Thursday, September 11, 2008

3 Great Life Philosophies to Remove Sadness and Anxiety

Life philosophy 1

The world appreciates a person’s strong will, but
does not give pity for a person’s weak tears. A
determined person can overcome any difficulty, while
a weak-hearted one may never perform well with a
comfortable situation. Be strong.

Life philosophy 2

Over-speaking and over-thinking are useless and may
cause troubles. In this situation, the most important
thing is to make actions - moderate physical work or
physical exercises. Actions can strengthen your
determination; actions can adjust your hormones to a
better status and give you a calm mood.

Life philosophy 3

Non-sleeping rest does not mean stop doing and thinking
anything. Non-sleeping rest is not equal to being idle.
Actually, a person can not stop thinking as long as he/she
is awake. Being idle may lead to negative thinking which
will disturb you. Non-sleeping rest really means light
working (such as doing light house work) and light
thinking (such as planning a vacation). Do not let yourself
be idle.


Orpheus said...

There is a difference in your definition of "Non-sleeping rest" and meditation. If you are sitting idle, the untrained mind tends to motor on with its own self-talk, which can become negative as you stated. The process of meditation, however, helps an individual gain control over their idle thoughts and enter a state of calm oneness with the now.

It is possible to control the mind to a point of near-stillness - this is the theta brainwave state, which is the range one's brain is vibrating in when dreaming. This can be done without going to sleep.

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