Are you sometimes haunted by subconscious obsessive thoughts that come back again and again? Whatever the nature of these thoughts, they distract you from focusing on the things worth focusing on. In this article you will find out how to deal with these kind of automatic thoughts and regain control over your own mind.
The first step is to become the master of your own mind again.
Let me ask you this: how do you handle obsessive thoughts right now?
If you’re like most people, you try to push them away and somehow suppress them.
And how’s that working for you?
If you’re like most people: not very well. The more you try to suppress subconscious obsessive thoughts, the more they haunt you.
Right now, your mind might feel a bit like your email inbox. Or maybe even the spam folder of your email account – with all kinds of annoying (and sometimes disturbing) messages coming in and taking up space.
For emails there are spam filters which can help sort out the important mail from the junk mail. But how do you separate thoughts from those worth paying attention to from those you better ignore?
The best way to go about it is to have the right kind of mental focus – that way you won’t have to consciously sort through a lot of irrelevant and distracting thoughts.
So we already know that suppressing these thoughts doesn’t work. What’s a better way of handling them?
Well, simply acknowledge them. Be aware of the thoughts going through your mind, but do not get attached to them.
I once worked with a young man named Michael. And Michael was constantly obsessing about something his father had said to him: “You’ll never amount to anything if you keep doing things that way!”
In his mind, he replayed these words again and again, and got all worked up about it, you could literally see how upset he got when he was thinking about that.
Now the first thing we did was to simply practice to pay attention to the thoughts, without becoming attached to them. So when he had these subconscious obsessive thoughts again, he simply acknowledged them, but didn’t get upset about them – he kind of just let them float by his mind and mentally said to himself: “I’m thinking about those words again.” And focus on his breathing. The next step was to find a different interpretation for this – instead of something that antagonized him, he started thinking of it as: “My dad cares about me and wants me to have a good future.”
Wouldn’t it be nice to be free from anxiety? To have no more upsetting thoughts in your mind that disturb your happiness and tranquility?
With this hypnosis download there is a possibility that you will get rid of these subconscious obsessive thoughts and become calm and confident. Imagine what it will feel like to have your mind cleared up. No more worries disturbing your mind – instead: inner peace and mental focus.