”Your strongest muscle & worst enemy is your mind. Train it well.”
Every day we have one “muscle” that can’t be taken away from us, it shapes everything we do and how we experience the world around us. In actuality, it isn’t an actual muscle, but it is easily more powerful than even the strongest muscle. Our mind can make us sick, or make us well, it can drive us to see deception and paranoia in the actions of others, or simply other humans just trying to get along in life. Train Your Brain Day recognizes the power of the mind, and how training it to be positive can change our lives as a whole.
History of Train Your Brain Day
Train Your Brain Day was created to bring attention to, and celebrate, the incredible power of the mind. Whether you look at the ‘power of the mind’ as being the ability to come up with creative new things, solve math equations, and design towering skyscrapers, or as the ability to change the way we feel and think about ourselves and others, it’s undeniable that the mind is a powerful tool and weapon. Every day we train our mind, teaching it how to react to situations, telling it what it’s capable of, and even how to interpret the feelings and actions of others.
With its ability to have such a profound effect on our lives, we should be taking the time to hone and sharpen our minds every day. Thoughts and patterns can become ingrained in our mind, so choosing what and how we think is of vital importance if we want to have the best and most positively lived life we can. Train Your Brain Day reminds you that how you feel, what you think, and how you react to the world is a choice, train your brain to make the best ones.
How to Celebrate Train your Mind Day
Train Your Brain Day is best celebrated by starting the path to a brighter and healthier future, and it starts off by deciding what kind of day you’re going to have. When you wake up, decide how you’re going to face the day. Don’t make the mistake of setting yourself up for failure, we can’t decide on the actions of others or what life is going to bring to us that day, but we can choose how we react to it. Situations that could be frustrating could instead be viewed as opportunities that you’re excited to tackle, other people being mean could instead be seen in the light of them having a bad day and choosing to feel bad for them without it affecting you. The mind is capable of turning almost any limitation or situation into a positive, and it all starts with the choice to do so.