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How To Overcome Negative Thought Patterns In 5 Minutes A Day

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How to overcome negative thought patterns

Negative Thinking & The Inner Critic

Recently, I’ve had many clients coming to me asking how to overcome negative thought patterns, release the Inner Critic, and create new and healthier ways of thinking and acting.

Earlier this year, a friend of mine recommended the 5-Minute Journal to me. (In fact, she raved about it.) She noticed she was in a much better frame of mind after she started using it. I’ve been using it for a couple months now, and I agree wholeheartedly.

I found journaling incredibly valuable in the past, but was reluctant (ok, actually quite resistant) to getting back to it. I love how the simple format of the 5-Minute Journal helps me stick to journaling, as well as how it anchors my mornings and evenings.

The journal is based on the principles of positive psychology—it’s been proven over and over again that the more you shift your focus on the positive, the happier you’ll feel. (And yes, Hypnosis helps you do this, too!)

 

The journal helps you cultivate gratitude and promotes inner growth and self reflection and overcome negative thought patterns in 5 minutes a day. It also helps you get specific and set small, achievable daily goals. And it includes inspiring quotes and weekly challenges.

The best part is that it only takes 5 minutes a day! (This was the huge selling point for me.)

Here’s to focusing on the good in your life. Let me know what you think and how it helps you. We can compare notes!

P.S. Want more books I recommend (these are actually books to read). Read this previous post on 3 Books That Will Change Your Life.

 

I work with clients all over the world using a unique combination of Distance Reiki, Tao Hands, Hypnosis, and flower essences.  Book a session to release negative thoughts, or if you could use support with a different challenge. I also offer Virtual Soul Healing Events around different monthly themes, as well as Soul Healing Recordings to listen to again and again.

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