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Keeping your mood happy and positive always

March 12, 2024

Keeping Your Mood Happy And Positive Always

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Do you experience wavering moods from feeling joyful to sad, or from feeling peaceful to restless? If occasional mood fluctuations are not addressed, they may lead to frequent mood swings. It is important that our mood is always positive and energizing. Otherwise swinging from one mood to another can leave us feeling discontented and tired.

  1. Variation in moods is a result of your fluctuating thought quality. Check what thoughts trigger a mood change, list down your bad moods, and reflect how you behave when you experience mood swings. 
  2. A bad or low mood created in one scene, if not corrected, gets recorded on your subconscious mind. Any small trigger re-activates it and makes it your prevailing mood. This means, if you stay in a sad mood for long, it becomes a frequent state of mind and eventually gets ingrained into your personality.
  3. By feeding your mind with pure, positive thoughts and feelings every morning through spiritual study and meditation, you will consciously choose a right thought and right feeling in every scene. Your mood will not be dictated by people, objects or situations.
  4. Situations change constantly and can often be challenging. If you let them be your source of happiness, life becomes a roller coaster of good and bad moods. But if you realize that happiness is your nature, life becomes smooth and comforting always.

 

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