Are you Addicted to Negative Thinking?
Hypnotherapy, Awareness Therapy, and Regression Therapy can change your body’s chemistry and the actual wiring of your brain. The newest brain research proves that without a doubt.
Old fashioned complaining therapy or “addiction groups” only reinforce the pain people try to heal.
People call me to get help for serious addictions — Smoking, Coke, Rx Drugs, Alcohol, Porn, and Gaming, to name a few.
Last night, I saw a tall, handsome 52-year-old rocker, an ex-drug addict, covered with hip tattoos, who is now addicted to a psychopath girl and AA meetings. It happens.
He attends meetings every day and constantly complains about his life. Does that help? Not one bit.
Then he wonders why he’s still in so much pain. Simple.
He’s addicted to the pain and negative thinking.
But is being “addicted” to negative thinking a thing? You bet!
Just listen to what people say to you and each other, or look at the Instagram messages or Tweets that inflame your brain. But you keep following.
When your friends call, do you listen while they download their anxiety, fear, and anger?
Do you act as a receptacle? Nodding and perhaps saying, “Oh, that’s so awful!” But then do you feel as if someone’s just pulled the plug on your energy – zapped you?
If so, Welcome to Energy Vampire Central! You’ve been bled of your own happiness!
Don’t get upset. There’s a way out!
It’s easy to get addicted to negativity because of your own brain wiring. Don’t blame your friends or yourself. Humans have a predisposition to focus on the negative because it’s a brain’s survival mechanism. And your fabulous brain wants to make sure that your eyeballs, ears, and other senses have noticed that a potential threat exists and that you can escape.
Flight, Fight or Freeze!
But once you actually become aware of your thoughts and realize that you are safe, you can calm yourself down. You can get free of the negativity that steals your joy and robs you of life’s energy.
How? Focus on everything that makes you happy.
Then if something or someone doesn’t bring joy into your life, ask yourself, “Why am I doing this?” Finally, begin to take responsibility for your own life. Stop blaming things, situations, and especially other people.
You get to choose your own thoughts, yes? So take control. Now.
Happiness is not a destination – it’s a choice. So choose Freedom from Negative Thinking Now!
If you need help with changing your mind, your brain, and your habits, just give me a call. (323) 933-4377
Sending you love,
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