Author Topic: Social Media actually hinders you from reprogramming your subconscious mind  (Read 54 times)

spreadpositivity

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If you are currently reprogramming your subconscious mind and you still cannot see positive results, I suggest you do "social media detox".

The more we scroll down on social media, the more false limiting beliefs we absorb since it is a platform where everyone can ceaselessly share their thoughts. As a result, social media becomes a source of negative energy.

I did my own "social media detox" and I've never felt more peaceful <3

Let me share to you how I did this.

1. ONLY ACCEPT FRIEND REQUESTS FROM REAL FRIENDS. Make your circle of friends as small as possible. Avoid adding/accepting requests from strangers. You don't want to share your private life strangers. Also, have the courage to UNFRIEND/UNFOLLOW those people who always rant about their lives. You would end up absorbing their negative energy. Allow your social media to be a platform of peace and love.

2. LESSEN SOCIAL MEDIA USE.  Disconnect with social media and connect with the nature. Go out and appreciate the world through outdoor activities. You can have fun with some friends at the beach, go hiking,  play some sports, etc. For the past few days you've been spending your time looking down to your phone. Why not try looking up and see the breathtaking beauty of the nature? In my case, I've been trying to avoid social media for at least 2 days per week. You can schedule your own "disconnecting time", too!

3. SPREAD POSITIVITY. Never post anything negative about your life. Social media may be a platform to express your thoughts, but that doesn't mean you also have to post LITERALLY EVERYTHING. If you constantly post about how your life sucks, your subconscious mind would "think" that you are proud that your life actually sucks. As a result, your life would LITERALLY SUCK. So, why not share solutions instead of problems? Why not share hope despite hopelessness? Why not SPREAD POSITIVITY? ;)

The steps are simple, right? You can follow these steps, too!

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DianneM

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hello! first time to read something about social media detoxing and i might consider it too. 2 days off from the net isn't that bad at all for me and i think i should try it every week or so. thank you for posting this kind of topic, people should consider to remove themselves sometimes from their phones.

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Teens say that using social media strengthens their friendships with family and friends, provides them a valuable source of creative self-expression, and makes them feel less lonely and more connected. They are fully aware that spending time on their smartphones detracts from homework and face-to-face communication, and they know that tech companies are out to get their attention, designing products to keep them tethered to their phones. But in sum, they’ve got things handled.
Thank you for these steps, it really helps a lot to everyone who spending a lot of time in social media.

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You forgot to "UNFOLLOW" toxic people.

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I included that under the first step  :) :D