What does one have to do to find true happiness? Dream!
Fantasies may cure you from an unhappy love affair, heavy drinking or flu.
Psychologist Vladimir Kucherenko can “tune up” his patients’ brains - just like a radio receiver. He is a lecturer at the psychological faculty of MSU. The essence of his method is based on the premise that human brain controls every cell of our body. So if one gets sick, that's only because he "let" that happen. And if one will concentrate and imagine oneself young and strong, the disease will back off. According to Kusherenko, our own fantasy is the ultimate remedy.
Kucherenko can program his patients' brains in such a way that those people will be able to quit smoking, stop drinking excessively; he can even make people improve their handwriting. According to Kucherenko, anyone can be happy no matter how much money he or she possesses.
- The brain can be regulated. A person can easily create any emotional condition such as fear or happiness for him/herself. The main point here is to understand what makes you happy and to “dive” into that realm mentally.
A man's character determines the illness.
- People tend to perceive world differently. If a man is unhappy, his perception of things around him will appear black, figuratively speaking. Our purpose therefore is to add colors to “his world”, instead of changing it completely.
An unhappy person could not be healthy. You can't trick the organism; you can't cure a man without changing his character. For instance, those that are afraid of everything tend to have problems with kidneys, while evil people have vulnerable liver.
How to find true Happiness?
1. Think about something good
2. Buy familiar fragrance
You should appreciate anything that makes your happy. Remember that when you were in Nice you bought yourself delightful perfume and while you walked on the sea-front and the sun was shining straight at you, your admirers followed you in a tight pack. Do you recall that? I recommend you purchase the same perfume and it'll be easier to survive the dull autumn.
3. Get enough sleep
Sleep is a great remedy from depression. You should go to sleep before 10:00 PM. That way, it will be easier to revive your powers.
4. No nightmares!
Don't read or watch anything that can upset you before going to sleep. Sleep is the utilization of all sensations acquired during the day; it is the time when the brain analyses all that has happened during the day. Think positive; read your favorite book.
5. Don't forget about breakfast
A hungry man is an angry man. Such There are products that can cheer up quickly: pears, bananas, chocolate.
6. Don't consider yourself a victim
People fall into several groups in their approach to life. There are the so-called “contemplators” (the “I don’t care about a thing” approach); “aggressors” (the "Everybody is evil to me, but I’ll take vengeance” type), and the so-called “sufferers” with the "I am a victim, everybody uses me" mentality. Neither one of these approaches entails positive thinking.
Be active! Don’t just sit still and wait; do something to improve your life! Keep in mind, there are no hopeless situations.
7. Call your parents
Give a call to those you love and tell them that you love them. All the feelings we give the world tend to ricochet right back to us. So it's better to give the world warmth and love instead of hatred and defiance.
8. Help your relatives, friends
9. Speak clearly with your brain
First of all, you should determine what category you fall under:
If you are a Visualist, then you should pay more attention at the things you perceive through this organ; If you are an Audialist, then ears are of utmost importance to you; by the same token a Kinesthetic pays more attention to touch, scent, feelings.
10. Collect pleasant memories
Think of the times when you were happy. "Anchor" yourself in that moment, as psychologists say. Pinch yourself at the hand. The body will remember that and when you'll repeat this action you'll become happy again.
After a trip to Russia, Polish writer Maya Wolny concluded that the West did not even have a close idea of how things really were in the Russian Federation.