Did you know that the soul has its own "breathing system"?
In contrast to the classic respiratory system, our soul "inhales" and "exhales" emotions that control our future actions by what we say and do.
If we do not breathe normally, we will have a sick body sooner or later. Likewise, sooner or later we will have a sick spirit and a sick soul if we constantly "breathe in" negative experiences.
Just as we all pay attention to the quality of the air that we breathe in in our body, we should also pay attention to the quality of the experiences that we "breathe" in our mind and soul.
Positive experiences are just as beneficial for our minds and soul as clean and fresh air for our body. When we speak of negative and positive experiences, this means those who trigger exactly these emotions with us. Many experiences can be perceived as negative or positive, which depends on a variety of personal factors.
But negative does not mean negative. If you take time and analyze the experience, you will may be able to discover some positive aspects. Over time, this procedure is internalized and the useful points for yourself are also automatically internalized. This does not mean that there will only be positive situations, not at all, it is more about accepting negative experiences and maybe even growing from them. We can intensify the positive feelings we experience by enjoying them. We can also concentrate more on what makes us happy by paying attention to the things we are grateful for.
Positive thoughts can actually create a real value in life and help to develop skills that last much longer than a smile. So we should not only pay attention to the quality of the air that we breathe in in our body, but also increasingly pay attention to the quality of the experiences and the learning, which we "breathe" in our mind and soul. Positive feelings expand the meaning of opportunities and open the mind. This in turn enables the structure of new skills and resources that can be useful in other areas of life and keep our soul healthy.