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Apparently our thoughts affect much more than we'd like to admit
I just learned that our thoughts could alter our genetics and how fast we age.. Wooahhh
So, I’d say I am a realist-pessimist. I never really call anything bagged until it actually is. Essentially, I will never accept a win until the ball is out of court and the points awarded. As such, I am baffled to learn that maybe my not-so-positive thoughts could be part of what is keeping me on the other side of success.
I am successfully dead,, azin,, dead when it comes to success,, especially with blogging. But, there might be hope yet for me as with a better and positive mindset, I can visualize my success and start aligning my thoughts to succeeding.
I think that’s really powerful if you think about it.. Turns out that our thoughts on aging could affect how well or poorly we age, i.e. If one has positive thoughts about ageing, then they are more likely to age slower… as in feel younger, be happier, and even live longer for like 7 years or more., that’s fantastic…
To cut the long story short, try and think more positive thoughts,,, Yes, I know the current economic situation is shit. Yes, I know the pandemic made us all a little bit crazy… COVID actually took my job, my girlfriend and even some on my self-esteem… It wasn’t easy for anyone and remember that over a million people lost their lives, i.e, over a million families lost their loved ones.
There4, let’s try and live more positively. The way neuroscience is going, we might even live in a world where we can control robotic limbs with our minds, giving ability to the disabled. That is fantastic, that is, if China doesn’t find a way to hack our brains first… WHeeewww..
Conspiracy aside, read the full article on the incredible power of thought, how our thoughts affect ageing, motivation, and success, brain-machine interfaces, and the security and ethical concerns with BMIs on Mania Inc.
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