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The High Price Of Complaining On Our Energy Body

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The High Price Of Complaining On Our Energy Body I Life Essentially Aromatherapy

Over the next short while, we'll be covering a great deal of information to help you kick complaining to the curb in order to reveal your more harmonious being. This may seem like a tall order and even a bit overwhelming, but I'll be breaking the material down into manageable pieces, so don't worry.

As we hit each area, we'll examine a new aspect of ditching the complaints in favor of contentment. There are lots of concrete steps you can take to banish complaining for good. It just takes a little practice and effort to break old habits.

Complaining can become a very destructive habit, and energetically it will invite more to complain about because energy aligns to it. When you learn to curb your complaints, you'll notice a shift in your life. Learning to lessen the frequency of your complaints doesn't mean that you'll never feel negative emotions again or that things won't ever upset you. However, making a concerted effort to stop complaining is about your overall mindset and the frequency with which you complain. Frequency of course is not just how often, but also what energy level you are creating within your being, and around your being.

Changing your ways and adopting a new mindset won't happen overnight, but it's definitely worth the effort. Constant complaining can become a cycle that's hard to stop. People will begin to form an impression of you based on your moaning and groaning. Unfortunately, that impression is usually a negative one.

There are tons of benefits to adopting a cheerier disposition. In addition to leaving a better impression on others and improving your reputation, you'll simply feel better as you develop a more positive mindset. People who complain often feel that they have no choices or that life is something that just happens to them. They don't feel in control of their circumstances. When you shift that mindset, you'll start to feel empowered and in charge. Taking a proactive approach to your life puts you in the driver's seat.

Ditching the complaining and trying to look on the bright side isn't just fluff. It truly will bring good things to your world. You'll start to notice less anger and hostility, along with the host of negative emotions that go along with them. Everything won't seem to overwhelming and difficult. When you take on a more positive view by making real efforts to limit your bemoaning, optimism is a natural result.

You'll simply feel more content in every aspect of your life. No, it won't be easy. However, if you join me over the next month, I am confident you'll see that change is possible. Let's dive in and begin to explore the ways you truly can turn complaints into contentment.

To start we begin our journey toward turning complaints into contentment. I want to talk about the ways in which spreading constant negativity is harming your life. From your personal relationships to your career, complaining can take a toll and cause damage to all of the things you hold dear. This also includes your physical and emotional health. It's important to understand just what a high price you pay for complaining if you truly want to overcome this destructive habit. Let's look at just some of the ways your life suffers at the hands of complaining.

People don't like to be around complainers. Hearing nothing but negativity from a friend or loved one is a huge turnoff for most folks. Constant complaining can be contagious. Have you ever noticed that it tends to be easy to slip into a habit of moaning and groaning when you're around a Negative Nancy? Unfortunately, it's possible that you're the bad influence. If this is the case, it's likely your circle has taken notice. Most of us make an effort to avoid spending time with toxic people because we know it's bad for our own mental health to surround ourselves with their bad attitudes day in and day out. Being a daily complainer will probably be a fast track ticket to losing some of the important people in your life.

Your professional reputation is one of the most valuable things you have. Not only must you be topnotch at your job in order to move ahead in your career, but you also need to possess soft skills like good communication and strong listening ability. Your people skills are definitely noticed when it comes to your work life. How you conduct yourself, get along with and lead others all play into your success. If you're known as a constant complainer, you can pretty much guarantee yourself career stagnation. Those who never seem happy and are always griping aren't known to be good leaders. No matter how skilled you are at your position, you probably won't excel if you gain a reputation as a complainer. Positive and content professionals are what managers look for when it comes to hiring and promotions.

Your physical and emotional health may face the biggest impact when it comes to constant complaining. In fact, it's been shown that your brain actually rewires itself for negativity when faced with regular bouts of griping. That's because neural pathways form to accommodate activities such as complaining. Soon, these habits become ingrained into your neural functioning, making it easier to come back to these patterns again and again. Chronic complaints have also proven to shrink the hippocampus, the part of the brain that is responsible for problem solving, and to increase the hormone cortisol, known as the stress hormone. Cortisol affects a wide range of bodily functions, including the regulation of blood pressure, memory formulation, metabolism, inflammation, blood sugar and immune system.

The limbic system is comprised of the thalamus, hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands; and the stimulation of the hypothalamus and pituitary glands causes reactions in the autonomic nervous system and the endocrine system. What normally happens when you see, hear, touch, or taste something, that sensory information heads first to the your brain's relay station. Then it sends that information to the relevant brain areas including the hippocampus, which is responsible for memory, and the amygdala, which does the emotional processing. The olfactory bulb is directly connected to our amygdala and hippocampus, which may be why the smell of something quickly triggers a detailed memory or even intense emotion response. This is why we are covering this topic for your aromatherapy practice. 

These are just some of the main ways complaining can impact your life. We'll delve deeper in later posts. For now, I hope you understand that constant negativity can have some pretty serious effects.

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