For many of us, it's a lot to cope with. However, research has revealed a counter-intuitive little trick that puts your brain the best possible position to deal with reality.
In fact, your brain has much more capacity to assimilate negativity that you might realize.
Most people, upon encountering bad news or a negative person, go into avoidance mode. It turns out that this is the very opposite of what you brain needs you to do. Attempting to shut out negative thoughts and feelings only thwarts the brain's process of digesting these experiences and letting them go.
So, you put these thoughts out of your mind, but then have to keep fighting them off all day long (because your brain isn't done with them). Then,
• Negative tension festers in your stomach, chest and shoulders.
• It clutters your thoughts and distracts you from the task at hand.
• It causes chronic stress and physical ailments (tense muscles, digestive problems and lethargy).
Negative stress is exhausting!
The good news.... continue reading.
Originally posted on Natural News.