3 visualization practices for reducing negative thoughts and emotions, and encouraging more positive ones.
A great big ego. I really wanted to write this piece immediately after spending some time thinking about the subject of ego control, for some reason the thoughts that I had were resonating with me in a way that I found profoundly enjoyable and I wanted to try and communicate some of that into this … Continue reading Keeping our ego in check
Tom Bilyeu on his show the Impact Theory regularly talks about using our inner darkness when the positive just isn't enough, however, he stresses an 80/20 rule, 80% positivity and 20% using negative to drive us, I’ve written here about my own thoughts on using the dark side to drive us towards our goals. Negative … Continue reading Using negative thoughts as a driving force – going to the dark side to get more done.
I remember that as a child I would be the friend that visited my other friends the most, I would walk, take a bus or bum a ride around to my friend's houses and spend a good deal of time with them. I’m not saying that I’m perfect as I used to avoid my friends so that I could play computer games which are a whole other issue but for the most part I was the one that traveled and visited.
I’ve been trying to give up my PS4 Pro for some time now as even if I do have my gaming habit semi under control I simply do not have enough time and any time that I do give it is desperately needed somewhere else in my life. I feel as though I am at … Continue reading Selling my PS4 Pro for personal growth and how to interrupt habits using the Pomodoro technique.
I’ve decided that I won't be backing out, I don’t think that I would be able to face myself or to move forward if I did, if I fail, then I fail, but my 4 day fast starts on the 9th, Monday and I will be starting my fast then to see if I can do it for all 4 days despite having some issues with the prep period and getting ready.
Maybe it’s not such a good idea to try to complete an extended water fast whilst your working long hours and stressed from looking after two small children, it kind of seems like I should have realized that in hindsight.