by Irem Gunay
Our internal dialog is constant. It never stops. We tell ourselves stories about others, the world around us, but also about ourselves. It’s all in the mind and how it perceives our daily living, interactions with others and us within this space.
It is true that if we wish to change our patterns of thinking – we start with ourselves. Simply because when our view of self changes, our view of the world and others usually do to.
Change is a decision. What we know for sure is that “negative information tends to influence our evaluations more strongly than positive information of equal magnitude.” If this is the case the first thought that comes to my mind is “how can I change that”. And indeed there are ways and exercises that if practiced daily can help change our patterns of thinking, analyzing, responding, judging, evaluating and commenting. They can shift our focus to more positive, productive and beneficial information.
Where to begin? Here by reading The Cult of Thinking by Irem Gunay
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