How to stop being nervous around people

Hey there, what’s up? I’m Clark. Thank you for visiting my site, as a reward we shall discuss how to stop being nervous around people on this page. First I will share what I believe regarding this subject, and then you can leave your questions and comments in the comment box below. Without further ado, let’s get started.

Are We Absorbing People’s Feelings?

There is a claim, and it may not be as strange or uncommon as people think, that we can actually absorb the feelings of the people around us. Or at the very least, we can pick up on their emotions. For example, have you ever picked up on the energy of a room when you entered it? Perhaps you’ve been feeling happy before you enter the room, but the moment you enter it you felt sort of a nervousness welling up?

That might not have been you; you might have been picking up on the general feelings of the people around the room. And you let yourself be swayed or affected by it. So in the end it still comes down to you.

Some people are more, shall we say sensitive, than others. Some are more… thick-skinned I suppose. But sensitive or not, there is a way that you can set your own tone, set your own vibration (which in simple terms means how you feel).

Here Is How You Can Stop Being Nervous Around People

No matter the reason, there might well be only one way to stop it. And it starts from ourselves, because as always when we clean up the inside we clean up the outside.

The first thing to do is to set your intention before an event occurs. The simplest example I can give to you is when you wake up first thing in the morning, you set an intention to appreciate everything that happens today and everyone that you come across. Before you go to a party, you set an intention not to be shy, and to be yourself and enjoy the party. And then you deliberately choose thoughts that make you feel as you intended, and deliberately turn away from thoughts that don’t make you feel as you intended (note: what you are feeling is a consequence of what you are thinking).

A good intention needs to be unconditional. That is, no matter what happens, you are determined to think thoughts that lead to you feeling like that. No matter if you feel a dip in your feelings once you enter the room, remember your intention and think thoughts that are aligned with that. Let the room be nervous all they want, you don’t have to be because everyone has the power to choose how they want to feel.

As you do this more and more, you train yourself to deliberately choose your own thoughts and hence your own feelings. Over time, it becomes easier to be the master of your own thoughts and emotions.

What Do You Think?

That is pretty much all I have to say about this topic. What do you think about it? Do you agree with what I have to say? Do you disagree? Are you willing to try it for yourself? Do let me know your questions and comments below. I shall see you around!

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