According to Success Magazine, “4 Ways to Actively Reprogram Your Thoughts” by Michael Pietrzak, there are many ways to help your mindset towards your goals. Pietrzak writes, “Throughout our lives, we have unwittingly used this technique to program negative emotions, but we can do the same for patience, love, passion, and joy. How many of you know something intellectually but fail to apply that wisdom? You know jealousy will push your partner away, but you get angry when they talk to the opposite sex for too long, anyway. Thankfully there is a simple fix. “Your subconscious mind works more through feeling than language,” Gibson says. By leveraging strong emotion, we create a direct line to the operating instructions of your subconscious. Think about a time you were incredibly angry or hurt and changed a belief that you now hold? In my case, when I lost a business deal, I used my anger to replace an attachment to one specific version of success.”
One of the strategies the article mentions is a positive affirmation. “Positive affirmations have been known to be a valuable asset in understanding yourself and giving yourself confidence. It’s very effective because you hold power on how you see things and situations,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. If you affirm that you are a positive person and confident individual, then make sure your actions are leading up to that. Pietrzak says, “The idea here, upheld by the science of neuroplasticity, is that our brains are more susceptible to reprogramming under conditions of heightened emotion.”
“Training your mind should be a lifestyle. It is okay to take time to understand these thoughts and meditate if it helps your organize. Due to this negative thoughts can be turned into positive ones and newer strategies can form,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. At BC&P International, we believe in the ability to train thoughts into positivity. By practicing simple and effective methods, anything is possible.