How do you get out of a bad pattern of thought?
How do you break through a bad way of thinking?
Hi msginger! I think to break a bad pattern of thought, you have to gradually shift your way of thinking. Slowly, each day, taking time to focus on what is good about life/living/etc. and allowing those thoughts free reign really helps. I light some incense and a candle each day and as I do so, I think or reflect on something good or that just makes me happy, perhaps even a good memory or something that I look forward to doing, whatever feels right for me at that time, and let my mind wander with these thoughts/memories/focus. It really helps me to shift out of my "funk" that I sometimes get caught up in. It takes time, it will not happen overnight but small changes each day add up quickly!
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