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Chapter 4 

Mindfulness builds a positive attitude 

Who and what are you? 

Have you ever actually asked yourself that question? 

Why Not? If you have not! 

Beyond your emotions and character of personality, beyond your values and core beliefs, at your core of inner self, who and what are you? 

How often have you looked at your reflection in the mirror and said to yourself, "Is this all that I am?"  

When was the last time you paused to really question why am I here? And what can I achieve? 

With mindfulness, empowerment is truly at the finger tips to achieve a new worry, fear and doubt-free person in your inner/outer core of psychosocial interaction. Through mindfulness you will get to know who you truly are and what you can become in the eyes of others.  

When the pressure is on stay calm and use mindfulness. 

When you develop an ability to remain calm when you are under pressure, it means that in all likelihood, you are less than likely to suffer the effects of worry, stress and the condition of anxiety. Having a calm approach to life will mean you are healthier and will have more higher levels in your productivity. This then provides you with the sensual control over circumstances and events in your life. This will give you self-control when it comes to your emotions and thoughts. As I have said emotions are the biproduct of hormonal physical feelings because you are becoming sensual. Emotions such as stress and worry cause thoughts. Staying calm when you are under pressure will cause the ability to create better focus on the things you are trying to achieve, in the right way and at the right time. By remaining calm you will do and say things in a positive action that will show you as a confident person.  

This is how the psychosocial scene works with a circadian cycle that is an optimistic attitude. It allows you to communicate in better real-time to get the results. In communication that is calm to relate your needs and the requirements that make you psychosocially more effective and intelligent. It is calmness that makes the emotional logic behind decision-making a wilful act of an optimist. 

If you want to gain the rewards from the act of calmness and what it can bring to your life, you will need to become more mindful. By being in a state of mindfulness, will mean being more focused in bodily attention of yourself, being focused on the present moment and being more emotionally centred. It also leads to having no regrets about the past and letting go of it. You will need to redirect yourself in your mind away from current stresses by refocusing your emotions away from thoughts of the future processes the present brings. 

 It is in a mindful way of being aware of your bodily self that creates being mindful.  

To be mindful means being present within the bodily moments as they emerge, so as you can remain logical. When you are logical via reacting to things without possibilities of emotional stressors, you will find the confidence to find immediate answers. That will help in the solving of your career and societal life problems and decision-making. 

To gain the state of being calm takes patience because becoming aware of your body in a sublime consciousness takes time. Sometimes understanding events and the circumstances of your life takes time sometimes to understand.  

Much like the body language methods I have already been mentioning it takes time to become self-aware of these body feelings that then creates emotions that can lead to positive or negative thought. You need time and patience to gain a deeper insight of your feelings and the emotions that are created. This self-awareness at this level will vastly improve your decision-making. Also, your body mentalist attitude of communication with others. There is only one way to find true calmness and that is having patience to notice the body via mindfulness of perseverance.  

Calmness also requires a belief in yourself and of course becoming optimistic in your thought process via cognitive reframing. By gaining optimism you gain the strength of motivation instead of thought and negative impact body language. This latter creates doubt, worry, stress and onto negative states of their pessimistic thoughtful emotions. Negative impact body language is the state of the body/brain barrier of its neuroplasticity. This body/brain barrier is cortisol produced by the brain in the adrenal glands on top of the kidneys. 

Motivation is needed for the journey of the dark fog of your thoughts of negativity created by your negative impact body language. That negative impact is the result of hormones. Faith is needed because you need to find your way through the emotions that block your way via the stressors of the body/brain barrier of cortisol. This cortisol is a primary stressor of the body/brain barrier causing the state of fear/doubt in the evolution of the amygdala. Because of emotions, over the years, plasticity has made you accept what you are in your life lessons. You can however change these emotional stressors by becoming self-aware of what the emotions do to your body and facial muscles. Doing this causes you to enter the state of being present in the here and now moments.  

Optimism will cause you to find emotional desire to succeed. It will give you what you need to move forward and self-belief will come from that and cause the provision of courage. All this can be gained allowing you to overcome the negative state that has made you and your emotional body of plasticity via cortisol. You can and will, achieve overcoming obstacles, if you start to remain calm by becoming self-aware. 

Questions that form an optimist in mindfulness of meditation. 

Before we move along there are some questions regarding stress and pressure and what is needed for cognitive reframing: 

Why am I responding in this fashion? 

What things cause me to be negative and lose my cool? 

What do I look like when I am under stress or pressure? 

