This is Part 2 of the series I’ve asked Vicki write. We are sharing some valuable information regarding the importance of our thoughts and how they impact our overall health and wellbeing. Part 1 was What Your Body Hears. Today our focus is on “Sticky” Thoughts:
“What are “sticky” thoughts? These are the negative thoughts that tend to automatically replay themselves over and over again in our minds, influencing us in ways we don’t necessarily even realize. It has been suggested that our negative thoughts tend to “stick” with us…like velcro, while positive thoughts have a tendency to be a lot more like teflon: they just slide right on through! It takes more effort to focus on the positive than on the negative.
If you want to know what your thought life is like, just listen to your words. What do you regularly say about:
- your current state of health and wellness?
- your current level of fitness?
- your current financial situation?
- your current job?
- your current living situation?
- your relationships?
The answer to this may actually reveal subconscious thought patterns and emotional blockages that are keeping you stuck. Emotional Freedom Techniques, Hemispheric Integration, Essential Oils, and Flower Essences are all natural tools and techniques that work together synergistically to help improve and restore balance to our way of thinking and make progress in areas where we may have been stuck for a long time .” ~ Vicki Kolbe, BCHHP, CNHP, CLSC
How might your thoughts be affecting your body’s ability to get well? No matter how much healthy food you eat or how many supplements you take, if your self-talk is harmful, you’re not going to experience the level of health and wellbeing that you desire!
I want you to experience the greatest level of wellbeing that you personally can, and know from years of experience that improving your self-talk will make the work you do with me all the more effective! Schedule a free 20 minute consultation with Vicki by calling 844-787-3935, Ext 1, or email us at [email protected] for more information.
Donna Stephens, BCN, CNHP, LDHS