As part of my journey of conscious living, I have been practising witnessing my thoughts and becoming aware of the typical thought patterns and stories my mind likes to play (and replay).
I have been noticing how much my mind takes me out of the present and gets me lost in thinking, and I have been observing all of the games it plays to stop me simply enjoying this moment.
And just the other day, I caught myself in a sneaky mental pattern which totally sabotages my happiness, inner peace and my ability to simply enjoy my life.
I noticed how much my mind loves to find things that are ‘wrong’. It wants to find, or even create, things to be wrong with me and my life. It is as though it finds a sense of purpose in creating problems, so it can fix them.
As I witnessed this pattern, I began exploring the question “What if nothing was actually wrong?“. As I sat with it, a whole heap of new insights dropped in and I felt inspired to share them in a podcast for you.
If you can relate to what I am sharing, and you feel ready to break through this endless mental cycle of worry and struggle, tune into today’s episode to hear my simple practices for shifting this pattern.
In Today’s Podcast Episode I Cover:
+ How our mind finds purpose through creating problems that it can then fix.
+ Why nothing is inherently negative or bad, but rather it is our label or judgment that makes it wrong.
+ How the practise of acceptance can break the cycle of stress and struggle .
+ Why worry will only arise if you are not living in the present moment.
+ My favourite affirmations to bring more peace and ease into your life.
+ How to take action from a state of non-resistance which is free from drama and difficulty.
Listen to Episode #36:
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Can you relate to this tendency to find things wrong with your life and create problems to solve? Share with me how this plays out for you in the comments.