You are not meant to continually analyse your thoughts

Stop thinking today for a better tomorrow.

“The truth is, there is no actual stress or anxiety in the world; it’s your thoughts that create these false beliefs.” ~Wayne Dyer.

When you learn to observe your thoughts instead of analyzing them, you’re on your way to living a life without stress or anxiety.

People have thoughts all of the time, they are the remnants of history that people cling to in order to give their life meaning.

The thoughts that effect people emotionally are the dangerous ones because they are the ones that will keep them awake at night.

Be they angry, sad or unknowing thoughts they still cause damage because if you don’t get a good night’s sleep, your mind will suffer first and then this is passed onto the body.

The way to stop the downward spiral is to conscientiously let these thoughts pass you by, you’ve already spent time on them when the event happened so no amount of analyzing them is going to change what happened.

If you learn to let your thoughts pass, you will have trained your brain to ignore the past and start living in the now where you exist.

Your mind will be free from stress and anxiety and you will be living a far happier life. I’ll leave you with one final thought.

“Always keep your mind as clear as the sky on a sunny summer’s day, empty of all thoughts.”

About BrendanDunne

You're responsible for your life, past, present and future. Just remember, you can only change one of them.
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1 Response to You are not meant to continually analyse your thoughts

  1. Kate says:

    Wise words.
    I’ll have to ruminate about what you’ve said.
    I come from a family who has a hard time letting a thought, especially a negative one, pass them by.

    Like

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