The Brain Thinks But The Heart Knows

Is the tape in your head stuck in a loop of negativity?

Constantly replaying a mistake or multiple mistakes from your past, reminding you of the times you didn’t feel great about yourself?

Trying to convince you that you’re not good enough or don’t deserve something you desire?

Do you replay conversations or interactions you’ve had with others regretting the way you handled the situation?

Or beat yourself up for what you did or didn’t say?

Are you trying to play out all the possible scenarios of something that is causing you stress?

Are you trying to predict or control the future?

This act of negative racing thoughts can be exhausting.

It feeds our insecurity while killing our self-worth.

Interrupting the loop can be difficult, especially when you start to believe the negative things your own brain tells you.

It’s said that “The brain thinks but the heart knows.”

But for some, the brain is so loud and demanding that the messages from the heart become mere whispers.

These messages that hold our best interest, our wants, needs, and desires can go unheard.

Use your brain for the processing center it is and keep it out of your decision-making process, stop allowing this unreliable source to guide your life.

Instinctively and intuitively, you know what is right and wrong for you.

Stop believing these negative thoughts and limiting beliefs.

You can train your brain to start accessing the region of your brain where positive thoughts live.

They are there.

You can change your brain.

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