Gratitude is a powerful practice that can protect you from external negativity and your own internal distorted darkness. By expressing your gratitude from the moment you wake up, you can jumpstart your day on the right foot. Continue expressing your gratitude throughout the day for the many good things you experience, whether small or big. By strengthening your gratitude muscle, you'll remain strong when you come across negative events and people. In future posts, I'll share the various ways I express my thanks. Enjoy the +positive masters+ universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset practices, motivational writing, business development strategies, and inspirational apparel to boost your happiness and counter any anxiety, sadness, or anger you may be facing.
Write down all the good things that happened in your day. By doing this, you'll get boosts of good feelings. This daily practice also reminds you of all the wonderful things in your life. Enjoy the +positive masters+ universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset practices, motivational writing, and apparel with inspirational mantras and designs to boost your happiness and counter any stress, anxiety, sadness, or anger that you may be facing.
I'm so proud of my younger sister Mia who is an ER doctor during this pandemic with the Coronavirus.
I'm so proud of my younger sister Mia who is an emergency room doctor specializing in emergency healthcare for children in San Francisco, California. Mia is the middle child in my family, with me as the oldest and my sister Lara, a civil engineer in Honolulu, Hawaii, as the youngest. Since Mia was in elementary school, she said she was going to grow up to be a doctor. From back then, I had a strong feeling she was going to achieve her dream. My sister is also an amazing mother of three little girls, a great soccer player who played college ball at Loyola Marymount University, and a fantastic example of determination as shown by her ability to undergo so...
Simplicity is in our core. If we lose our appreciation for this, we lose our being.- +positive masters+, Jon Riki Karamatsu, 3/19/2018 - Cherish every little thing that brings value into your life. Be present with your loved ones and savor your time with them. Pictured with me from left to right are my friends: Master 7, the Master of positive mindset; Monkey Mind, who has uh, well, a monkey mind - you know, anxiety and stuff; and Angry Explosion who gets angry over little things, driving everyone nuts. These designs are on various apparel and merchandise, available for you to purchase here within the +positive masters+ universe at www.positivemasters.com !
In order to see all the wonderful things around us and dispel our cognitive distortions, we must fully live in the present.
In order to see all the wonderful things around us and dispel our cognitive distortions, we must fully live in the present. 😊 - +positive masters+, 2/23/2020, Jon Riki Karamatsu - You have to be fully present if you want to go into your mind and dispel your distortive thoughts that make you anxious, sad, and angry. You have to be fully present if you want to consistently see all the great things in your life. Pictured is our Angry Explosion Beanie in navy color to encourage you to fully live in the present and manage your anger. Life is too short and too important to be angry, most of which aren't worth getting angry over. You can purchase this...