How to control your thoughts
How to control your thoughts?
Start paying attention to how you think.
You might be holding yourself back more than you think.
In last week’s post, we spoke about what the ego is, and that it’s just a thought construct.
Meaning you are more than your thoughts and you have the power to shift your state and your reality✨
In the beginning stages of your personal development journey, this can be a difficult concept to fully acknowledge and implement in your life.
But you need to realise that your conscious mind (responsible for your thoughts and immediate actions) is a projection of your subconscious (the part that actually controls 95% of your life).
Once you start reframing your negative thoughts, your subconscious mind starts to adapt to the new belief system. A change in your belief system results in a change in your behaviour and therefore a change in your reality.
Making the shift in your subconscious mind requires work. You must discover and untangle those beliefs that hold you back and only then will you be able to see sustainable changes.
Here are a few things that you can do to start the process:
- Notice the repeating patterns in your life: these unhealthy patterns that you keep repeating are a very good clue that there’s a limiting belief behind it. What does that mean? For example, if you keep telling yourself that you aren’t loveable or aren’t good enough, you are very likely to keep attracting relationship that reinforce this belief. So if you keep attracting d*ckhead partners, maybe it’s time to look at how you love and appreciate yourself!
- Become curious about your inner critic: what is the critical inner voice saying to you? Start to take note of the dialogue going on in your head and you will uncover some of those beliefs that hold you back! And the good thing is, when you bring awareness to this inner dialogue, you can start talking back and dismissing the unhelpful comments from your inner critic.
- Reflect on the hurtful things people say to you and how much they affect you. The thing is, usually those mean comments from others shouldn’t bother you, but if they strike a chord, it might be because they reflect something you already unconsciously believe about yourself. Now that you have more awareness, how can you be more kind and loving towards yourself?
This is the kind of process I go through with clients in my Breakthrough Sessions.
We get down to the root cause, clean up the wounds, and reprogram your mind to align with your goals in life.
If you want to learn more about how I can help you take control of your thoughts, book your free discovery call now!
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