Are feelings and thoughts the same?
Thoughts are ways of dealing with feelings In the primary case, in the standard situation, feelings come first. The feelings come first in both a hierarchical and a chronological sense.
How do you express your feelings and thoughts?
Be Direct and Straight to the Point
- Get the main idea of what you wish to convey. Express it first and then support it with explanation.
- Convey the right tone for the conversation.
- Keep it simple, but not overly simple.
- Make it a point to ask if your listener understood, to check comprehension and active listening.
How do you control your thoughts?
Here’s how to get a grip on it:
- Be aware. Be prepared.
- Name it. When you are stuck in negativity, and feel yourself falling into dark thoughts, stop the cycle by naming it.
- Fear is illogical.
- Erase and Replace.
- Do a reality check.
- Present Moment Mindfulness.
- It’s your choice.
What is Google’s motto?
“Don’t be evil” is a phrase used in Google’s corporate code of conduct, which it also formerly preceded as a motto. Following Google’s corporate restructuring under the conglomerate Alphabet Inc. in October 2015, Alphabet took “Do the right thing” as its motto, also forming the opening of its corporate code of conduct.
Do your thoughts create your feelings?
How you think about and interpret what happens to you influences your feelings. You get what you focus on. If you focus on the negative side of a situation, your mood will reflect it.
How do your thoughts affect your feelings?
Thoughts drive your emotions, ‘what you think you become’ – Guatama Buddha. When your thoughts appear to be the product of your overwhelming sadness and grief, know that it is your thoughts that are feeding the sadness rather than the other way around. Your thoughts generate a feeling which you then act upon.
What is the motto you live by?
If there is one tiny little motto that I think ALL of us should live by, it’s this: no regrets. Don’t let life pass you by, waiting for things to happen. Remind yourself constantly that YOU HAVE DREAMS, and you are GOING to see to it that they happen.
Why are our thoughts powerful?
Neuroscientists have discovered that repetitive thoughts form neural pathways as neurons that fire together get wired together. Thus, the more a particular thought or belief is activated and reinforced, the stronger these neural pathways become and the more automatically they become our “go to” pattern of perceiving.