Chronic Overthinking

Does the term “chronic overthinking” strike a nerve with you? I find that many of my clients (and friends…and family…) struggle with this. We live in a very power-hungry time that encourages high expectations, full of pressure, and ideas about the right, and wrong, ways to do all the things.

And while, sure, we need to plan and organize and schedule our lives and we all have things to do, there is a big difference in the intention behind those actions. The thoughts and feelings that are fueling those actions.

We can pose worst-case scenario what-if questions to ourselves all day long. We can create worry, overwhelm, and confusion.

But there’s another pretty simple option…

We can ask powerful questions of ourselves.

When you put your mind to work on powerful questions, you get powerful answers. You break the cycle of rumination, never-ending loops of dwelling on negativity.

Give your mind something expansive to consider…and it will.

Just click here to grab your downloadable cheatsheet to support this work - and ask powerful questions.

In other anxiety news…

The Anxiety Revolution is a week-long, online interview series of some of the coolest (if I do say so myself) folks sharing their best tips for transforming anxiety and stress to peace and power. I am honored to be included in this season and would love to have you join in. Just click here to get registered and the expert interviews will be delivered straight to your inbox starting August 26th!

And, as always, I’d love to hear from Y-O-U! Comment below, send me an email, or connect with me on social media. I’d love to keep the conversation going with you between episodes.

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Here are the podcast links so you can listen in to this week’s show. See you there!

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To find out more about Jesse Blake, who is responsible for the wonderful music on the podcast, click here. He’s got loads of great stuff and all of you yogis, meditators, and yoga teachers will find his stuff especially wonderful for your practices and classes.

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