“In each human heart are a tiger, a pig, an ass, and a nightingale. Diversity of character is due to their unequal activity.” Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914) Satirist, Poet, Journalist
After many scientific studies, researchers now believe that a person’s character does not consist of a single personality type. There is increasing evidence that a personality is a confluence of several different attitudes and beliefs.
They argue that rather than being one single factor as previously assumed, personality appears to be a more complex, versatile condition marked by blends of attitudes reflecting differing levels of good or bad.
Thus, a personality consists of different facets like a diamond. How you react in any circumstance, depends upon your personality and attitudes, conscious and subconscious, positive and negative.
Bear in mind attitudes are according to an individual’s personality, although no one can have a personality without attitudes. More often than not, one will find an opportunity to assume an attitude of your choice. For instance, when you are angry and offended about something, it is always your choice how to react.
Personality does not really change over time. This is not to say that it never changes, but rather that it is more or less stable. It is one’s attitudes to life that can change a person’s character significantly.
What’s more, those attitudes will affect a person’s behaviour now and the rest of their lives. If positive believes develop in the mind, one’s attitudes will most likely show the way to health and happiness. Then again, if the role models were negative, it may be a different story.
In reality everyone carry their attitudes around with them, and one’s thoughts, behaviour, and even fears, will always be exposed by one’s attitudes. Therefore, every person should know how to use and manage this unique asset
Thoughts, actions, and all the events and conditions of our reality are the reflections of, and reactions to our attitudes. Your subconscious mind works for positive and negative attitudes alike. If one, give it power your subconscious will accurately reproduce the data impressed upon it.
Your mind does not need to prove, that your attitudes are moral or amoral, true or false, positive or negative; it just reacts to the nature of your feelings and personality.
Never underestimate the power of your attitudes. They will have a direct influence on how you are handling a difficult situation now, or problems the next day.
Keep in mind, the real secret to a happier and more successful lifestyle is emotional aptitude, by reprogramming your attitudes.