Monday, February 17th, 2014 Focus: Using truths, I can heal my nonproductive thoughts.

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Truths differ from “affirmations,” because truths are undeniably true. Affirmations are often simply desires or ideals that we wish were true. You can select a truth and heal your nonproductive thoughts.

When you do something you regret, for example, you might automatically tell yourself, “I’m a loser.” The accurate opposing statement is not “I’m a winner.” More accurate is, “Making mistakes is human,” which goes beyond the loser/winner dichotomy. This statement reflects what’s really true.

Other possible alternatives could be: “Life is for learning,” ‘We all make mistakes,” or “I did the best I could at the time.” Truths are more effective than affirmations because they speak what is true and real, and what we know deep inside of us when we’re clear and centered.

Excerpted from the article:
Rewiring Destructive Thinking: Affirmations vs. Truths
by Jude Bijou, M.A., M.F.T.

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