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When You Start Doing This, You Will Free Your Mind

How Replacing Negative Thoughts With Positive Ones Will Change Your Life Forever



If you’re anything like me, your mind is running wild constantly. Tens of thousands of thoughts go through your head everyday. A lot of them are questions. And many are repeating themselves. So among all of this chaos, you can start to recognize your dominant questions.

So, take a day or two to start realizing what your dominant questions are. And ask yourself, “Is this helpful to me?”

Unfortunately, for most of us these dominant questions are typically negative or disempowering—things like “How can I get people to like me more?” or “Why is everyone more successful than me?” These types of questions are entirely unproductive and all they do is cloud the vision of who you truly are.


So try asking different questions instead—ones that empower you. Obviously these will be different for everyone, but that’s to be expected. Some questions for myself are, “How can I be more compassionate towards others?” and “How can I improve my mind to improve my life?”


These dominant questions are positive and constructive and do something super important: They shift the mindset to have a limitless approach. And this new mindset can actually be beneficial for your health. Studies show that people with positive attitudes are 13 percent less likely to suffer from heart attacks or depression.


So the next time you find yourself saying bullsh*t like “I can’t,” “I’m not,” or “I don’t,” try flipping that on its head. Ask yourself, “How can I?” And try recalling times when you were successful in something—even if only partially—to help reinforce your confidence.

By repetitively beating the sh*t out of your inner critic, you’ll start to become an entirely new person. So when that assh*le shows up to talk some sh*t, tell it to f*ck off and give it a good ass-kicking when it tries to bring you down. Because the real you is a badass and you don’t need that type of negativity in your life.


Hope you enjoyed the read.

Much Love,