Our mindset represents the established beliefs and attitudes that we hold. Mindsets vary and fluctuate with time, which is normal, but we must retain a healthy mindset to function and live as we wish to. All too often in life, we do not put ourselves first, or we feel as though we must live to please others; this can lead to negativity and anxiety and, in turn, a poor mindset that prevents us from achieving our goals and living as we would hope to. This is the underestimated importance of a positive mindset.

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To choose to believe that ‘all is well when we know that the contrary is often true is not delusional or wrong; it is merely a measure of intensive optimism and positivity. We cannot eliminate the negative energy within ourselves or badly affect our lives without radically deciding to overhaul our state of mind. As a result, an ‘all is well’ or intensely positive mindset can go a long way to recovering us from fragile or adverse situations by allowing us to express belief, hope and optimism.

Benefits of Positive Mindset

When we adopt an ‘all is well’ mindset (a subset of a generally positive attitude), we take it upon ourselves to believe in something better than what we may have already. This does wonders for stress and anxiety sufferers through simple reassurance. A helpful tool is simply to state, as an affirmation, that ‘all is well’ throughout the day or when you feel as though you might panic. This allows you to remind yourself that you are doing ok, copying and so on. Over time, if we continually succeed in reassuring ourselves that we are coping through the ‘all is well’ mindset, we can significantly reduce the signs of stress and anxiety.

Contrary to what you may think, the ‘all is well’ mindset also allows you to handle difficult situations better. Some assume that because it detracts from hardship, it encourages individuals to hide and avoid confrontation or conflict, which may be essential for the progress of their lives. But no. Assigning an ‘all is well’ mindset means simply we develop greater resilience and power to resist failure in the face of hardship. When we recognise that the ability to control our emotions and tackle challenges that we hadn’t considered possible is all within our minds, we gain a lot of power.

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