“Being in control requires conscious control.” “I practice what I teach and teach what I practice.”
Oh my goodness… This blog brought me life. I am in a similar space and needed to read this.
I’m in physical, spiritual, and emotional distress right now. I had an entire motivational article written for today, but I decided to postpone it.
My body physically aches, my mind drifts to the forgotten past and distant future, and I feel like I’m losing control of my emotions, functioning minimally, as I drift through each day, a hazy blur.
In phases like this, contrary to my better judgment, I tend to focus on what. Now more than ever, I need to reframe my mind towards where. One ‘w’ acknowledges, and the other, directs.
Don’t Ask, “What am I currently focusing on and thinking about?”
We give our brains free-reign over us. Through millions of years of evolution, thoughts are left to the unconscious mind, wantonly unguided. Pondering what, is just being aware of your current thoughts. Being in the present is important but is very…
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