Mental health, Mindfulness, Mindset

The Single Most Detrimental Thought: The Scary Thing Is… You Might Have Already Thought It Today

Are you aware of the thoughts that cross your mind on a daily basis?

We take our thinking for granted. We think useless thoughts. Thoughts that don’t benefit us. Or move us forward in life.

Instead, we allow thoughts in our minds that hold us back.

But, Our Thoughts Are More Powerful Than We Think!

Our thoughts have the power to manifest our reality…

“Great men are they who see that thought is stronger than any material force; That thoughts rule the world…”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

And we have the power to wield our thoughts.

To use them for good. Or for bad.

Ours Brains Are Always Listening To Us.

Whatever we say. Whatever we think.

When we speak the same words and think the same thoughts, over and over again, our brain sends these signals that begin to form neural pathways.

The more often we think the same thoughts, the stronger these neural pathways become.

And the stronger these pathways are, the harder it is to deter from having these same thoughts.

Which is Why The Most Detrimental thought we can be telling ourselves is “I Can’t.”

“I can’t do this…”

“I can’t do that…”

“I can’t ever be happy..”

The more often we are telling ourselves these things, the stronger these neural pathways of “I can’t” become.

And our brains will automatically take us to the thought “I can’t” for everything.

We are putting limitations on ourselves and our capabilities.

You Create Your Own Reality

You can break the cycle. The cycle of negative thinking. The cycle of “I can’t”…

Just by being aware.

And putting in the work to reverse it.

Keeping in mind, that the longer you’ve been in the pattern of negative thinking, the stronger your neural pathways are… which means you’ll just have to be consistent!

But it is possible.

By thinking “I CAN!” more often!

Because… Well… I know YOU can!


With love,

Miss T.


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