What is wrong with me?

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Your mind tends to hold on to negative thoughts.

It selects these thoughts to validate your beliefs.

Negative self-beliefs need constant feeding.

You don’t realize it but you are focusing on things to feed those beliefs.

For example, You brake a cup.

It slipped from your wet hands.

You can choose to move on.

Clean the pieces.

Forget about it.

But no.

Your mind wants to validate the belief.

Your inner voice says:

What is wrong with me?

That starts a cycle, emotions arise.




Your mind is holding on a flawed belief.

The more you repeat, the stronger it makes the belief.

Observe your negative self-beliefs.

Write them down.

Evaluate and question them.

Release unhelpful beliefs.

Set yourself free.

One quote

“I discovered that when I believed my stressful thoughts, I suffered, but when I questioned them, I didn’t suffer.”

– Byron Katie

One question

What negative beliefs do you repeat daily about yourself?

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