Curiosity is what creates excitement, enthusiasm, and health

Postby Arne Pedersen » Mon Aug 23, 2021 10:06 pm

Remember that curiosity you had when you were a child? To get so excited with something new that catches your attention and awareness. That feeling of excitement and enthusiasm is actually our natural state of being that motivates us to grow and learn. When we get caught in habits and too many routines this limits life only to the known and predictable, which suffocates curiosity because that requires new and unknown to flourish.

If you are feeling stuck, unhappy and bored with life, then stop practicing the habit of your habits and open yourself up to try new things. Imagine you are a kid and open your curiosity to new things, or to old things but try doing them in new ways. Without curiosity how can there be any motivation or excitement to try something new that will motivate you to get out of bed in the morning? If life can only remain the same it will become stagnant, unhappy and boring, and what is the point in that! So what are you curious about today?

I hope this article is useful to you!

Stay tuned for more self help articles each week.


As well, here is a short 2:50 min youtube video I did on this topic: https://youtu.be/4E9VKqYjoTU

If it interests you there are a lot more Self-Help videos on my Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrY_GQAjTaprjlQZKuNP-xQ
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Postby Alpha90 » Tue Aug 24, 2021 12:06 pm

Thank you for sharing those here. It can help a lot of people.
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Postby Arne Pedersen » Fri Nov 12, 2021 10:29 pm

Your welcome Alpha90. I am glad you think so, as that is the idea!
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