"Sitting on your shoulders
is the most complicated object
in the known universe."
Our brains produce our every thought, emotion, plan, memory, action, and feeling of our world. It's no wonder that our brains can experience overload.
Here's the second of 3 powerful steps to prevent Brain Overload and win from within:
Step #2: Ask Yourself What Are You Focussing on? What You Want Or What You Don't Want?
When you have a habit of focusing on what you DON’T want, your mind tends to create an internal picture of what that looks like and may even take action on it.
For example, if I said, “I don’t want to eat any chocolate,” what do you suppose I’m thinking about? You guessed it; Chocolate. And how long do you suppose it would take before I rummage through my cupboards looking for the chocolate bar I hid earlier that morning? Desperately trying to avoid something can build unnecessary internal pressure and is not a great strategy.
Tip: When you focus on what you DO want, you give your brain very specific instructions that will yield more powerful and productive results.
As simple as it may sound, this strategy helps unnecessary pressure in the brain.
Look out for Step #3 coming soon, and, in the meantime, if you need more than good tips for coping with Brain Overload and want to deal with the limiting beliefs and self-doubt that cause anxiety and stress, get in touch.
It's what I do... powerfully.
Be safe. Be well.