3 posts tagged thinking

The Moments of Regret

Regret is a painful thing. We see it through the lens of things undone, unsaid, unbeen. We feel it for those moments where our head overran our heart. We embrace it when we act from fear rather than love. All these moments we regret. It is never the moments from love, but the ones acted on—or not—out of fear; these are the moments we miss(understand). Our mind wants to protect us, but from what? What is it our mind first causes us to fear—then ask us to protect against? Sadly, it ...

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The Heart of Self-Worth

"Thoughts become things," Mike Dooley says. You don't get what you deserve, you get what you think you deserve. Life provides your perceived worth, not your actual worth. Only when you connect with your intrinsic goodness — your courage and your kindness — do you allow, and feel you deserve, all of life's blessings. Only then, can you truly get what you deserve. For only then, do you trust in your unconditional worth. Unconditional worth belongs to you. It's always been yours. ...

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Paralyzing Thinking

What stops you dead in your tracks? One thing that stops me is thinking about my performance. Whether it is before, during, or after an action in which I want to perform and do it well, thinking about my performance paralyzes me. For what I am really doing in that moment is judging my performance, but more specifically, what I am really, really doing is jumping to (very negative) conclusions about my performance. I am deciding I know exactly what You think about it. Except every ...

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