Changing Paradigms – a multitude of Habits

Changing  Paradigms or Habits, oh those nasty habits. We developed habits from training, influences, remarks, and practice. We develop many habits in our life, some are good and others are bad.

Tips To Improve Yourself By Changing Your Paradigms

Good habits we can keep, but if one needs to improve his life the dangerous habits have to change. Getting rid of dangerous Paradigms, however, is not easy, particularly if a habit is involved.

For this reason, let us take several steps and see how we can change this.

Until you make the unconscious conscious it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”- C.G. Jung

How can you change your habits and improve your life?

Making excuses:

People wander by means of life, making excuses. Anytime an individual sees something difficult, they are going to usually make excuses why they can not deal with the problem. “This is  how I am.” This is a frequent problem in the world,  we have all heard this often.

If you are willing to improve yourself, it is essential to say, “This habit is something keeping me from living a better life, and I have the power to change this”.

The first key to being able to improve your life is to stop making excuses. Seeing this reality is the only way. You can improve your personal life by stopping to make excuses.

If you realize the truth of this, make a commitment, and get rid of old habits and replace them with better and new ones.

Read here What are paradigms?

How To change your Habits

How can you change your habits?

For Example :

Start your day with gratitude. Instead of thinking of all the tasks you want to accomplish. Think of ten things you are grateful for. This takes only a few minutes, and you can do it even while brushing your teeth. You will have a better attitude, and it will change your whole day.

“When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive—to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love—then make that day count!”-Steve Maraboli

“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues but the parent of all others.”- Marcus Tullius Cicero

Stop judging others and yourself.

It is a frequent mistake people make. Judging brings us nowhere. It only creates chaos.
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”-Carl Gustav Jung

“Judgments prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.”-Wayne Dyer
“The highest form of human intelligence is to observe yourself without judgment.”-Jiddu Krishnamurti

Do you think negatively? 

“I can’t change this. “My life is filled with nonsense, and I don’t like it anymore”. Why me?” Start learning to get aware of these destructive thoughts and negative self-talk.  Look for the good in seemingly bad things, there is always something to learn from it.

Look for the better!

Say,” I can change things, and I am going to.” Instead of saying life is filled with nonsense, accept it as truth but move forward and make your life better. “Why me” is a standard question, which nobody is aware of why,  simply accept it, make different choices and move ahead. If you feel negative, ask yourself why?

What are you doing that makes you feel this way? Do you have people around you who make you feel like this? Change it and be more often with people who support and accept you. We can not change anybody; however, we can change how we feel about it.

Begin changing your habits by taking little steps.

Don’t get frustrated if it may take time. It will not change overnight. Get aware of your habits and paradigms and eliminate the bad ones. Make modifications to enhance your life.

Paradigms are the hinge that the better life swings on.-Bob Proctor

Look for support and feedback while you are working on your self-improvement. Find someone you can trust and ask to assist you and give you suggestions when needed. There are many programs and teachers who can help you. Read my review of Six Minutes to Success

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