Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Primary Questions

We all ask ourselves questions.  The type of questions you ask yourself on a consistent basis can be empowering or they can be destructive.  Our mind is very interesting and complex.  It has the ability to think, contemplate, analyze, and the ability to talk to ourselves.  I am not talking about voices in your head that are not really there.  I am talking about the internal dialogue we all have with ourselves.  It is this dialogue, more specifically the questions you ask your self during this dialogue that is the key to the thoughts and opinions we have about ourselves, and often what core beliefs we develop that shape our behavior.  Unfortunately, our default programming focuses on negative dialogue.  It takes a lot of reprogramming in our operating system to fix this.