Healing is an important process in Stop the Mind Screw and today we are going to discuss how to heal using this simple method.
Watch the video here: (blog post below)
1. THE MIND NEEDS TO REASON AND UNDERSTAND.
2. THE BODY NEEDS TO EXPERIENCE IT. This is key to understanding the body needs to experience the emotion - especially before you respond.
The healthy ways to experience this are as follows:
3. SOUL - REMEMBER WHO YOU TRULY ARE - connect with the conscious observer
Today's video is all about the power of your words. Simple words like can't, should, and always. Things you say I am to. Scroll down to read more or watch the video below.
Can't: Sets you up for failure, implies a low self-image, increases stress level, blocks creativity and ability to problem solve.
Like the retired marine told my client, "Can't never did anything, yet it is still in the dictionary."
Won't: Asserts confidence, signifies preference and choice.
Should: implies there is right or wrong, it sends a message that you or another is not in control, signifies lack of acceptance rather than encouragement.
Could: reinforces freedome and ability to take full ownership.
Never/Always: You are trying to prove a point, your goal is winning - not understanding, encourage awfulizing and catastrophizing thoughts, depletes energy, and causes anxiety.
Sometimes: You do not box yourself in, creates support for openness and acceptance.
(Not in the video)
Have to: relinquish...
Revision is one of the most powerful things you can do to transform your life.
And in today's video, I teach you about the pitfalls you hit when you do not use revision.
And simple solutions that happen when you do.
Watch the video now!
What is the Pruning Shears of Revision? This is a great question. I am often asked this question because I refer to it over and over again as a solution to almost every problem. I discuss it in-depth in the video and Here is a link to a free pdf document and lecture by Neville Goddard himself.
When is the best time to revise your day? At night before bed go over your day and see where you were reactive or things did not go as you would have preferred. Then revise those situations as you fall asleep. Why? Because your brain waves are optimal for revision. First thing in the morning is great too. Ideally, you want to revise as you fall asleep so your subconscious mind is clear.
Quit giving responsibility a bad wrap. Take your power back and shift your perspective.
Responsibility as stated in A Course In Miracles Chapter 21 Responsibility for Sight
Say only this, but mean it with no reservations, for here the power of salvation lies: I am responsible for what I see. I choose the feelings I experience, and I decide upon the goal I would achieve. And everything that seems to happen to me I ask for and receive as I have asked. Deceive yourself no longer that you are helpless in the face of what is done to you.
What is a diet without a meal plan? An important element of a mental diet meal plan is responsibility.
But responsibility gets a bad rap and today I want to shift your perspective on this topic.
Matthew McConaughey lost his father at a young age, I think around the age of 20. After the stages of grief, he found that if his father had lived, he wouldn't have been the actor he was today because he relied on his father so much. That is...
In today's video, I talk about an experience I had and where I came up with Stop The Mind Screw.
It all started back in 2008. I got a bullying email on my blackberry, yes, that is how long ago this was, from the step-mom. (watch until the end to see my blueberry blooper!)
This was nothing new. My ex and his wife bullied me all the time and they could get away with this because the courts did not monitor our emails back in the day.
They NEVER once co-parented with me and this was typical.
But on this day in February 2008, I had a nervous breakdown. I did not even know where I was, that was how bad this was.
Somehow one of my friends was able to help me and that night I had a realization. One that changed my life forever.
I had recently read A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle, my #1 book on my reading list - for a reason! And I realized I had been telling myself (and anyone who would listen) a very disempowering story about my life as a mom - with a...
So many do not know exactly what they want.
In today's video, I discuss the pitfalls of not knowing exactly what they want. One of those is drifting as Napoleon Hill talks about in his book Outwitting the Devil.
I also give 5 solutions to these pitfalls. Be sure to watch today's video and even get the free template that gives you the recipe for writing down your exact goal.
Pitfall #1 Drifting
Pitfall #2 Reactive
Pitfall #3 Nothing ever changes
Pitfall #4 Or could get a whole lot worse
Pitfall #5 Loss of confidence
Solution #1 You know exactly where you are going
Solution #2 Pivots become easy
Solution #3 Reevaluate your goals and understand
Solution #4 Definiteness of purpose
Solution #5 You are in flow
Book: Outwitting the Devil Napoleon Hill https://amzn.to/3smkNPS
Video House was Stolen From Me https://youtu.be/5JhiPunRegQ
Blog Post about House: https://www.kathieowen.com/blog/stolen-house
In today's video I discuss this very thing.
The word toxic positivity is an oxymoron. Or as we like to call it at Stop the Mind Screw a "toxi-moron!"
As a Positive Mindset Coach, it appears that I may teach rainbows and butterflies, but I beg to differ.
I have news for those who think that. I get mad! I get really angry!
BUT I do not get reactive nor is that what I teach.
I go within, feel the emotion, talk to my Inner Being and find a way to be proactive instead of reactive.
Proactivity can look like drawing a boundary with someone who has treated you ugly.
Or by being kind to yourself and taking a break from the situation.
So, positivity is not toxic. It can be forced, but that is stupidity and not positive at all!!
It is my hope that I change the mind of kids nowadays who call positivity toxic. Heck, I think there is a therapist who has a book titled Toxic Positivity.
Is she correct? Yes and no! The positivity she is talking about is FORCED. That is not...
Just in case you missed it, here is a recap of the Hump Day Bump Day with Natalie Kime and finances and mind control.
We started with the end in mind. No, seriously we did. Natalie's Facebook Cover states, "Start with the end in mind"
That is exactly how I start my programs. Just like Neville Goddard teaches.
Natalie does the same thing. She said that when she coaches her clients on finances she tells them to start with the end in mind. Where do you want to be? What is your end goal?
Step #1 in Stop the Mind Screw program is just that. What do you want? What is your main goal? Then picture that in full detail, using all 5 senses.
Step #2 is a Mental Diet. What are you thinking? Is it high-quality thoughts or low-quality thoughts?
Natalie said when she first meets her clients they often shame themselves by not doing what they needed to do beforehand.
She tells them, "Get it all out on the table. And then leave it there. We then start from where you are." A mental diet does the...
We talk to ourselves more than anyone else. But do you know the quality of those thoughts? Do you monitor this?
This is where our power lies.
In today's video, I discuss this very thing.
Chapters: 00:00 Intro 01:04 First thought 01:44 Reactivity/Proactivity 03:20 Insomnia Pitfalls: 05:27 1.Shape our beleifs 06:31 2. Outlook is affected 08:13 3. Personalize it Solutions: 10:13 1. Decisions are easier 10:35 2. Re-write those limiting beliefs 12:23 3. Who you surround yourself with even in self-talk 14:46 4. Exercise 15:50 5. Triggers 17:34 6. Have a sense of humor Humor 13:34
Tim Ferris Podcast with Matthew https://tinyurl.com/4yevjjtt
Green Lights https://amzn.to/2NAReLK
Toxic positivity https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM...
Joseph Rodrigues https://www.youtube.com/user/JoeRodri...
Trigger video https://youtu.be/xeRobcFt-jA
House was stolen from me: https://youtu.be/5JhiPunRegQ
Stop the mind screw! https://www.kathieowen.com/screw Get your simple thought habit...
Today's video is all about getting in the zone or flow as Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi calls it in his book titled Flow.
A person in flow has a high interest in life, they are persistent and they have low self-centeredness.
I discuss my personal experience with Flow, stay tuned to the very end where I explain something that happened on this very video!
There are 4 undesired outcomes or pitfalls from not being in flow:
I also discuss toxic positivity and when this type of approach is not possible due to the stages of grief.
Hope to see you there!