Changes Leading to How to Command and Master your Emotions
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Changes are a fear packed mechanism in our lives that hinder us or else help us move ahead to achievement. Technically speaking the only true people in the world entitled to fear change are those suffering Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) currently known as Disassociate Identity Disorder (DID). The only reason these people should fear change, is that amnesia is the ultimate symptom of this disorder that causes a person to loose memory, and alter personality. This includes changing habits, thinking, beliefs, friends, etc. IN other words a personality appearing will have his/her own friends, beliefs, habits, etc, contradicting the other personality. Now, use this as an example to see why you should never fear change. This is not striking out against these souls in life; rather it is making a valid point to understand change, which hinders emotions. In fact, MPD patients are driven most times to master and command their emotions, only fears and flashbacks of memory hinders their path.
What are changes? Changes are alterations in a life, which modifies a personality or lifestyle, and often varies in transformation. Often the transformations bring on revolutionized adjustments, which bring forth amends. It is a modification in variations of differences, amendments, adjustments, conversions and the like.
As you can see, change has nothing to fear since it can only bring in amends if you do what is right. The true fear in change is seen in difference. For instance, the old traditional belief that black men are dangerous is unrealistic and untrue, which brings on fear. Do you see where this is going? I said unrealistic and untrue. Changes can help us to advance in life.
Examples of changes can help you to see positive and negative changes and how they help us to grow. For instance, Mary was 50 pounds overweight and invested her bodily parts to exercise a change of biological, physical, and mental changes that would lead her to weight loss. She started an exercise program, diet, etc and laboriously worked toward her goal. The changes Mary will go through will only bring in fruitful rewards.
Now let’s consider Mary in the same situation, yet reverse to negative changes to see what happens. Mary, 50 pounds overweight resented her self and often felt ashamed of her appearance. Mary allowed her emotions to rule while continuing to feel ashamed, she gradually started binge eating, drinking alcohol, thinking suicidal, and eventually seen no worth in self, which gradually she died a death caused by her negative changes.
This is a sad, sad, sad event, which is an emotional stimulus. Gratefully in the first scene, Mary was able to control her emotions and master her mind so that she moved toward positive changes while accepting her fears of change. In the last incident, unfortunately, Mary’s emotions ruled as she followed her own induced grievance to death. Mary could not see her worth or that she was human regardless of her size, thus Mary seen no way out of her situation.
In the last event, Mary was afraid (overwhelmed by fear of rejection) of the transformations of exercising. Mary was afraid of modifications in her life, as well as terrified of adjusting to a new lifestyle. Mary was afraid to revolutionize, while altering her appearance. Mary was timid of amendments owned to her, and terrified differences. This brings us to see the ultimate master and commander of emotions, which is FEAR!
Are you afraid of change? Are you afraid to face your fears? If so, plan to allow your emotions to master and command you.