How we think we feel has a definite effect on how we actually feel physicallY...

@cheenlly (3483)
April 11, 2007 10:47am CST
Do you agree with this statement? well i do believe on it like if your mind tells you that you are tired, the body mechanism, the nerves and the muscles accept the fact. If your mind is intensely interested, you can keep on at an activity indefinitely. I think its all in the mind. Don't you agree?
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@carolynpb (647)
• United States
12 Apr 07
I believe that our overall state of mind contributes to how we feel. And in that if you think yourself tired and continue to tell yourself that you will evenually stop what you're doing and sit down and do nothing. But if you keep telling yourself, I feel good, I can do this and so on you can talk your mind into realizing that you aren't as tired or disinterested as you first talked yoursel into believing.
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@cheenlly (3483)
• Philippines
12 Apr 07
hi! yeah its all in the mind. its the same also in this statement: if you expect the best, you release a magnetic force in your mind which by a law of attraction tends to bring the best to you. but if you expect the worst, you release from your mind the power of repulsion which tends to force the best from you. so what we tink actually had an effect.