Self Care Saturday: 3 Ways To Let Go Of Negative Self Talk

Who is that voice that you hear in your head? What does it say? Does it tell you you’re attractive? Does it tell you you’re embarrassing? If you could see the voice, what face would it make when it looks at you? Would it smile? Would it turn away in disgust? We all have a voice in our head. In fact, we all have many voices in our head. Through meditation, I have become aware that the thoughts in my head are not me and they are not fact. They are simply just thoughts. If I don’t like them, I can chose to not listen. Some thoughts advocate for me and others tear me down. Many of us, have an enemy in our head. It tells us that we are stupid, embarrassing, ugly, and more nonsense that isn’t true and doesn’t feel good to hear. Although these negative thoughts can be somewhat addicting to think, and positive ones feel less natural, we are all capable to switching the dialogue in our head to make it more pleasing and encouraging.

When we have a negative voice speaking to us, we feel discouraged, unmotivated, and doomed. When we have a positive one, we feel inspired, energetic, and abundant. With these positive feelings, we go after our goals and live the authentic lives we are meant to live because we do not doubt ourselves and we do not fear failing, and therefore we don’t. While changing the dialogue in your mind may seem tedious and more work than it’s worth, it is important to keep in mind that your thoughts lead to your beliefs, your beliefs lead to your actions, and your actions lead to your results. The outcome of your life is dependent on the thoughts that you think.

If you would like to practice positive self talk, here is how to start:

  1. Journal Your Thoughts
  2. Write A Gratitude List
  3. Keep Note Of Your Accomplishments

These actions will lead you to shift your mindset and recognize the positive energy and life that is already yours. Having this mindset will surely attract more and allow you to live a more fulfilling life.

Which step can you take this weekend to let go of negative thoughts?

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sarah Beane says:

    I’d definitely recommend journaling! It’s been so helpful for me, as I have to order my thoughts in order to get them down on the page. By doing that, it seems to literally straighten things out.

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    1. VitaminC-GreenTea says:

      Absolutely! It’s important so therapeutic and really helps to make sense of things

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