Perception – Day 12

Reset Your Thinking Day 12 – Perception

“We must not allow other people’s limited perceptions to define us.” – Virginia Satir

ResetReset Your Thinking!  The way that you interpret your life experience creates your identity. So, what does it take to become the best version of yourself possible? Why are you so hard on yourself? From the time you were born, you’ve received both positive and negative messages from your surroundings.

All those messages indelibly programmed into your subconscious to create your belief system. They become the filters through which we create our realityour self-image, acting on them as if they’re true. While they don’t change the world around us, they filter our life experience until we believe them to be true.

You become the person you think you are. If you think you’re someone who will never amount to anything… guess what? You’re right. These beliefs and how we respond to them become your “head space!”  What exactly is head space? Head space is that place in your mind where your thoughts, (both positive and negative) and judgments about yourself and your environment, combine to create your reality.

So, are we doomed by our perceptions of the past? Can we never get out of our negative head space? Of course, we can! But it takes work. You can improve your head space and improve the quality of your life. If you believe you are a person who cannot succeed, then success will evade you. You will subconsciously create failure as a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you believe you are a person who can succeed, then you will act accordingly! Again, this becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy! #ChangeYourPerception. #ResetYourThinking

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You Are Significant – Day 8

Reset Your Thinking Day 8 – You Are Significant

“I’m still thinking and hoping there’s an opportunity for people to have better lives and that significant change can occur.” –Tracy Chapman

ResetReset Your Thinking!  You may have been rejected by other kids at school, never fitted into the crowd and always felt different. This may have made you believe that there is something wrong with you. It may have made you afraid of getting close to people. It may  have made  you more introverted than you naturally are.

Or you may have heard a lot of criticism and negative talk from the people closest to you. This may have affected your self-esteem, making you feel worthless. You may live in fear and doubt our abilities to do anything. You may struggle to accept the unconditional love of God.

Or you may have had experiences where someone has broken your trust, taken advantage of you or abused you. This may cause you to be cold, hard-hearted towards people, building up barriers to prevent anyone from hurting you again. Trusting others and even God may be really challenging for you.

Know This! The Creator made you in His image and He does not make mistakes. When He created the world, He saw that it was good. When He created male and female, He saw that it was very good! When you were born God saw that you were very good! Created by Him, for His glory. Say a prayer today, ask God to show you your significance and write them down. #ResetYourThinking #YouAreSignificant #YouWereMadeInHisImage

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Declutter Your Mind – Day 7

Declutter Your Mind – Day 7

“Clutter is the physical manifestation of unmade decisions fueled by procrastination” – Christine Scalise

ResetReset your thinking, a mind that sometimes cannot find the calm that we so desperately seek is a cluttered mind. There’s something a lot worse than having a cluttered home or workspace, and that’s having a cluttered mind. A cluttered mind is restless and unfocused. It tries to move in many different directions at once and the result is that very little gets done.

A good way to start the New Year is by resetting your thinking, clean out some space in your head. You can get started by following the 10 ways to declutter your mind and free up mental space which you’ll find.

  1. Declutter your physical space – (physical clutter leads to mental clutter)
  2. Write your thoughts down – (write what stored in your brain)
  3. Let go of the past – (let go of the mistakes, the quilt)
  4. Stop multitasking (organize/declutter area of importance)
  5. Keep a journal – (download your inner chatter) 
  6. Monitor the amount of information coming in (stop the overload of information)
  7. Be decisive (make a decision)
  8. Prioritize – (focus on what’s important)
  9. Have a regimen about your day – (plan and organize the details of your day)
  10. Learn to meditate – (focus the mind)

Mental clutter leads to congestion in our inner world. It gets in the way of being able to think clearly, and to focus on what really matters. This year begin by Reset Your Thinking.

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