Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Positive Communication..

Positive communication is very important for our mental health. Thats what Om Dani said in his recent post in vibrant community, a mailing list for the facilitators who are trying to develop the art of facilitation into its best form. As initiated by peole using the art of vibrant facilitation, most of the time we talked about "vibrant".

For me, the mailing list is among the ways I used to practice my critical thinking and positive communication. The mailing list is rich of positive questions and positive feedbacks. As humans, I believe that all of us are towards a positive direction in our lives. I'm on my path now towards integrity. So, what I gain from positive communication simply energize my actions.

Positive communication comes from positive attitude. And I think, positive attitude is a result of continuous practice with appreciation. Appreciation to yourself (self-esteem/confidence) and appreciation to people in contact with you.

A bit difficult in the first phase, but soon will be much easier as you get used to it. Start by filling your daily conversation with positive vocabulary. Put a sincere smile upon your face and generate one in everyone you meet during the day. Find blessing in everything happens and later on you'll see how easy to make blessing finds you. Anyone wants to add??

2 comments:

Noor Azman Othman GBE said...

Ada peribahasa melayu yang mengatakan, "alah bisa tegal biasa." Pernah dengar peribahasa itu? Maknanya lebih kurang, mula2 saja susah, kemudian akan menjadi senang apabila kita sudah biasa dengan keadaan tersebut.

Apa lagi, Start by filling your daily conversation with positive vocabulary. Put a sincere smile upon your face and generate one in everyone you meet during the day. Find blessing in everything happens and later on you'll see how easy to make blessing finds you.

Kami diNA mengatakanya, gratitude lists.

Ithoy said...

"Alah bisa karena biasa"...dalam Bahasa.

Gratitude list, I'll remember it. I knew it, but I don't remember the simple term of it. Learn it from many sources. One of the sources is a recover addict.

Not you Bang Man...:) It's Rangga. My recover-addict ex-boyfriend..