How To Renew Your Mind : Your mind is the first thing to be renewed. The mind is the central processing unit of your life. It takes in all the details, interprets them and then sends out commands to every other part of your being – physical, emotional and spiritual. Your body may be functioning perfectly fine, but if you’re not thinking clearly about everything else in life it won’t do you much good.
How To Renew Your Mind
Stop focusing on what is wrong.
Focus on the positive. Rather than focusing on what is wrong, it is better to focus on what is right in your life. This will help you maintain a positive attitude and outlook, which will make you more productive in everything you do.
Focus on the present. If you are constantly thinking about all of the things that are wrong in your life or worrying about all of the problems that may occur at some point in the future, then it is hard for your mind to focus on anything else—even if those thoughts are negative and keep you from enjoying today’s experiences. Instead of worrying about things that haven’t happened yet, try living each day as if it were its own gift because each one really is a gift!
Focus on goals instead of problems: When we think about our goals and dreams instead of our problems (or someone else’s), we’ll feel happier overall because we’re focusing our minds where they belong: finding solutions rather than dwelling on obstacles.”
Make a list of everything good in your life or that you are grateful for.
Writing down your thoughts is a great way to build on your mental focus and gain clarity. In addition, there are benefits that apply specifically when it comes to writing down what you’re grateful for. When we take the time to be grateful for our lives, we often discover something new about ourselves or our situation. Noting these things helps us see how much good there is in our lives and creates balance between negative and positive thoughts.
Treat yourself like you would a best friend.
Treat yourself like you would a best friend.
If you were to describe your best friend to someone, what would they be like? Would they be kind and considerate of others? Would they be honest with themselves and others? Would they treat themselves well, or do things that make them feel guilty or ashamed afterward? If the answer to any of those questions was no, then why do we expect our friends (or ourselves) to act differently than we do?
As an introvert who values time alone in order to recharge my batteries and recharge my mind, I often see this as one of the most valuable aspects of being an introvert. However, it can sometimes take me awhile before I realize how important it is for me personally. In fact, sometimes even now when I’m feeling down about something in life—whether personal or professional—I’ll think: “Oh well…I need some downtime anyway!” And then I’ll spend several days on Netflix binge watching movies until all those feelings go away….But really: Why should this self-care come at the expense of feeling good about yourself? Why can’t self-care also mean treating yourself well by doing things that make you happy instead of just hiding from reality because “now isn’t a good time”?
Remove anything that is negative from your mind.
It is important to remove anything that is negative from your mind. Get rid of any negative people in your life and cut ties with them. Do not listen to music that distresses you or makes you feel sad or angry; instead, listen to something pleasant and uplifting. If there are books in your home that make you feel sad because they remind you of a painful time in your life, get rid of them! Remove harmful people from being part of your social media circle by unfriending them if possible or blocking them so they cannot see what is going on in your life.
Live in the now, not the past or the future.
When you’re thinking about the past, you’re not living in the present.
When you’re worrying about the future, you’re not living in the present.
When you’ve got a lot on your plate and are stressed out because of it, it’s easy to get carried away with thoughts about what could be or should have been or might happen tomorrow. But when we live according to our emotions and not our minds, we miss out on all sorts of opportunities for joy today—and stress tomorrow.
Listen to empowering and positive people and music.
There are many ways to keep your mind positive, but one of the simplest is to listen to positive people and music.
When you’re having a bad day, turn on some positive podcasts or music that can help you feel better. When you’re in a good mood and need some energy, listen to the same things again—it will refresh your mood!
Renewing your mind is the key to happiness.
The renewal of your mind is the key to happiness. You can’t change the past, but you can change the future. You can’t change what other people think, but you can change how you react to it. You can’t change the weather, but you can change your attitude (even though I personally prefer rainbows over snow and ice).
I have always been fascinated with how people approach life in general. Some people see things as a challenge and others see them as an obstacle that needs to be overcome. The difference between these two mindsets is one word: “can’t” vs.”won’t.”
By taking care of your mind, you can live a happier and more fulfilled life. This is because your mind is the most valuable tool you have. By investing in it and keeping it healthy, you will be able to use it to its full potential. If you are interested in getting started on this journey towards renewal, I would recommend starting with my FREE 7 day course entitled “How To Renew Your Mind” – which will teach you everything you need to know about the process.