In this video, I show you 4 ways to STOP overthinking and dwelling in your intrusive thoughts so that you can start to take back control of your mind and your life.
Here are 3 crazy but true facts:
1. Humans have about 60,000 thoughts a day.
2. 90-95% of those thoughts are repetitive.
3. 80% of those thoughts are negative.
If you’re empathic or highly sensitive or even introverted, chances are you tend to dwell in your thoughts, getting lost in them, and they overpower and overwhelm you, taking control of your life, especially when you believe what your thoughts are saying. I’ll show you 4 ways to overcome that in this video.
Overthinking and intrusive thoughts can be relentless, disrupting our daily lives, by causing anxiety, stress, insecurity, self-doubt, procrastination, indecision, emotional paralysis, fear, shame, guilt and more. These thoughts can range from worrying about the future, dwelling on the past, or fixating on hypothetical scenarios.
If you’re highly sensitive, you’re even more prone to this because you have the innate ability to see situations from multiple angles and therefore, your mind presents different possible scenarios to you so that you can make a decision based on a more wholistic well-rounded viewpoint rather than a limited singular perspective.
This is great but the problem is when you allow yourself to overthink and go into a state of rumination or repetitive, cyclical thoughts, you end up losing yourself and losing your power to take conscious action that benefits you and your life.
Watch the video and learn how to take back control of your incessant thoughts.