Naturally Grow Your Confidence With This Easy Technique

Posted by Jane H.T. Grow Your Confidence

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To take control of your life you need to take control over your mind, train it to be reliant and obedient, make it your tool and your secret weapon that helps you overcome any obstacles life may be throwing at you.

The way you achieve it is through patience and understanding.

Love yourself enough to know that you deserve the best. Be patient even if your progress is not as fast as you excepted, appreciate even small steps; remember that with each one you are getting closer to your goal.

You also need to understand that our thoughts, feelings and actions are closely connected, so that one usually triggers the other: a physical action is accompanied by the associated feelings and thoughts and a feeling causes certain actions, or at least a certain facial expression.

A wide smile, proud demeanour, a head held high signify strength and confidence while a lowered chin and submissive attitude are usually a sign of the weak-willed.

Use this principle to your advantage. If you want to develop certain traits of character, look first for what they are naturally accompanied with. For example, if you want to develop confidence and strong will, start from training your posture to be straight and your movements quick and confident. Look people straight into the eyes, breathe deeply and speak in a clear and unhurried manner.

The easiest way to do it is to practice in front of the mirror, this way you can make sure that what you are doing is correct. Watch someone whose attitude you admire and start from developing a desired body language.

While doing the exercise, induce in your mind feelings of strength, self-appreciation and confidence. Focus on the feelings that are directly connected to the traits of character you want to have.

Our feelings and state of mind dictate our body language, but also our body language influences your state of mind. A series of hypnotic experiments conducted by researchers revealed that an angry face expression and clenching ones hands into hard fists immediately provoked real anger, while a prayer posture induces peace and calm.

You can easily curb strong anger if you relax all muscles in your body and put a smile on your face.

Being able to react timely and adequately in every situation and being in control of one’s mind are signs of a real leader.

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