Keep in mind that your belief is the cornerstone of your life. You will succeed if you believe in yourself. If you don't believe, your journey will be much more difficult.
This does not necessarily imply that you will fail, but you will have a more difficult time. Before you go on this journey to overcome your anxiety, you must first get your mind in the correct place. Otherwise, your thinking will constantly sabotage, undermine, and get in the way. You will quickly run out of steam as a result of your thinking.
So, what's the big deal about your mindset?
Your life is dictated by your mindset. Selective perception, selective analysis, selected response, and selective action = selective perception, selective analysis, selective response, and selective action, which produces selective reality.
What effect does your mindset have on your reality?
Whether you believe it or not, your mentality can assist you in editing your reality. I realize that's a strong word because editing changes the form of something. You alter its trajectory. You eventually alter its quality.
Every one of us is the editor of our own personal realities. It doesn't change the fact that most of us don't rise up to this obligation and take full ownership of it. This is something that we all have the potential to do.
This is how it functions. You have a way of thinking. Whether you like it or not, you have selected it at some point. It may not appear so, yet that is the case. It has been picked. If you didn't choose your mindset, you won't be able to keep it.
This is not a neutral mindset. When you take in all of these external stimuli from the outside world, you analyze them and give them meaning through your mentality. This is referred to as analysis.
It may appear natural, and it may appear to be an objective fact, but don't fool yourself. Because two people with two different mindsets can look at the same exact set of information and come to two completely different conclusions, this is subjective. That is the power of positive thinking.
Your attitude is influenced by your background, upbringing, how people treated you, any form of abuse you received, and the ideas you hold. It's also yours.
Guess what occurs when you process reality through the lenses of your mindset? That's correct. It has an impact on your emotional condition. As a result, you respond in a certain way to whatever is going on. When you answer, the rest of the world comes into play. Why is that? Well, there are consequences to every action you take.
There is a reaction to every action. That's how reality works. This is why, whether you realize it or not, when you embrace a specific perspective, you eventually end up with a certain reality.
And it's all up to you. You will continue to be the one who continues asking "What happened?" rather than the person who makes things happen unless and until you take full ownership of this.
Your mindset determines the outcome of your life.
You must accept responsibility for your own life. Because of your decisions, you're experiencing a lot of worries and feeling guilty or humiliated about certain things.
Please understand that I am not criticizing the victim in this situation. Maybe you were sexually abused, maybe you were a victim of a crime, maybe other people had a grudge against you and harmed you, but that's not the point.
The idea is that you are responsible for how you responded to those experiences since the same horrific incident can happen to two very different people, and they will have quite different reactions. I realize that this is an oversimplification, but it is the truth. How you view the world's inputs is heavily influenced by your thinking. How you perceive and accept reality is influenced by your thinking.
You must accept responsibility for this. You must publicly declare that you choose your life, with no ambiguity and with complete honesty and sincerity. Stop pointing the finger at others.
When you place blame on others, you give them power and control over your life. When you blame others for whatever has gone wrong in your life or, worse yet, your personal inadequacies, you are essentially handing up control of your life to them.
Consider this: if your father abandoned you as a child or your mother abused you as a child and caused all of your issues, who can eventually repair them? This isn't a difficult task. This should be a rather simple task.
To put it another way, who can make reparations if you stroll into a store and break something? Who is capable of putting everything back together? It's not the shopkeeper, as you may have guessed. Do you see what I'm getting at? Since the people you continue to blame "damaged your life," it stands to reason that they are the only ones who can fix it. They're the ones that broke it in the first place, so they're the ones who can fix it.
Here's the issue: Those folks are either living their lives or have passed away. They've vanished. They're no longer in your life, no matter how you slice and dice it. They've moved on with their lives. Continuing to wait for them to make a cameo appearance in your life in order to put things together is a recipe for disaster.
When you place blame on others, this is what happens. "I'm not accountable because this person did something at that time," you remark all the time, or "This situation happened to me."
Well, this is the most helpless thing you could possibly do to yourself because you're entrusting the answer to whatever ails you to people or conditions over which you have no control.
Trying to change oneself is difficult enough; can you imagine trying to change others? Can you picture attempting to persuade them to return to your life and restore it? There's a slim chance. They've moved on with their lives. They've evolved.
You must accept responsibility. You must take responsibility for your actions. It is up to you to take the initiative. I understand how painful it is because it is so unjust. What's more, guess what? Life is not always fair.
You must take that first step. "It may not have been my fault that this happened," you must admit, "but it is my obligation to myself that I accept how I handle this knowledge."
To put it another way, you stop blaming others and assume full ownership and responsibility for your life's events.
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