How to Become a More Positive Person

You're reading How to Become a More Positive Person, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. The vast majority of our behavior is habitual. As much as we feel like we are thinking throughout the day, and making conscious decisions, much of our activity is driven by deeply ingrained habits. The question is, how did these habits form? The answer lies in our subconscious mind. This is the non-thinking mind. It faithfully carries out mental commands just like a computer obediently follows digital code. The subconscious mind is largely programmed before the age of 6 or 7 years. In these early stages of development, the conscious mind is not fully developed, and therefore our environment has direct and unhindered access to the subconscious. This explains why we speak the language we do, why we like the foods we like, why we dress the way we do, and so much more. Many attitudes, beliefs, likes, dislikes, biases, and attitudes are rooted deep in this part of the mind from a very early age. This occurred without our knowledge or consent. The “programmers” of our minds in these formative years are the people we spend the most time with. These are typically our parents, siblings, relatives, friends, neighbors, clergy-people, and teachers. Our minds are wide open to the suggestions they expose us to - mostly through their words and actions. Most of us are completel...
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Source: Toxicology Reports - Category: Toxicology Source Type: research
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