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Rosa Parks said:
“You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right”
If it is right to create wonderful opportunities to help us to have a better world, then let’s be a revolutionary thinker doing the right things without fear. The highest truth about being a revolutionary thinker lays in creating and not competing.
Let’s do a revolutionary change in our thoughts! Let’s use our creative ideas for building a revolutionary life, like Steve Jobs creative ideas did for our lives.
Jesus walked on this planet and all his teachings still changing lives. What do we need in order to change our regular thoughts and to switch them in to higher thoughts? Many great thinkers already explained it, all we need it’s to switch our thoughts!
Let’s review some of those famous quotes from great thinkers:
“Every thought of form, held in thinking substance, causes the creation of that form”
“Dare to live the life you have dreamed for yourself. Go forward and make your dreams come true.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
“He wears his faith but as the fashion of his hat”
“One of the things I learned when I was negotiating was that until I changed myself, I could not change others.”
“It’s not about being physically incarcerated, but not being mentally incarcerated”
What is that we need to change in our lives that will help us to switch our lives from being a regular person to a revolutionary thinker?
Let’s share some tips:
- Read about great thinkers, learns about their observations about life.
- Question everything!
- Share time with yourself in reflection.
- Invest time in being present in your own life.
- Have courage to live in truth.
- Visualize the life you would like to have.
- Write your personal and life goals every day.
- Be willing to accept what needs to be changed!
- Know your passions.
- Pursuit your purpose in life.
Our biggest purpose in life it’s to find what do we truly love to do. It’s always about love- that it’s the ultimate truth in us. Once we found what our passions are, we are ready to start creating a revolutionary life for ourselves and others.
Blog entry is a colaboration of Gina Suzanne Resto-Webb
The writer of Spiritual Health was born in Costa Rica. Started acting in TV commercials when she was only 10 years old and since then have been studying acting. For the last 25 years of his artistic life has been living between New York, Miami and Costa Rica acting for different productions. She is working on her third Master’s degree for Educational Theater. After completing her first two master’s degrees in Spanish Literature and Bilingual Education she created Creative Language Workshops (creativelanguageworkshops.com)
Mea culpa! Mea culpa! Mea culpa!
I’ve been a lifetime … moody. I do not know is like if the Italian and the Spanish meet occasionally and fight among themselves. I don’t try to fight with them because it’s worse. A search through my own I managed to calm them, and apply various techniques to deal as they say … with my bad temper. Is like milk boiling rapidly on me. The only one saying my therapies do not work, is mybrother, who always fights me and I fight back. But I tell you, my techniques have worked, because we almost don’t fight anymore. I think it may be that lately, I feign insanity, but the truth is that with these natural tips your bad mood will improve, and if not at least you’ll keep controlled!.
Breathe! Breathing slowly and deeply several times can do wonders for the brain responses and your mood.
Focus on the present. Thinking about the future with anxiety or guilt in the past tends toworsen mood.
Do not hold negative feelings. Try to visualize this: take a deep breath and imaginebreathing involves negative feelings. As you exhale, imagine the worries, frustrations or whatever anxiety you have goes away from you to be handled by a “higher power”.
Do something. Sometimes you can forget the worries by doing something that distractsthe problem, for example, organize your desk, read the comic sections, anything that makes you think of something different.
Confess it. Talk to someone understanding can help to some extent.
Write it. If you have trouble letting go of negative emotions, try writing your feelings, as I just told you about my bad mood.
Take a break. Try to “escape” at least a few minutes and go to a private place where you can concentrate on your breathing.
Make an exercise you like. A brisk walk for 10 minutes can improve your mood, especially outdoors and during daylight. Or you can dance, to me it improves my mood a lot.
You can also take Bach Rescue Remedy is great for stress and that will lower your bad mood!