“Luckily, because every part of your brain works together to interpret stimuli from the world around you to create ‘reality’, you can use language and positive self-talk to intercept and reshape perceptions. This is called ‘top-down’ processing. You can use the executive function of your prefrontal cortex (up brain) to send declarative messages to your moresubconscious ‘down brain’ where implicit memories are formed and stored to create an optimistic perspective of the world.” 

Scientists Find That a Single Word Can Alter Perceptions

Language has the power to make the invisible appear real.
Published on August 27, 2013 by Christopher Bergland in The Athlete’s Way
I thought about this before and had exactly the same idea. I regularly think ‘talk’  myself into a positive frame of mind.  Life is too short to be miserable all the time even for an Aspergirl.

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