Complaining Syndrome

All of us complain one time or another. But, there are some people who complain regardless. Complaining is a way of life with them. They cannot stop cribbing wherever they are, whatever they are doing or whatever is happening to them. They keep complaining. The traffic is bad, telephone lines are congested, people are rude and indifferent, servants are lazy, nobody appreciates me and nobody cares or helps me. Those who complain constantly do not wish to take responsibility for themselves and their actions. Ask them why their goals are not accomplished and they will come up with excuses. Their energy and intellect are so focussed on finding faults that they cannot focus on achieving their goals.

How tedious and futile their constant complaints are. They have effectively undermined their power and efficiency. They retain control only by constant complaining. Let us stop focussing on all that is wrong and focus instead on all that is right. Lets us stop cribbing about what we don’t have and look instead at what there is for us. Let us take time to appreciate people for what they are and what they can do instead of  focussing on their defects. When we complain and criticise constantly, we are inviting negativity into our lives. Each time we utter something negative about life, we actually begin to believe it more and more and make it come true. Over imagined ills become our reality. But, the reverse is also true. When we believe things are good, they become better. When we visualise success and talk about all that is positive, success actually begins to take shape for us.

When we thank God or another, your heart expands. This strengthens the immune system. Positive systems like life and gratitude enhances the immune system. Our mental attitude has a direct bearing on the immune system. Positive feeling of joy and gratitude releases endorphins into the bloodstream, the body’s natural painkiller. They are said to stimulate dilation of blood vessels and relax the cardiac muscles. Gratitude release happy hormones and inhibit unhappy hormones in our system. Become less of a complainer and more of a thanks giver. Then your problems will get managed. So, why not invite good things into your life.

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