Control your mind is difficult ?
The mind consists of many different parts that can each exert influence on your behavior. You may want to change how influential a part of your mind is. For example, the part of your mind that cares about getting enough calories and nutrients may urge you to eat rich fatty foods, but another part of you recognizes that in the long run, excessive over eating will ruin your health and your physical body. To control your mind, you need to control yourself. Think about our god ,think about yourself, from where you came from and how was your childhood, what is the position now and in near future you have to die. Meditation is the key to control your beautiful mind. There are a number of tricks you can employ to change your mind and ultimately your behavior.
Tell the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth.
This can be highly effective and very convincing, if you know your subject material well, and are a good speaker.… And IF the truth is really what you want your audience to hear and
believe.The Truth, as a matter of habit, has some disadvantages: You have to learn and remember a whole lot of facts, and keep them straight in your head. The facts might not always be what you wish them to be. And, alas, the truth is sometimes very boring…
This one is simple, straight-forward, and obvious. Just lie and say whatever you want to. It has the advantages that you don’t need to memorize so many facts, and you can make up new facts when the currently-existing ones don’t suit your purposes. The disadvantages are that you might get caught in a lie,and that would destroy your credibility.”You’re never going to make it in politics. You just don’t know how to lie.”Richard M. Nixon Secret Lives of the U.S. Presidents, Cormac O’Brien, page 228.
Control your thinking
Avoid over thinking. You may find yourself thinking about something negative, even when you really don’t want to. There are a number of tricks you can use to control your mind.
- Think about the worst case scenario. Although this seems counter-intuitive and like it would just lead to even more ruminating, when you think about the worst case scenario, and then think about whether you would be able to handle it; you’ll likely find that you can imagine yourself handling the situation and this can help decrease your worry.
- By setting aside time to think about your problem, you can rest assured that it will get the attention it (maybe) needs; this can help you stop thinking excessively about your problem when you don’t want to.
- Go for a walk. Getting out and about can get your mind off of your worries, either simply because of the exercise itself or because you will be taking in new information (sights, sounds, smells) which can help your mind wander to other, less distressing things.
Believe in yourself
If you don’t believe that you can change you’re not going to try nearly as hard as if you believe success is possible. So, make sure that you’re using positive thinking to face your problem. Try to keep in mind that you can change the way you think, that you can improve. Studies show that individuals adopting this “growth” mindset are more likely to make desired improvements than those who view their traits and skills as fixed and unchangeable.
Be Optimistic about your Abilities
You might think that being accurate about your ability to control yourself. However, studies show that being overly optimistic about your ability to control your behavior can help give you even more self-control. To be optimistic, try telling yourself that you will succeed and control your mind over and over again, even if in the moment you don’t believe so.Try also to remind yourself of times where you successfully controlled your mind as intended. Reflect only on these successes and not on any self-control failures you might have had.
To avoid Personalization, try to think carefully and logically about events that you are personalizing. It can help to ask you some questions. May be sometime you are wrong but don’t worry about that , try to your next.
Stop Jumping t Conclusion
This is a thought trap that involves thinking certain things without any evidence to back those thoughts up; you can pause and think more before reaching judgments. It can help to ask you questions about the thought. You can also ask yourself to identify specific pieces of evidence that would suggest that the thought is true.
To stop Catastrophizing, work on thinking more positively. You can also ask yourself questions that employ logic and reason.
Finally I want to say – Create a good plan for your current and future life ,learnt from your past ,Smile always if you did not like it ,Spent sometimes or some money for others happiness, Try to avoid to create obstacle by yourself, Self control, reduce trace ,avoid indirectly bad people and finally always think positive.