Why our negative thinking cannot hurt us — Unless we pay attention to it.

Why our negative thinking cannot hurt us — Unless we pay attention to it

Why our negative thinking cannot hurt us — Unless we pay attention to it.

When we become more and more aware of the power of our thinking we sometimes begin to fear our negative thinking.

We begin to think that we should not experience negative thoughts, and in case we do we need to try to think more positive.

Today I wanted to share something that I’ve lately began to see more deeper. The understanding that it’s never our thinking that can hurt us, but our attention to our thinking has sunk deeper.

Lately I’ve come across the work of Joe Dispenza who explains more scientifically what I’ve seen to be true spiritually.

It’s a powerful thing to see what really happens in our brains when we experience stress. A real chaos is created. And if we continue to stay in this state of stress for longer periods of times our immune system literally starts to shut down, we experience the heaviness of our thinking, and experience disease.

The important thing here though is to recognize that it’s not our negative thinking itself that causes the chaos and creates unbalance. It’s normal that we experience stress for short periods of times. However it’s our attention to our negative thinking that is destructive and creates long-term stress.

If we become aware that we are experiencing a negative thought and we don’t pay attention to it, our thinking naturally changes. If we don’t follow a thought, meaning create more negative thoughts around it or resist it, we don’t cause any harm when it comes to our lives and wellbeing.

However if we’re unaware that our experience in the moment is coming from that thought and we’re taking our negative thinking too seriously, we dive deeper into the negativity. We begin to experience stress for longer periods of time, we begin to live in drama and create disease.

Recognizing this is powerful, because it gives us our power back.

Thought cannot hurt us, but we’re in control.

As soon as we become aware of the process, we can recognize how we truly are in control.

We don’t need to fear our thinking. The more we fear our negative thoughts, the more negative thinking we create in the form of resistance.

Every time when we analyze from that place of stress we only end up making things worse. Not only do we dive deeper into our negative thoughts, but also the answers that we look for can never be found from this place.

For us to find real answers, experience balance, heal and feel good again we actually need to look into a 180 degrees different direction. We need to look away from our thinking and find that place of peace and balance when our minds are calm and still.

We need to look away from our thinking and find that place of peace and balance when our minds are calm and still.

When we are not thinking about anything.

That’s the place when we can sense that we are part of something bigger than ourselves. The state where healing occurs naturally when our bodies return back to balance, when we stop creating chaos with our minds. It’s the state where we experience peace and love and good things are drawn to us.

Our bodies want to heal and our minds are drawn back to that place of balance within us.

If we’re aware of the process and don’t innocently interrupt it, our thinking naturally shifts. If we don’t follow a thought it cannot cause us any harm.

And that space that is created in the process will be naturally filled with these feelings of love, joy, harmony and other good feelings.

We are in control and whatever we pay attention to grows.

With love,
Heidi

Heidi Paavilainen

Sharing an understanding that allows us to connect more with that deeper part within us, so that we can find our own answers from within, find that greater sense of wellbeing and have relationships that feel good. Receive my weekly emails about love and wellbeing or learn more about my One-on-one coaching program here.

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