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Healthy Mind Healthy Thoughts Meditation

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Steven Webb
Inner Peace and Emotional Wisdom Teacher
Healthy Mind Series: Taking Control of Your Thoughts. Part 6/6 This is a meditation that goes with this series to help you experience and understand what it means to have a healthy mind with healthy thoughts.
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I’m learning that Aura is us being very healing and helpful during all these events I seem to be going through! Choosing my thoughts as in this meditation is a great way to think. I am not very thought and I can choose! Thanks m really enjoying all these different advisers!
Letting all thoughts flow and choosing which to give attention to and which to let float away. We are not your thoughts. Our thoughts, and subconscious mind want to please us. If a thought creates fear, or joy it doesn't distinguish between the two. All it cares about is if we have continued thoughts and reactions to them. Those thoughts are then put on a repeat cycle. To have the healthy mind we seek, it is necessary to acknowledge all our thoughts. They are there. Notice the thoughts that are part of what we want for our inner self. This forms a healthy mind. It takes practice. After 2 weeks we will notice a change within.
Thank you Steven
I learned a many great things about thoughts. I have been reading a lot about Buddhism and your analogy makes perfect sense and connects everything. Thank you!!
I love this series the way he simplifies it all to make working on a healthy mindset practical is great!
I woke troubling over a problem and listened to the train metaphor and was able to label the thought and let it pass me by for the rest of the day. Thank you
I learned that we need to recognize the thoughts, we can choose to take them or let go. We need to work with the mind to recignize/title them.
I felt comfortable
I'm getting better at recognizing those thoughts and deciding if they are good for me or not. This when I'm alone.
Thank you
Thank you for teaching us how to gain the confidence that we are able to direct and become more aware of our thoughts. For many of us, the negative thoughts can become like a rabbit hole with no end. I have always been aware of people who carry that certain aura of calmness and inner peace. My impression was that those individuals are trained in the field of psychology and such, and that was the only way to obtain such inner peace. Thank you again for giving hope to those of us of different training that we, too, can become more centered and master our inner peace. I think the key is having the hope for the better. By the way, I will try use your very humorous metaphors when training my awareness. It’s no longer easy for me to find thing humorous, but your bear running with donuts and a cleaver will remain in my memory (hopefully) for a long time. He will be running to the fridge filled with cold chocolate. Thank you, Steve, for using your gifts so wisely and kindly.