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Habit of Happiness


Our brain has multi-plasticity and can be trained to create new neural connections so that each person can build their own happiness. In this lecture, Mary Elbe Queiroz shows how it is possible to change or replace attitudes to acquire the habit of happiness through the realization and training of small daily attitudes.

To prepare the brain for new positive thoughts that will build up a more optimistic view of events, first of all a warm-up is needed, characterized by attitudes such as improving self-esteem, self-love, self-confidence, not outsourcing guilt, exercising, sleeping well, and meditating.

Subsequently, one should exercise practical attitudes and changes in focus that promote a more positive and optimistic outlook on life. Such as: exchanging one negative thought for three positive ones; replacing negative words with positive ones; choosing to experience moments and emotions instead of acquiring things; being grateful; forgiving and forgiving yourself; and giving happiness.



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