Does responding in this way cause me stress? If so, how do I react? 

How do I respond in a way that can help? 

How does a vocal trigger affect my physical and emotional responses? 

What people, situations and circumstances cause me to fail to pressure and stress? 

You will find these are the questions you need to ask yourself at a thoughtful level. In mindfulness this type of questioning is in meditation. So, at times when you have a quiet moment lay down or sit and close your eyes. Start to breathe and slowly lowering the breath. By lowering the breath, you will succumb to thought as mindfulness. You can then start to question your sublime consciousness of the sleep/wake cycle. Here the plasticity of hormones and neuroplasticity can start to be challenged. In this state of mindful meditation positivism is still at a conscious level.  

So, what I am trying to explain is that, it is conscious self-behavioural analysis. By asking the questions you can start to become self-aware of maybe fear, worry and confusion entering your expression.  

If you are patient the dark fog of hormones will eventually clear. This then, allowing you mindfulness meditation of using cognitive reframing to challenge your emotional thoughts that are usually stressed or worried or doubtful.  

You may even feel doubtful now, but to achieve this positive change in your attitude takes time and patience. After all it is not conscious interaction you are changing with just a single word like 'why me!'? It is your biological chemistry and that takes time and patience before it starts to right itself. 

Start by practising in the morning before going to work or starting your daily routine for a few minutes. Then again at lunch time, even if you are at work, just close your eyes and breathe. Do it once more at some time in the evening.  

As you learn to meditate like this you will find it becomes easier to follow the body muscles that form your confusion, frustration, worry and fear. This can, as you become more self-aware, make you, consciously sublime thought. This is mediation of mindfulness and self-behavioural programming.  

If it were a self-hypnosis recording that you were listening to, it would be a neuro-linguistic programming session.  

This however, that I am explaining, is positivism or direct self-behavioural programming. It is much more potent and you will find you become optimistic. That will cause, via this form of mindfulness called meditating, for you to become self-aware and mindful of your emotional body.  

Just close your eyes for a few minutes, a few times a day and breathe. You will at a point return to this webpage to retrieve the questions or remember them. Use these insights throughout this webpage to help you make better choices for moving towards becoming positive in a psychosocial presence. 

As you go about your daily routine after you have started meditating, you will find the usual moments of your type of stress and pressures. You might find that something unexpected happens. At this moment your usual self, might spin your emotions out of control. You might even end up seeming as though the world has fallen onto your shoulders. Don't forget to shrug your shoulders and smile slightly.  

At these times a steady hand and the shrug and smile will allow you to remain calm in your mind. By doing this you are making a positive decision to show optimism in your emotional body language that will start to change your hormonal levels, away from stressors of cortisol. And yes, it will change your life lessons of plasticity in the body/brain barrier. 

If you are under pressure or stress and worry it can be hard to remove yourself from the situation, especially if you are at work. What you can do is the mindful body technique of slow and fast blinking. This will help calm you down. It works as cortical rebooting the consciousness by allowing the brain to better process information. 

When you get the time, even if you are outside or at work ask yourself thoughtfully, these questions once you have gone beyond the breathing technique with the eyes closed: 

What made me feel pressured? 

What was the exact moment that triggered my emotional feelings? 

Was it an internal or external reaction that truly caused the emotions of stress and pressure? 

What is the expression I have now, right at these moments? 

Am I seeing things correctly at this present moment? 

Am I correctly interpreting my thoughts and emotions? 

Is it my perspective that triggered the emotional stress and pressure? 

Sometimes the things that trigger your stressful, pressured emotions and feelings are just the daily routines building up the hormone of cortisol. The pressure and stress might not be external, but just your body clock of plasticity. It is an important thing for you to realise that it is your own internal process, because to change this thing might only take a simple shift in your body perspective away from a negative impact body language notion. These are phantoms in the body and something that will fade if you are self-aware at the 'startle point' of 'fight or flight' in cortisol. This is the area of the body/brain barrier of the sympathetic nervous system where the ‘startle point’ is usually internal. It is internal, because it is your negative self, moving to ‘fight’ in the primordial state of irrational biological chemistry phantoms. This irrational ‘startle’ then flips momentarily to ‘flight’ and the body muscles respond. It is all a matter of catching the notion as a groupage when meditating to remove that negative impact body language notion of cortisol, as a whole product of heuristic. Foods can help with this cortisol production and here are some of them: 

  • Probiotics in foods that contain soluble fibre. 

