• 09
  • Apr

“Outdoor Assoziation”
Gehen Sie doch einmal durch die Türe aus dem Haus hinaus. Sie sind nun “outdoor“. Suchen Sie sich jetzt drei Gegenstände (eine Person, ein Tier, eine Pflanze, egal was), welche für Sie einen Grund zum positiven Denken beinhalten und stellen Sie sich dann die Frage “Wodurch kann mir dieses Objekt beim positiven Denken helfen”. Das bedeutet, Sie stellen eine Assoziation (=eine gedankliche Verbindung) zwischen dem Objekt und ihrem Positiven Denken her.
Am Anfang ist das ganze etwas ungewohnt, aber man findet schnell Gefallen daran und merkt, wie auch häufig negativ empfundene Dinge (z.B. ein Rollstuhl) einen Bezug zum positiven Denken haben können (Ich kann laufen!).
Ich möchte gern hierbei noch auf einen Artikel bei First Holistic verweisen, indem folgende Assoziationen (nicht alle outdoor) auffindbar sind:

Think Positive …
1. For the husband who snores all night, because he is at home asleep with me and not with someone else.
2. For my teenage daughter who is complaining about doing dishes, because that means she is at home & not on the streets.
3. For the taxes that I pay because it means that I am employed.
4. For the mess to clean after a party because it means that I have been surrounded by friends.
5. For the clothes that fit a little too snug because it means I have enough to eat.
6. For my shadow that watches me work because it means I am out in the sunshine.
7. For a floor that needs mopping, and windows that need cleaning because it means I have a home.
8. For all the complaining I hear about the government because it means that we have freedom of speech.
9. For the parking spot I find at the far end of the parking lot because it means I a m capable of walking and that I have been blessed with transportation.
10. For the noise I have to bear from my neighbors because it means that I can hear.
11. For the pile of laundry and ironing because it means I have clothes to wear.
12. For weariness and aching muscles at the end of the day because it means I have been capable of working hard.
13. For the alarm that goes off in the early morning hours because it means that I am still alive.

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