Do you ever tense up when you see notifications, bolded emails, or unanswered phone calls? And because you feel this way do you ever wonder to yourself, “What the heck is wrong with me?”.
In this week’s episode I’m sharing why it’s so important to recognize when we have thoughts, feelings, and reactions that are simply based on circuitry, instead of making our reaction MEAN something negative about who we are or that something has gone terribly wrong.
When we live in malfunction vs. recognizing circuitry we start adding unnecessary stress in our lives that ultimately result in dysfunction.
Stop the unnecessary stress, listen now.
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(3:17): Do you ever wonder, “What’s wrong with me?”.
(4:25): Examples of scenarios where we might wonder, “What the heck is wrong with me?”.
(6:36): How our thoughts, feelings, and reactions can turn into mental and physical malfunction and dysfunction.
(8:34): Introducing circuitry.
(10:40): Thoughts to think re-train your brain for circuitry and not malfunction.
(12:45): How living in malfunction distorts our experience and creates undesirable results.
(15:03): What would your life look like without the thought, “What’s wrong with me?”.