Are you having a difficult time moving past something?
Are you constantly attracting the same problem over and over again??
Are you plagued by the dis-ease of negative thoughts constantly going through your mind?
If you answered yes to any of these 3 questions, then continue reading!
In the “10 Simple Strategies on How to Stop Negative Thinking” post, we explored the subject of stopping negative thinking!
And recently, my good friend Laura Spragg of (LipTalkNation.com) and I sat down and had a great discussion about just that …Negative Thinking.
We actually discussed many others subjects such as releasing fear and past regrets, letting go, and the best of all discussed how to release negative thoughts and how to heal your mind from the negativity that wrong thinking leave within you!
Check Laura out right before the interview, isn’t she adorable?
So…negative thinking has got you!
You can’t fight it, you can’t control it, it’s keeping you stuck.
It feels like negative thinking is squeezing the life out of you.
Of course, maybe you don’t even realize that negativity is the issue.
Could that be? Something is holding you back, but you just can’t put a name to it…
I and Laura have collaborated to provide you with tools to help you stop those negative patterns and start living the life that you are destined to live~!
3 Proven Strategies for Releasing Negative Thoughts
- Stop attracting the same crap over and over by changing your thinking patterns
- Release negative thoughts and heal yourself using meditation
- Forgive yourself and others by learning how to be mindful and present.
Details about each strategy are in the interview below – I really think this will help!
Listen to the interview here:
Lip Talk Nation: Releasing Negative Thoughts
Hopefully by now, you feel more empowered and ready to face those FEARS and kick negative thinking in the butt!
P.S. please share this message with your family and friends, you never know when you are just one click away from changing someone’s life!
P.P.S. Let me know your thoughts about the interview in the comment section and please feel free to ask any question 🙂