Mastering the mind requires a commitment to lifelong learning, growing, and adjusting. In other words, you have to become comfortable in the uncomfortable. Below are some ways to get started on your journey of mastering your mind.
1 Pay Attention to your thoughts. We experience tens of thousands of thoughts per day, and statistics tell us that more than half of those thoughts are typically negative. If you want to master your mind, you have to learn to control your thoughts. But you can't do that if you're unaware of what you're thinking, right?
2 Dismiss all thoughts that don't serve you. If you observe a thought that makes you feel terrible, or causes you to doubt or think more negative thoughts, it's your duty to release that thought and replace it with a more positive one.
3 Choose thoughts that feel good. It takes the same amount of effort to think positively as it does to think negatively, and only one of those will get you to a place of abundance, happiness, and health. So, why not choose to spend your time focusing on the things that will enhance your life rather than hinder it?
4 Practice positive self-talk. Every thing you speak, you hear, and every cell in your body responds to. Choose to speak life, wealth, health, abundance, elevation. This doesn't only mean to yourself. You have to practice speaking positively to others, because what you say to another person you're saying to yourself as well.
5 Consume things that are aligned with your goals. Watch things that are uplifting, educating, etc. Eat things that are nourishing to your body and to your mind. Engage in conversations and activities that elevate your mood and cause you to be inspired. Read things that teach you something that serves your best self.
All of these things are important in mastering your mindset. If you start to implement these steps into your everyday life, you will start to see improvements in how you feel and what you accomplish. If you need more help with removing blockages from your mind, shop our store for journal kits that cater to building and strengthening a more positive mindset.