When I first learned about How To Stop Overthinking, I did not believe that this was possible. It seemed like a crazy idea, because I had always been told that overthinking is the result of not taking enough time off from thinking. Overthinking seemed to be at the root of all of my problems, and all of the problems I was trying to solve, including my ability to solve the problems that I had been experiencing.
Thinking is what helps you create your reality. What if your thinking is sabotaging you?
If your thinking is sabotaging you, then how can you continue to live life to the fullest? I guess the answer is that you can’t. You have to find a way to just simply be. Being non-thinking is the key to living a life filled with meaning.
In my years of doing coaching and workshops, I have heard a lot of amazing stories about people who are filled with meaning in their lives. The challenge for me has been to translate these amazing stories into tangible goals.
I am a big believer in the Law of Attraction. I believe that your thinking and beliefs are literally what will fuel your experiences in life. If you believe that there is something “missing” in your life, it is much more likely that you will experience something that fills that “void.”
You just have to stop thinking about that and put yourself in a place where you can be fully present. You can’t just keep focusing on your feelings, and your reactions to those feelings. You have to start becoming fully aware of the world around you.
Instead of reacting to your thoughts, you have to take charge of your thinking. You have to stop forcing your feelings into your thinking and trying to change them into something else.
What are your thoughts today? Is it that you just don’t have enough time to do what you need to do, or that your thoughts are creating stress in your life?
The point here is that you must learn to filter your thoughts, and just be in the moment. What does this look like for you? Can you just sit right back in the chair, without thinking too much about the stress that you are experiencing?
What I would suggest to you is that you be honest with yourself and with other people about what you are feeling and then let that be the direct truth about your situation. If you allow the direct truth to enter your thinking, then you can begin to bring peace into your life.
So instead of forcing your thoughts and your feelings, you can allow the direct truth to enter your life. Find the meaning in the matter, and recognize that it is not a big deal, but that you are simply in the present moment, and that your thoughts are the thoughts you make when you allow your true inner truth to enter your mind.
Do you want to know how to stop overthinking? Learn how you can have clear, unforced thoughts in this world that will bring about your true happiness.