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Releasing Negative Thoughts – Part 3 of Celebrating Your Dreams

August 02, 2010 By: celedra Category: Mantra, Malas, Meditation, Mind Body Spirit, Video

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Welcome to part 3 of Celebrate Your Dreams: Releasing Negative Thoughts. How do we get rid of all those awful thoughts? Here are some techniques that work. Do them and be free! Your beautiful self is waiting for you.

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5 Steps to Break Down Negative Thinking

June 28, 2010 By: Janna Chin Category: Living with Intention, Mind Body Spirit

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Stop Beating Yourself Up!

Do you pay attention to everything your mind tells you? Our minds can take us on a wild goose ride with all the “What if’s” and “I should have’s.” The mind is the main cause of the “Worrier” in us and is the culprit for our automatic tendency to “beat ourselves up” at the first sign of problems.

Psychologists believe we have between 60,000-70,000 thoughts a day and approximately 80% of those thoughts are negative or self-damaging. Negative thoughts have been developing in our subconscious for years, often stemming from incidences in our lives when we were “put down” or criticized.

In fact, until you actively try to identify these negative thoughts, you’re probably not even aware they’re there. Negative thinking starts from childhood. It’s hard to realize how negative self-talk can be detrimental to your self-esteem, self-concept, and confidence when it’s so automatic.

For instance, if something happens that doesn’t turn out the way you expected, the automatic negative thoughts could be, “I’m so stupid. I should have known better.”

Habitually thinking negatively or “beating yourself up” results in the real belief that you’re “not good enough,” stupid, or can’t do anything right. With negative thinking, you’ve probably settled for less and compromised your integrity more times than you prefer to remember. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to feel confident and successful when you’re constantly “beating yourself down.” Read more »




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