20 Apr How to Switch Off Your Negative Thought Button
Hey gorgeous people,
“I can’t seem to turn the negative thought button off”
Do you resonate with that? If so, this may just be the right one for you.
– Do you find it difficult to think anything positive?
– Do you feel anxious all the time?
– Do you identify yourself as an overthinker?
– Does a simple thought end up taking into a darker place?
If you are in this place, you may find yourself waking up to a trail of negative thought, spending hours struggling to sleep and when you do eventually sleep, you may experience discomfort and the sleep is disrupted and you may end up waking up in the morning feeling tired. You may find yourself either withdrawing yourself or feeling reckless or even both causing you to push loved ones away resulting in feeling lonely and guilty.
I was there once. My outer world represented the inner chaos I was experiencing. I tried a lot of approaches until one day, someone pointed me in the direction that changed the cause of my life.
Although, it may seem impossible, you can just like me;
– Wake up to the present instead of the negative past or worrying about the future
– Feeling peaceful internally despite what’s happening around you
– TURN OFF the negative thought button
I am going to impart wisdom on how to take ACTIONS to get there. There’s no magic pills. The truth is unless you take responsibility and actions, your life will continue to be the same.
We are what we make ourselves to be. Success is a by product of our internal peace and happiness. We don’t attract peace and happiness as a result of success.
I have designed a self-help course with the intention of slowly guiding you through to
– Reduce anxiety
– Reduce stress
– Reduce overwhelm
– Recognize and switch off the negative thought button.
Get that creativity, happiness and calmness flowing instead of trying to manufacture control in your life.
You can find more information by clicking the link.
Even if it is difficult, put a little trust in yourself and be open to try something new. I am not teaching you anything that I haven’t tried and tested.