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Complaining is a blindfold which blocks one from exploring solutions.

Successful people often don’t have the best things happen for them but they do frequently make the best of things that do happen. They make a habit of taking responsibility for the life they have and want to create as opposed to complaining whenever things do not go as expected. Complaining is a blindfold which blocks one from exploring and finding solutions.

If you want your life to improve and you want to consciously create a healthier happier abundant life (I know you do!), then delete your complaints channel from your brain’s DVR.  Complaining is very habit forming. Complaining creates a type of mental bookmark, or think of it like a favorite channel that your brain defaults into especially when you experience stress. Remember whatever we feed in life grows! Whatever we give our attention to becomes our life’s story and we empower it.  Do we really want our life story to be like a bad reality TV show where all the characters complain about life and blame everyone for their unhappiness? Do we want to be a star on that type of show? No! It’s time to remove that channel, the complaint channel from our brain’s DVR (digital video recorder) and learn to replace it with our own network of terrific programming!

When one makes a habit of complaining, the brains creativity to come up with solutions is compromised. Complaining fits into the same category as worrying. Someone once said worrying is like praying for what you don’t want to happen! It is a form of visualizing the reverse of what we want to experience in life. So you can see how this is a good thing to stop doing.

I’m going to say this again because it’s important to stay aware of. Whatever we focus on we create more of and we create a greater awareness of. Today your first task is going a full day today without making a negative tweet or post or comment to anyone about anything. If you have trouble with an entire day start with a complaint-free hour then two and then a full day. Then go for two days! We are going   to grow happier every day to be healthier and more able to build the life we deserve!

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Life is like driving a car, it goes in the direction we steer it. When you complain, you’re creating a negative dangerous lane for your life to drive down. Choose a better road. One way to do this is to think of things you’re grateful for throughout your day and share that with others. You can only engage in one focus at a time. Make it work for you!

One way to replace the habit of complaining is to busy your mind with looking for things to be grateful for. Gratitude s one of the key principles and traits of happy successful people.  Take a deep breath in and hold it a few counts then exhale and enter a more relaxed state of mind.

Now ask yourself what you really love and are grateful for in life right now in this moment. Let the images come to mind and take notice of them. See them projected on a beautiful huge big screen TV in front of you in vivid hi-def color! Experience the sounds, feelings and even smells associated with the things you see. Maybe it’s your pet dog or cat you see and are grateful for having their love in your life. See yourself playing with them and being greeted by them. Feel the warmth of them sitting on your lap. We all do have a lot to be grateful for. See others being grateful for you and the good things you do in life! You can start with being grateful you can take that deep breath.  

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What should we have learned:

  • Complaining blocks us from seeing solutions.
  • Complaining and worrying directs our focus and life in unhealthy directions.
  • Use deep breathing relaxation techniques to center yourself on gratitude.