Previously on The Soul Talks, I had mentioned about How to Let Things go and why you should let things go. In case, you’ve missed the article, press this ‘Lettings Things Go’
Today, the topic that I’ll be sharing with you is about Oozing Positive Vibes. Positive vibes for me are of utmost want, if I do not sense a positive vibe from a person then I prefer to maintain distance.
For most of us, positive vibes are very important but there are a few and probably more who prefer to stay shady.
Positivity can uplift a person when he’s going throw a downfall, can increase a morale of someone who’s disturbed or can fill empty spaces in a person’s heart.
To be optimistic is different and to ooze out positive vibes is different. If someone is optimistic that does not mean that person is oozing out positive vibes.
Optimism is the way of thinking and Positive vibes is the way of living.
While talking to an individual, just notice these three quick tips in-order to know whether he/she has that positive vibe to give out:
Overdoing stuff is not Positive Vibe:
While overdoing positivity with excessive gushing (like daylight that is too intense) can be off-putting, individuals who radiate positive vibes for the most part feel “warm.” Whether they are your boss, employee, or colleague, or your friend, relative, or life partner, warm people feel safe to share with. Like gentle sunshine, they radiate comfortably good feelings. Their positivity makes you want to talk with them more. As they establish good vibes as a relationship standard, others find themselves radiating positive energy back.
Look for mannerism:
This is that one trait we are kinda missing these days. Mannerism is of utmost preference while mentioning about positive vibes. If he pulls that chair for you to sit or opens up the door for you while moving, you kinda feel good or feel that sense of importance. Sometimes actions convey a lot then talk. This is that one subtle aspect that sets individuals apart in almost each walk of life.
Less argumentative and more constructive talks:
Arguments can really turn you down and then even if someone makes up for it, you’ve already made up your mind that he’s negative. So, I feel that constructive talking gives the impetus for things to generate positively. Lets understand it with an example, while talking to someone, you mention your preference that I like Justin Bieber and imagine you getting a response like, “He was such a bash and was in jail too and was very rude to his fans at times” that’s definitely making you go away from that person but if you get a response like “He’s with Hailey and he’ happy.” You feel warmth and that is what you want.
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