Our perception is what shapes our reality. Each event that happens in our life we tend to focus on what we want to see. All humans have a fully functioning eye but how we view the world may be different. It is not really hard to find what we are looking for but to see what others see or what we are looking for is the hardest part of our lives.
There is a quote by Dr. Wayne Dyer – “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”. Imagine that you meet a person for the first time. What you focus on that person be it positive or negative is what you will continue to notice in that person.
If you focus on that person’s negative qualities, then you will only attract their negative qualities that make you feel unattractive towards that person.
The life we have is all about perceptions. Be it in the workplace, romantic life, or between siblings, the way we see and interpret others will affect the way we understand their personality.
We can manage how others view us and the most important point in managing people’s perception is to understand yourself first and find out how people perceive you.
Making a personal assessment of yourself to identify your weak and strong points, good and bad habits, as well as your character. The more confident you are in dealing with people when you know more about yourself. Create an inner connection with yourself.
The next step is to learn how others perceive you.
Asking about what the people who are close to you think about you will help you get an idea about how people view you. Be patient and cautious of your reactions as you will not be getting all positive feedback from others.
This is also applicable to how we perceive situations in our lives. Analyze both side’s pros and cons before sharing your thoughts to the group. What you perceive may not be what others around you feel or view things.
Your perception will always become the reality you are looking for. So make sure what you view is positive and harmless to the people around you.
We can find and concentrate on the positive, in any circumstance. This same theory applies to places as well. Your view of a specific spot will on occasion end up being the truth of that place.
You can take two individuals and have them stand directly alongside one another at a similar spot, taking a gander at similar things and they may have extraordinary perspectives to share of that exceptionally same spot. They have distinctive encounters since they have diverse perceptions.
The most essential thing to acknowledge is that our perception is dependably a decision; we can stop at any minute and have an alternate perspective on things.
Your existence can be whatever you pick it to be, everything comes down to the observation that you have.