If you have 3 or more thoughts a day that you wish you could stop thinking. Then keep on reading. If you don’t have 3 or more thoughts a day that you wish you could stop thinking…then consider yourself darn lucky.
Listen, you probably feel all alone in that mind of yours, chattering away at stuff that is painful. Here’s a few things I want you to know…
- 70% of American’s want to improve their lives and handle the negative chatter in their heads.
That is 224.98 million people as of the 2015 census.
- 86% of American’s are under stress on a regular basis.
That is 276.40 million people as of the 2015 census.
See, you are hardly alone!
So let’s fix that. Isn’t it time you got out of your head…it’s a bad neighborhood. I am here to tell you, “You Can.”
And it’s not as hard as you might think.
HINT #1: Listen very closely to the words that you are hearing. It’s important to listen very closely because the thing I want you to know is that the words are your words.
HINT #2: The words you hear about yourself are the words you have been telling yourself through thought and speaking over and over.
HINT #3: Don’t argue with the voice in your head. Don’t try to make it stop. The resistance of it actually pushes it deeper. Just let it come and let it go.
HINT #4: Make a firm commitment with yourself to be aware of when you are actually speaking the same words about yourself under your breath or out loud. And choose to not speak them ever again. If you do then just stop.
These hints will begin to help minimize the impact of your negative thoughts. To eliminate them all together can be done if you choose to be free of the hold your mindset has on you.
Let’s get you started in that direction…sooner than later.