Is your mindset unbalanced? Find out



Ever wondered if you can call yourself a balanced person with non-limiting mindset? Read about these five things that will help you find out.


Your mindset is unbalanced if ….


1. You don't consciously choose what you think and how you feel about things.


Balanced self-aware people are always very aware of what they think and how they feel, and they maintain their thoughts and emotions in a clean positive state. After all, we clean our houses and our bodies. Why aren’t we taking care of our inner selves?


2. You don't show consideration for others and your relationships are far from perfect.


Balanced people have a lot of energy and can therefore help others, which means balanced people are less selfish. Balanced people are also more capable of building constructive relationships and have overall more positive interactions with people.


3. You don't live in the moment and appreciate the little things in life.


Balanced people realise that they live NOW and they can change things NOW, but not in the past or the future. And whatever they do NOW will affect the future. So, there’s no point rushing through the NOW to some kind of a goal only to realise that when we achieve this goal, it’s NOW again, and we didn’t enjoy the process of getting there.


4. You don't take personal responsibility for your life.


Balanced people know that whatever happens, they are sufficiently self-aware to stop, assess the situation, think again, stabilize their emotional state and act out of a balanced state. Even if the result is sub-optimal, balanced people enjoy themselves and the process of being in the moment regardless of the result.


5. You live in a negative universe.


Balanced people see consistent positive results in life, because they don’t depend on their moods, they don’t act out of fear, and the world smiles back at them. Moodiness, selfishness, restlessness, lack of energy, the blame games - all stem out of fear. It's up to us to overcome this fear - read my post 10 Steps to Overcome Limiting Beliefs.