Sukhvinder Singh

How to persevere and create good habits

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Sukhvinder Singh

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How to persevere and create good habits

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Do you have sudden moments of feeling extremely happy? Do you struggle to stay in this state?

What the books of wisdom say

These happy states, of bliss that you sometimes experience, are the opportunities to bring your actions in line with this true bliss.

This is when you must persevere. Be persistent and nurture these thoughts and feelings that this state is giving you.

When we train ourselves to persevere to be in a blissful state it will eventually influence our thoughts and feelings. And then these thoughts and feelings will influence our actions.

Imagine that it takes one day to change the way we think and feel. How much time would it take to conquer our negative thoughts or rid ourselves of bad habits?

The most effective way of manifesting what your soul wants is to speak the words. Exercise each day and create methods of teaching yourself.

These methods can be tools like repeated words or gestures. These tools will only be effective if you put in mindful thoughts and feelings into it.

How I create good habits

Whenever I experience moments of bliss I note them down and I read them every morning to remind me of the great moments I had. This is the first thing I do after I wake up.

I use Evernote and to note down all my moments. I also carry a notebook all the time to jot something down whenever it comes to my mind.

I have created a habit of reading through my notes so that I can keep the  bliss moment in a repository that I can visit in the mornings.

What kind of methods and tools do you use for being in a positive state?

Please share by commenting.

–Sukhvinder

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