A person has about 60000 thoughts a day. Some of them are positive, others are of course negative. It is impossible to monitor all of them. It would be pointless anyway, as our mind is actively looking for excitement, news, gossip, anything all the time, as its normal state is chaos.
How can you train yourself to “not to take your own thoughts and emotions so personally”?
Mindfulness is a good practise to help you accept that your thoughts and emotions have their own behaviour. It’s up to you to create a different relationship with them and to learn to respond, rather than react.
I teach Qigong, a powerful self-healing art, which incorporates gentle movements, relaxed breathing and awareness (mindfulness) to generate more energy, help you to stay younger for longer and handle stress better.
To sum it up it is all about being aware of the process and finding balance by understanding:
1. Positive thinking is good for you.
2. Discovering, accepting and letting go of your negative thoughts and emotions is essential and equally important.
Your motto is: deal with the negative and focus on the positive!
Eva Maria Hunt
Vibrational Healing Expert, Artist