  • Black and green tea. 

  • Probiotics in yogurts. 

  • Pears and bananas 

  • Dark chocolate. 

Gaining clarity in mindfulness. 

Gaining clarity in mindfulness training is like a whispered word of thought that is mumbled to fool the parasympathetic body/brain nerve into body notional responses to the hormones in the body and that then causes the brain to be fouled away from ‘flight’. 

Sometimes, as I have already started discussing the triggers that take you away from calmness are phantoms of the mind. These can be relieved, dislodged and forgotten with mindfulness meditation. They are emotional stresses, from the hormones and the primary stressor of the body/brain barrier is cortisol. So anyway, the nest step in your training of mindfulness is to use meditation of self-behavioural analysis of questions mumbled on the lips of: 

What is the cause that prevents me from gaining what I want? 

What do I actually gain from doing this? 

I breathe and relax with my eyes closed why? 

What is my desired outcome from this? 

It is of importance to gain clarification to what it is you want in your life for the new lessons of plasticity to form in your life. A life lesson attitude of becoming an optimist, or even achieving the state where you become totally mindful.  If you are mindful about what you want, by meditating in the sublime consciousness, then when you awaken from meditation the experience of decision-making becomes a present moment enactment of what you have sublimely inputted. The process of thought has been placed one step back from your wakefulness and so you gain calmness in conscious processes. By gaining clarity about your desired outcomes, will cause you to consciously filter out those irrational and unnecessary thought factors with self-awareness of body. By gaining clarity of consciousness you can reprioritise the things that cause you to focus on feelings of self-awareness. That then causes you to become mindful. By being clarified feelings change and emotions have a chance to become a more positive attitude in your decision-making of the prefrontal cortex. In this process the fear/doubt in the amygdala will also be eased. 

In meditation of gaining clarity of the emotions, question yourself like this: 

Where do I begin, to be successful and get through the negative impact body language situation? 

What is most important to be doing here and why? 

What is not important and what is relevant?  

What are my best body processes of emotional body language? 

It you are meditating laying down, or you find that you are slouched, then sit up straight whilst keeping the eyes closed. Start breathing again to relax yourself back into a meditative state. When you go through questions like these in the decision-making processes of gaining mindful clarity periodically raise the thumbs or a thumb you are confident with. By doing this, you will allow the hormones the processes, that confirm your body is becoming more positive and confident in its feelings of attitude. In body language the ‘flight’ symptom of stress, pressures, worrying are alleviated in your plasticity of the body/brain barrier. However, should doubt creep into your decision-making because your meditation became distracted or a confused frown appeared, downturn the thumbs, but shrug at the confusion. 

The first thing to change in meditation is the brain chemistry and this causes changes in the blood flow. Here is what takes the time to change and that is the tissues of the body. These are largely fixed and can be the cause of the ‘startle’ response. As the tissue changes over the course of months and even years, you will start to begin a new life lesson course of plasticity in the decision-making processes of ‘fight or flight’ in the limbic system and chiefly its prefrontal cortex. 

Be attentive to be mindfully empowering. 

When you are in a stress or pressure situation, it is absolutely critical that you actually give attention to what is being said and listen to the details with a clarity. In those details you will find details, where the answers and the opportunities are that can make you move in a forward direction. When a pressure or what is usually stressful, is presents to you, your natural feeling and emotions may usually be that you are biologically chemically overwhelmed. In these circumstances it is better just to listen and take the information in and smile, nod at times where you find agreement. What you need to do first to start gaining relief from the stressfulness and sometimes worry, is to start by using your body language. Because you might have something to say it might only arrive at your thought zone. These thoughts are because you are being overwhelmed with emotions that need release. Body language can release these emotions and cause you to clarify your agreement or disagreement with body clarification.  

Usually people that are stressed or worrying about outcomes, group all their concerns and problems into one large and messy pile in their head, causing negative impact body language. In this way, there is no separation in them, with things that need present time clarification.  Everything becomes a heuristic plasticity and that causes overwhelming thoughts.  

A better way to deal with these feelings and emotions is to just relax and pay attention to the verbal details and use the body. Do not try to speak, just be attentive and let your body do the work. Be attentive to the little ideals of the conversation and build to the critical points and if your body is in motion with clarity, the conversation, instead of thought will follow. By relaxing away from the pressure and stress of wanting to speak, thought will not ensue. This will allow you to become more attentive and pick up on more, instead of thinking your way through an important event at work for example. 

