after which one asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win, Grandfather?” The Elder smiled and replied, “Whichever wolf you feed.”

The human brain produces approximately 70,000 thoughts on an average day. Not every these thoughts are useful, so we certainly don’t act upon every thought – that could be a great deal of actions! We filter out those thoughts we think are ‘useful’ so we disregard others.  CISCO Training Courses So essentially, we choose which thoughts we hear.

The point of the story is all people have both bad and the good thoughts floating their heads everyday – the secret to success is deciding which of such you may tune in to. It is a simple equation: Feed the mental poison and you’re more likely to end up experiencing negative states such as stress, anxiety, fear, anger and sadness. That states will often sabotage your life in some way. Feed the positive thoughts and you are clearly planning to experience happiness, fun plus an all-round feeling of peace, plus you is more likely to achieve what you would like in life.

In-fact imagine how different your daily life would be in the event you didn’t listen to any mental poison simply listened to the positive ones.  CCNA Class Imagine what you could achieve.

It comes from an easy choice……you choose.

Simple Life Strategy: don’t feed the wolf

Here’s my 5 top points to relieve symptoms of negative opinions:

1. Awareness

2. Don’t react

3. Control the 1st negative thought.

4. Try to find positive evidence.

5. Realize that you’re not your thoughts.

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