Published by DEIA, Nov. 24, 2011-11-28
From my point of view there are two ways in coming to a conclusion. One is from knowledge, from the wisdom learned through studies, collaboration, etc., and the other is through intuition. Many times it so happens that someone all of a sudden is able to explain to by means of proofs, with proven acts, what many of us considered to see or to peek thanks to our intuition and our experience in life.
Listening to the radio I hear an interview with Dr. Mario Alonso Puig in relation to his book “Reinventarse” (Reinventing). In it the author discusses many issues that would be able to write hundreds of columns, but among all of them, I would highlight the importance of words and emotions. To make it short, Mario Alonso Puig reveals, in his book the true value of what one hears, of what one says, of what we think and how all this interacts with our emotions to slowly build up you innermost being.
The process of making the human being is a complex according to the author and, no doubt, depends on many factors. One of the most important is related to people, environments and trends around the individual. If the person is surrounded by people who love them, positive experiences and is able to hold his or her life trying potentiating the kind or more human side of him or herself, more easily will he or she achieve the goals and desires that yearns since, probably they make better use of their potential.
Instead, those who are surrounded by negative people, ideas and conclusions generate dark feelings; greatly limiting their own being, and therefore, your chances of becoming what they really want. Emotions such as anger, resentment or jealousy generate states of blaming others but conclude affecting both those who experience it and often subject to major changes in the hormonal balance.
Expressing the positive and throwing the negative away is as important as for who gives as well as for the person that receives.