Asa result you will feel less stressed and no longer bundle all the stresses into a thoughtful zone to relieve stressors. Allow the body to do that for you. This will result in the bundles of emotion, no longer be one big uncontrollable urge to speak. Speaking where your natural plasticity never usually allows you to. By using the body, you will see things differently and with more attentiveness in your attitude. This will give your mindful eye (chakra third eye) the individual pieces that are part of the larger story in events. In the larger picture you think, at critical points in the conversation. This is because of the psychosocial events that naturally build you to think. This thinking is the stress caused by the natural vocal action of authority. It is empowering language where usually input would be for you to answer something, instead you have gotten yourself into the cycle of thinking or clamming up. 

With empowering language, the mindset you bring to pressure yourself is a critical point in this discussion. A part of the mindset you use is in the conversation, you do actually get to use. It is where you talk down your attitude in the natural flow of emotional tones in key points of your interaction. This causes your emotions to naturally cause you into silence again. However, if you do say something, start including the input from that by continuing with your clarifying body notions This type of language will help you to remain calm and attentive. When the pressure zone of the interaction has passed and you have started using your body language use your empowering mindfulness of meditation to say to yourself: 

I have started to handle the situations by..... 

I am more in control because I used body language and..... 

The empowering clarity will cause me to be calm and listen more..... 

I can be more calmed and focused using body language of.... 

Using this type of language afterwards will make you become more focused and centred the next time. You will start as you progress to feel more in control of your emotions because without the stresses of speaking, your emotions will be calm. In this way you will alleviate the stress you usually get from cortisol. You will be more able to make better decisions, listen to those authoritative key points and move forward. This will help you work through the pressures of situations far more effectively and also build your confidence. 

Another aspect to consider about empowering language is the processes of asking question that are right and for you in the moment. The type of questions that will help you stay calm, focused and emotionally centred by remaining attentive. For example, during a pressure or stress situation if you start to think, continue those thoughts with these questions to yourself: 

What is good about this? 

How does being calm help me? 

Does remaining calm vocally and using certain body notions, get me through the situation successfully? 

What are the benefits of remaining calm? 

These questions will allow you to help maintain your calm emotions. They will aid you to redirect those stressed emotions of thought in a more positive and helpful way. 

Avoiding unhelpful thinking habits at key points in psychosocial interaction of tonal authority is via body language. Unhelpful thoughts include blaming yourself and other people, or blaming your circumstances. You as a stressed worrier will tend to over-analyse a situation that gets you lost in the details of thought. This only magnifies the situation of not listening attentively. Your thoughts may over-dramatize circumstances or events in unhelpful methods. Thinking instead of using your body notions will nearly always be unhelpful. Thinking unnecessarily will only cause you frustration and prevent you from getting yourself into moving forwards in a controlled and calmed method. 

Instead think about what you can do that relaxes you during communication that you find stressful. Once you have gotten these unhelpful thoughts under control, using body notions, you will then gain control over your feeling and emotions. This will cause your plasticity of decision-making to naturally start using the mindful silence of body language. This will of course eventually empower you to listen and speak more. This body language will be exactly what you need, to help you get through pressure situations, without the natural plasticity of stress induced thought. 

Like with negative impact body language, so psychosocial authoritative tones cause your natural thought processes via your emotions. Being mindful means using the body interpretation of feelings. So, saying, the body is used to express mindfulness. 

For you to go through pressure and stress situations with more effectiveness, you need to find ways of becoming, a more calmed and relaxed person. Meditation and breathing are the way to achieve that. Calmness is a state of mindfulness, but to achieve the state of being mindful, you will need new habits. These new habits will come in the form of behaviours. By gaining mindful body behaviours will potentially cause you a little more time to relax and be attentive, but will also give you time to self-reflect thoughts that can change your mind to a more positive attitude. 

Calmness starts from within you at a psychological level of feelings and emotions. However, emotions are psychological. It can be difficult to remain calm if you live in a world that is psychologically chaotic, frantic or disorganised. So, saying, it is vitally important that you start to build an environment that makes it more than easy to maintain a calm psychological mindful state.  

Building a calming daily lifestyle. 

During the day there may be moments that are hectic and frantic. This is as you know part of the daily working life. Working around that fact is not always easy. Let them hectic moments happen and do not resit them. Use breathing and your new-found body language. What you need to find during your routine is that time where you can balance your routine with self-reflection. You can do this by going for a lunch time walk, or sitting quietly with your eyes closed, when work is slack at times. 

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