It is probably not a surprise to you that positivity is, inherently, at the centre of positive psychology.
Positivity doesn’t always refer to simply smiling and looking cheerful, however—positivity is more about one’s overall perspective on life and their tendency to focus on all that is good in life.
A positive attitude is not just about sporting that smile on your face every time, it is more than that. It is about maintaining that optimistic mindset and attitude even when things are in utter chaos. It is often said that what good or bad diet does to your body, positive and negative thoughts do the same to your mind! Feed your mind with positive thoughts and you will see amazing changes around you.
Here are a few more reasons why should develop a positive attitude in life:
Happiness: A positive attitude is known to be linked with the feeling of happiness. Happiness is a state of mind; it comes from within and not dependent on external factors. When you think positively, you will be in harmony and feel happy. To put it simply, with a positive attitude, you can be happy right now … irrespective of any situations you are in.
Self-confidence: When you develop a positive attitude, you will start feeling better about yourself. You will treat yourself with more respect and love, and this in turn will boost your confidence levels and inner strength. You will take on new challenges and come out of your self-limiting beliefs.
Most of us have had experienced one or more of these reactions during the prolonged lockdown. We are overwhelmed by the feeling as if your brain is hijacked by stress and grief.
Positive thinking is a way of living the life with comfort and is 99% effective. People like staying with positive people as they are more trustworthy and helpful. So, to use this weapon in life a person needs more than just to be aware of its existence. he needs to adopt the attitude of positivity in everything he does.