Learn to empower yourself by shifting your inner focus: The e-course MENTAL FRAMES.

Our thoughts govern our inner state

For the most time, we are not aware of our thought patterns - our thoughts just are there and we seldom reflect on how they affect us, emotionally and physiologically.

But, by making yourself aware of your thought patterns, you can change them. This can be especially valuable, when it comes to thoughts around problems you have had during a long period of time, and that may have burdened you and cost you a lot of time and energy.

Focus on one problem

You will benefit the most of this e-course if you during going through the course this time, focus on one such problem. It may be small and just irritating, or it may be a huge and cumbersome problem that you have been struggling with for a long time. You can later go through the course additional times, with other problems that have occupied your thoughts.

You have thoughts, but you are not your thoughts.

You will be asked to go into your problem and to think about it, and you will also be asked to reflect on your thoughts. These two mental states cannot be active at the same time. To be "into" one's thoughts is to be in an associated position. To be reflecting on one's thoughts and emotions is to be in a dissociated position.

Shifting between these two mental positions is a skill one can train, and this skill is possible to develop because:

* You have thoughts, but you are not your thoughts.
* You have emotions, but you are not your emotions.

* You are an I, a pure center of Awareness and Will.

The e-course MENTAL FRAMES is about how you can become able to develop your ability to be aware of your thought patterns and to change them so that they empower you.

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Author's Bio: 

Lars Gimstedt, Psychosynthesis Therapist and Life Coach