How Is Your Self-Talk?

How Is Your Self-Talk?

How Is your self-talk
Always see the negative rather than the positive ?

Acutely aware of what’s wrong rather than what’s right about something or someone?

What are you telling yourself this morning and every morning?

 

So are you a glass half-empty or half-full type of person?

How you answer these questions about positive thinking reflects your outlook on life, your attitude toward yourself and the very experiences you attract into your life – and it is highly likely to affect your levels of stress and so it may even affect your health.

Positive thinking is much more than just “cotton wool” optimism, and it is becoming increasingly recognised in positive psychology, mindfulness and other scientifically aligned areas of health and well-being that positive thinking can have a very powerful effect on our overall physical, mental and emotional states.  Some of these studies show that personality traits like optimism and pessimism can affect many areas of your health and well-being, and that the positive thinking that typically comes with optimism is a key part of effective stress management and reduction. And effective stress management is of course associated with many health benefits.

If you could do with more positive influence in your life, I wonder if you are ready to consider empowering yourself right now?

Check out the link to my life enhancing audio My Glass is More than Half Full– which is on special now til the end of the month!

This recording helps you use the power of your very own subconscious mind to help you improve your general level of positivity and most especially your self-talk, and as a result feel much more positive within yourself and attract more positive experiences into your life.

And remember to check in with yourself to work out “how is your self-talk” – it’s the most important voice you hear!!

You might also want to check out this article and video from Alison Ledgerwood at the University of California

https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/why-negative-campaigning-works-and-how-fight-it

Sure,the article from the University of California is about politics but the subject could be anything in life….including you or I.

What’s interesting is the way they suggest to bring about change for the issue…

  • rename it
  • be shiny and new
  • repeat the message

Gosh!!!! That’s what we do in hypnosis, time and time again …although we might use slightly different language for the terms.

Simple psychology like this is how are brains are wired…it’s just much more potent in hypnosis!!

Have a wonderful day!

Doug ❤️