DiscoverAnxiety Slayer™ with Shann and AnangaFor freedom from anxiety, ban these words from your self-talk
For freedom from anxiety, ban these words from your self-talk

For freedom from anxiety, ban these words from your self-talk

Update: 2020-02-14
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#484: This week we’re talking about words to ban from your self-talk to remain free from anxiety.


The words you speak become the house you live in. — Hafiz


Language is the painter of our psychological experiences. If we think and talk hope, we will feel hope. But if our thoughts and dialogue are rooted in anxiety and fear, that is how we feel. We will feel anxious, we will behave anxiously and we will further grow anxiety because we are feeding it at the root.


 


Resources for this episode:




HOW TO CALM YOUR FRAGILE MIND: Finding freedom from unwanted thoughts






We often receive questions in our inbox asking us to teach more about working with unwanted thoughts and painful emotions. And also receive regular requests for more information on Ayurveda and its teachings on calming the mind - this is the course where we go in-depth into both subjects.


Discover how to use your senses to calm your mind


Feel the Emotional Stress Release Technique dissolving worry from the forefront of your mind


Follow a guided EFT Tapping Practice for honoring and soothing your emotions


Experience our Guided Ayurvedic Meditation for finding peace in the present moment


 


I listened to a sample of How to Calm Your Fragile Mind. I cried. I cried because it made more sense than any medical practitioner I’ve met in my 38 years. Your words instantly helped. Thank you. - Nadene


 


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Visit anxietyslayer.teachable.com to know more



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For freedom from anxiety, ban these words from your self-talk

For freedom from anxiety, ban these words from your self-talk

Shann Vander Leek & Ananga Sivyer