How To Train Your Brain To Go Positive Instead Of Negative

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From: Forbes
By: Loretta Breuning
As our weekly series, Your Soulful Sunday continues, enjoy this article by Loretta Breuning and Forbes.
Your Soulful Sunday series helps you fill your life back up with purpose and alignment.
Do you wish you had more positive thoughts flow through your brain?
Tired of all the negativity in your life?
Our brain is not designed to create happiness, as much as we wish it were so. Our brain evolved to promote survival. It saves the happy chemicals (dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin) for opportunities to meet a survival need, and only releases them in short spurts which are quickly metabolized. This motivates us to keep taking steps that stimulate our happy chemicals.
You can end up with a lot of unhappy chemicals in your quest to stimulate the happy ones, especially near the end of a stressful workday. There are a number of reasons why your brain goes negative. The bad feeling of cortisol has its own survival purpose. It alerts you to an obstacle on the path to meeting your needs so you can navigate your way to good feelings. But once you do that, your brain finds the next obstacle. You will feel bad a lot if you follow your survival brain wherever it leads. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to rewire this natural negativity.
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