Do you have a sticky idea that you can’t get rid of from your heart?
Do you have a tenacious idea that you keep running in your head without stopping, causing pain, but not stopping?
Everyone has a nasty idea that comes without asking for permission. They are repetitive, annoying, distracting and prevent us from focusing on work, research, etc.
Often, these tenacious thoughts are associated with a particular emotion that keeps repeating.
When these sticky thoughts and feelings relate to unpleasant things or unpleasant memories, they cause pain and suffering.
I’m sure you would rather want to be without them. They waste your time, divert your attention, and keep moving in a circle instead of you moving forward.
They also prevent you from enjoying life or living in the present. They live your attention in the past or continue to worry about the future. You are never here.
In this situation you are hurting yourself. You are out of control of your life. You let your thoughts control your life, your emotions, and your attitude.
An example of sticky, annoying thoughts
Here are some examples of these types of ideas:
- Painful memories that continue to cause suffering repeatedly.
- A replay of past events and situations in your mind.
- Ask yourself questions such as “why it happened”, “why am I”, “why he said it”, “what if …”.
- Think about what your life would be like if your past was different.
- The idea of anger, resentment, or jealousy that keeps you in their vicious circle.
- Feeling you are a victim and angry because you believe that people are exploiting you.
- Think over and over again about what someone said to you and about you.
- A meaningless idea that keeps repeating.
Such thoughts go through everyone’s hearts. This seems to be very common at any age.
Other types of sticky, disturbing thoughts are associated with distant or recent painful experiences of being bullied, parting, bad treatment at work, bad shopping experiences, losses, disappointments or failures. It’s an idea.
In all these situations, thoughts run non-stop in the head, much like a bad movie runs in a loop.
This is the most unpleasant experience, but you will continue to live with it. It seems like an unbreakable habit. These non-stop ideas destroy concentration and self-confidence, distract attention, and reduce efficiency.
There is no need to continue this situation. You can break it. You can free yourself from all these thoughts. There are various simple techniques to help you do that. One of the most efficient ways is to develop an emotional separation of these ideas.
Other examples of annoying, sticky emotions
Thoughts are often associated with emotions. When you think of specific thoughts, you also experience emotions associated with these thoughts. Here are some examples of these feelings:
- Regret and quilt.
- Taking things personally hurt your emotions.
- A sense of failure and incompetence.
- Resentment and anger.
When a thought occurs in the head, a corresponding emotion also occurs. If these ideas are negative, they lead to negative self-speaking and self-criticism.
In all these situations, the mind acts like a broken record and keeps repeating the same song.
Everyone has a tenacious idea. Some experience them sharply and others gently. Some people can shake it off to some extent, others cannot.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get rid of these offensive, and often meaningless or useless thoughts? I wish you could let them go, but do you feel you can’t?
This may sometimes look like torture. The good news is that you can let go of all these thoughts. You don’t have to suffer.
Well, the solution requires some work on your part.
- You can be free from your nasty thoughts. You can get rid of the glue that is sticking them to you and get your freedom. You can stop them from robbing you of much of your energy, time and energy.
- Instead of wandering around in the same place, you can start focusing on progress and let these thoughts control your time and life.
- You can begin to enjoy the moment, become more aware of the world around you, and feel peace within you.
- You can learn to cloud your mind or let go of whatever is constantly occupying your attention. There are specific techniques you can use for this project.
Emotional paralysis for a happy life
In my book Emotional paralysis for a happy life, I will explain these techniques and show you how to use them in your daily life to get rid of annoying, negative and annoying thoughts and feelings.
Learn how to let go, free yourself from the hassle of thinking, and enjoy peace of mind in your daily life. You deserve this right. The book offers simple, easy-to-understand advice, guidance, and exercise, liberation, peace of mind, and clarity of vision.
- Imagine how free, reassuring and happy you would be if you could calm down in a stressful situation.
- Think about how much physical, emotional, and mental energy you can save if you can avoid being upset or angry.
- Imagine how free and calm you would be if you could stop taking everything personally and stop getting angry at what people say and do.
- How wonderful it would be if we could keep in mind over and over again without being bound by the tragic and unpleasant events of the past.
- Finally, when you free yourself from these sticky, annoying thoughts, you will be able to prevent your physical, emotional and spiritual beings from becoming exhausted and tired.
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