If you were not yourself 如果你不是你自己

Our daily life driven mostly by our instinct. It’s nature because we are saving energy for learning, working, or emergency. However the less we think, the more tendency we make mistakes. This is also the reason why can’t we quit some bad habits.

Think about this: “If you were not yourself, what advice would you give to you?” Sometimes we need to escape from self-awareness, and review ourselves in a third role.

If you feel like advices are not powerful enough for you to make a change, try to accompany with analysis. What’s the good part for being changed? And what’s the bad consequences which will ruin your future life when you stay still.

For example, you know that you can benefit a lot from reading. But you just cannot save your time for it. Use the strategy of analysis which makes you been convinced that reading can improve your life quality and social relationships. Also acknowledged your spiritual life will remain poor and you looks like a really bored person.

Now, provide the choice of change/unchange to yourself in daily life. What’s your answer?

我們每一天的生活與行為模式大部份都由直覺來驅使。這是自然的,因為直覺行為能節省大腦所消耗的能量,以便用在學習、工作、或是突發狀況。然而日常生活中容易缺乏思考,卻代表了更高的犯錯機率,同時也是我們無法戒掉一些壞習慣的主要原因。

試想:「如果你不是你自己,你會給自己什麼建議?」有時候我們必須跳脫出自我知覺,從第三人的角度來檢視自己。

如果你覺得“建議”的效果不足以讓人產生改變,試著加入一些分析!想想改變之後會帶來的哪些優點?又如果不改變的話,對未來的生活會有什麼不好的結果。

舉例來說,你知道閱讀對自己的幫助很大,但就是找不到時間來翻幾本書。應用一下剛剛提到的分析策略,用意識說服自己閱讀可以提升生活品質與人際關係。同時承認如果繼續不閱讀,精神生活會持續貧困,同時讓你看起來就是一個無聊至極的人。

現在,在日常生活中多給自己一些選擇的機會吧!改變?不改變?你的答案是什麼?

 

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