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The most natural beauty treatment in the world? Start by seeing the glass half full

Seeing the famous glass half full can extend your life, scientists say. After all, to see it half full in this glass, we do not have to pay any tax, it is a free way of seeing, as is the fact of seeing it half empty; but the reality is always the same: the glass with a liquid inside that occupies half of its volume. Nevertheless...
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Seeing the famous glass half full can extend your life, scientists say.

After all, to see it half full I'm 'glass, we do not have to pay any tax, it is a free way to see, as is the fact of seeing it half empty; but the reality is always the same: the glass with a liquid inside that occupies half of its volume.
Yet in psychological terms and of consequences on our health we saw that makes a big difference.

There are inherent prejudices about being an optimist or a pessimist.

The optimists they are generally looked upon with a little suspicion, as if they were deluded into trouble in this vale of tears.
On the other hand i pessimists they carry a dark halo, a mark that appears indelible.

Many recent studies (the latest published in 1998 by the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology which reports a UCLA study) have substantiated that being optimists, that is, to have a positive approach to life provides the person with benefits not indifferent:

  • he makes himself much more in work, in study, in sport
  • you get sick much less (prominent effect on the immune system)
  • you age better with a longer life expectancy.

L'optimistic, faced with bankruptcy, tends to:

  • read it as an unfortunate parenthesis
  • the result of a temporary and passing situation
  • use this experience as a lesson that can provide him with new tools to face the next challenges
  • dimensioning failures with more realism
  • to curb the chain reaction that the negative event can trigger, giving due weight to it.

But be careful! Excessive minimization, like all excesses, can equally lead to de-empowerment.
When placed in competition with a pessimist, the optimist generally prevails.

On the contrary, the pessimist is more prone to depression and, consequently, to a series of negative events related to it.

The pessimist, in the face of failure, believes that:

  • everything has conspired against him
  • a "permanent cosmic evil eye" pervades all the events of his life
  • if he succeeds he will attribute it to chance, since his level of self-esteem is, inevitably, close to zero.

The pessimist also tends to:

  • to generalize its failures over time and space
  • to consider his failures as eternal and universal
  • de-responsibility, since no one can always fight against everything and everyone.

But let's try to understand better why in this pessimistic attitude towards life there is this perennial fight against everything and everyone.

As often happens, these attitudes are formed in early childhood and are a consequence of the level of love and attention to which we are objects at that crucial age for personality development.
Although theego you seem to seek pleasure, what you can find is only ephemeral and always has an undertone of stress. The amygdala is always on guard and keeps the whole individual in a state of latent tension, ready to take action to protect our survival, even in the apparently more peaceful and pleasant moments of life.

The underlying stress always persists.

And since this kind of pleasure is only illusory, we want more and more; in this continuous chase we remain in thepermanent dissatisfaction.

Not only that, since pleasure appears in essence when external circumstances are "favorable", in fact we are dependent on others and on circumstances.

Currently, most of the inhabitants of our planet know only this kind of pleasure.

The real relaxed, deep pleasure that allows us to freely and fully enjoy life, regardless from external circumstances, it is possible under the condition of change circuit of consciousness.
And this is it the purpose of my work and of Energy of Good Mood method

Hear! Hear! Seeing the glass half full is also a beauty treatment!

In fact, when we smile we only use one important muscle, while numerous muscles are needed for expressions of pain and anger; smiling then will keep you looking youthful while all other expressions age. A smile is the best elixir of youth and is within everyone's reach!

The smile it makes people more attractive, lively and young; it is always advisable and never contraindicated; it can greatly ease tension under any circumstances and make us feel more peaceful. Smile therapy is not an illusory hope: it is a reality.
Good news for men: smiles make you more attractive! A study by Eric Bressler of Westfield State College showed that women judge the subjects of photos under which there is a joke more sexy that is attributed to the man immortalized in the shot.

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Gianni Ferrario
Gianni Ferrario

I am known as a Zen Jester, Happiness Actor, Good Mood Trainer, Positive Provoker, a performer whose role is to interactively energize and excite people. The purpose of my activities is to fill up with regenerating energy capable of opening the channels of communication and emotions, awakening our cells and training to spread good humor, joy, enthusiasm and kindness in abundance in personal and professional life. A memorable experience that creates team spirit, leaving its mark. For many years I have been practicing and teaching Deep Meditation, dedicating myself to disciplines that favor inner growth, harmony and creativity.

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