habitually building positive thoughts to replace the negative ones.
Becoming a person who thinks positively of themselves isn’t something that happens overnight -
we all have years of experiences, stories, memories, fears, and worries that have created the landscape of our mind.
Taking time to dismantle unconscious thoughts is never easy. But it is possible.
The first thing that you can do to help rewire your brain is to insert empowering and positive
thoughts into your mind to reframe and replace the limiting ones. Oftentimes, the only thing holding us back from achieving what we want is the belief that we can’t do it. Take note of when you tell yourself “I can’t” and actively take a moment to think, “I can and I will.”
When you think something is “impossible” play devil’s advocate with yourself and challenge the
negative thought by asking why.
New science around neuroplasticity, social emotional learning, emotional intelligence and the human brain have shed some light on new techniques that can help clear old limiting beliefs and replace them with neural pathways that support success. Check out Dr. Deb Sandella's book Goodbye Hurt and Pain to read more about RIM, a simple, quick, powerful and effective tool to help clear painful experiences from memory and make room for peace and success! If you are interested in experiencing a RIM session with a certified facilitator, feel free to message me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll connect you.
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” - Walt Disney