One daily tip for improving your mindset is to practice gratitude. Take a few minutes each day to reflect on the things you are thankful for and express gratitude for them. This can help shift your focus from what you lack to what you have, and help you appreciate the positive aspects of your life.

Another helpful tip is to practice mindfulness, which involves being present and fully engaged in the current moment without judgment. This can help you reduce stress and anxiety, increase self-awareness, and improve your overall well-being. You can practice mindfulness through activities such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, or simply taking a few moments to focus on your senses and surroundings.

Additionally, try to challenge negative thoughts and self-talk by replacing them with positive affirmations and a growth mindset. Focus on your strengths and the progress you have made rather than dwelling on mistakes or setbacks. Finally, surround yourself with positive and supportive people who uplift and motivate you.

Summary of Video:

Bentinho Massaro, discusses the difference between the state of consciousness and the state of assuming. He explains that most of us spend our time in a state of assuming, where we are not deliberately aware before our mind, and we assume that the world and the objects in it have independent existence. This state of assuming is compared to being on automatic pilot, responding to stimuli, and identifying ourselves in relationship to others.

Bentinho suggests that by turning up the brightness on awareness, existence, consciousness, bliss, and the inner sense of “I am,” we can turn down the brightness on the external world and enter a state of God or individual God. In this state, the world starts to disappear, and we experience relief, peace, love, light, clarity, abundance, and generosity. He describes this state as a heightened state of clarity and awareness, where we are aware of the sense of I am before thought and the core within us.

Bentinho emphasizes the importance of having a dedicated intentional space to come together and have direct contact with God as ourselves because our planet, society, and civilization are not set up to support this recognition. He encourages readers to trust their most inner guidance over reasoning, logic, and external sources of knowledge. He suggests that by realizing ourselves and having a profound intuitive recognition of the different levels of God in our direct experience, we can maintain this recognition in our everyday lives.

Overall, Bentinho encourages readers to cultivate a heightened state of awareness, turn down the brightness on the external world, and experience a deeper connection with the divine within ourselves. He believes that by doing so, we can experience a more profound sense of peace, love, and joy in our everyday lives.