Dynamics of Positive Thinking

Name : Khusniana Pratiwi

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Class : 4EA14

DYNAMICS OF POSITIVE THINKING

 

If you do not know your destination, you will be stranded elsewhere.

Thinking is a mental act to generate ideas. The mind can be negative or positive. Positive thoughts lead to problem-solving behavior. Revealed negative thoughts of justification for the failure or avoidance of problem-solving behavior. People who think negatively called pessimists, while thinking in a positive direction is called an optimist.

Mind is in between the two extremes of autistic and realistic. Autistic mind is driven mainly by the needs, desires, and feelings of your own, while the mind is based primarily on the need for realistic situations objectively. Autistic mind may often be spoiled by self gratification without considering the reality. This type of thinking is a kind of a more primitive modes of thought, the hallmark of the unconscious. This type of mind most clearly manifest in dreams, but allegedly also present as pent up feelings when awake. Jumbled thoughts in people whose mental problems and in normal people, and people who are under the influence of certain drugs describe this activity: the idea is guided solely by the desire for immediate fulfillment of desire regardless of logic, morals, order time , causality, or the demands of external reality. Thinking at this level comply with the pleasure principle (reality principle) search for pleasure and avoidance of pain. Doubt, uncertainty and contradictions have no place in the autistic mind.

Conversely, realistic thinking tends productive aimed at actions or solutions to problems. This type of thinking is the hallmark of preconscious nature and nature awareness. Thinking at this level comply with the principle of the regulation and control reality according to the demands of the outside world behavior. Anticipation over the possibility of changes in the environment and the consequences of an action increases the ability to delay immediate gratification pleasure with abandon and replace it with a long-term action plan that is more appropriate and adaptive.

In order to understand the basis of the thought process, we also need to know the dynamics of behavior. Behavior refers to the pattern of reactions that lead to goals that can be observed objectively. In addition, the behavior also refers to internal processes such as thinking and emotional reactions, which can be observed or inferred from the introspective external behavior.

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