Why do we feel the way we feel? If you are interested in exploring a new understanding of psychology and how we work, read on…
When a spinning top is spinning on the counter top, what are all the things you do to it to make it stop spinning?
Any ideas? 🙂
If you’re feeling anxious, worried, fearful, stressed or unsure right now – think of a coin. On one side of the coin is a thought (T). On the other side is a feeling (F).
Right now, maybe you’re feeling anxious, worried, stressed and apprehensive. Maybe you’ve been worrying for some time.
Maybe you’re feeling depressed, stuck, regretful, resentful?
It’s so interesting. A year or so ago I would have looked at events which are sad and terrible and tragic (and of course they are, as we view and experience them), but now I see there are two things playing out:
Everyone has self-talk. That narrator in your head who pops up every few seconds, minutes, hours.
Or maybe for some people, it’s a constant narrator. It isn’t, really – it can’t be.
What if there was a force guiding all human beings, if they would just let it? What if there was nothing you needed to do or ‘control’, to flow through life?