Our thoughts determine how we understand purpose and meaning in life. How we think affects how we solve problems.
Despite the accelerated change in modern life and the changes that are constantly affecting our environment, the ultimate battle for us is still internal.
What is happening around us is not as important as how we think about it, our interpretation of the events.
Break Out Of Old Reflexive Thinking Patterns
Our brain relies on thinking habits and patterns to reduce the amount of time we have to process information. How often do we stop and switch into reflective modes of thinking? Not too often, because our default position is to think reflexively.
Instead of operating in default mode, we need to be aware of our limitations and learn to think reflectively instead of reflexively.
So, start seeking new and conflicting experiences to what you are accustomed to.
Reflexive thinking patterns are a product of mental habit loops which are formed in response to a stimulus in your environment. To break the loop, expose yourself to new stimuli and new environments.
When was the last time you traveled to a new destination? Tried learning a new skill or language? Or, tried a different food for the first time?
We cannot produce real and lasting change until we face our thoughts and the inner workings of our mind. And often that change begins with us taking simple steps to feed our mind with new experiences.
Sheevaun Moran is a business advisor, master coach, quantum energy thought leader and the founder of Energetic Solutions. She uses business principles with energetic techniques to help more than 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs and leaders bring instant focus and shifts to clarity, purpose, and profits.
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