Când mintea ne joacă feste – When mind are playing tricks on us


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Mintea noastră ne joacă feste… Unele cuvinte pe care le Umbre-03folosim îşi schimbă sensul şi le înţelegem altfel…

De exemplu folosim cuvântul “trebuie” mai des decât e necesar. Înlocuim “vrem” cu trebuie… Spunem că “trebuie” să facem ceva ce ne place, iar acest lucru ne obosește. Ne simțim obligați să facem ceva ce ne aduce bucurie şi din păcate ne stresăm pentru nimic.

Un alt cuvânt care se joacă cu mintea noastră este “încerc”. În română acest cuvânt este format din “în” şi “cerc”, ca o fugă în cerc. Acest cuvânt e folosit ca scuză pentru a evita ceea ce trebuie să facem. Sunt multe exemple de dat aici…

Multe cuvinte se joacă cu conștientul şi subconștientul nostru şi ne obosesc fizic şi psihic doar pentru că le utilizăm prea des.

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When mind are playing tricks on us

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Umbre-03Our minds tricks on us… Some words we use are changing their meaning and we understand them differently…

For example, we use the word “must” more often than necessary. We substitute “want” with must… We say that “we must” do something we like, and this tired us. We feel compelled to do something that brings us joy and unfortunately we stress for nothing.

Another word that plays with our mind is “try.” In Romanian this word is made up of “in” and “circle” as a run in a circle. This word is used as an excuse to avoid what we have to do. There are many examples here…

Many words play with our conscious and subconscious and tired us physically and psychically just because we use them too often.

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24 thoughts on “Când mintea ne joacă feste – When mind are playing tricks on us

  1. Great post and so true..every time I say ‘must’ I’m trying to remember to correct myself – the feelings of having to do something is spiritually exhausting. Words are so powerful…something not everyone appreciates.

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