When your mind is cluttered with all kinds of things you are trying to remember you end up with fewer, if any, new thoughts. Whether it is your grocery list, life goals or tasks to complete on a given day they all prevent one's own creativity and the ability to think new thoughts. We can only hold just so many thoughts and when we are using lots of energy keeping those things bouncing around in our mind there is no room for new ideas.
Much like a room that is cluttered with furniture, papers and extra stuff there is little room for that one new and sparkling object. When you bring in new things they do not stand out because they are just mixed in with all the clutter. They don't stand out. With little room for new thoughts and increased creativity our lives we become less productive and find ourselves stuck in the same old loop.
Do yourself a favor and take a few minutes to write down all that mind chatter. Give that mind clutter a place to go where you can revisit it later if necessary or simply discard it.
Now with all that free space in your mind you will notice new and creative thoughts. You might have a new perspective on an old thought or a new situation. With all that freedom you will notice subtle changes happening and the joy of fresh ideas.
Do you need more help in clearing your mind clutter? Give me a call or send me an email and I would love to help you remove that negative mind chatter.
Thank You Helen!
Helen Thorgalsen has such a way of simplifying your day and your life! Our sessions were jam-packed full of value, leaving me with a wealth of innovative tools and solutions that I didn't have before. As a productivity expert who specializes in efficiency, Helen also draws from her experience as a counselor to creatively help you confront your core issues with productivity. Now, instead of being overwhelmed with all I have to do in my life, I am learning to divide my full plate into bite-sized pieces I can deal with. ~ Claire E
Certified Professional Coach
Infinite Possibilities Trainer
Doctor of C.O.R.E. Education
My Journey to recovery, health and wellness began in 1987 when I got sober and started a!ending AA and Al Anon. It was a challenging "me in my life, but with the help of 12-step programs, many work- shops and much therapy I was well on my way to a life of serenity and a sense of well-being. Since 1987, I have been commi!ed to healing my past; learning to live in the present; and improving my conscious con- tact with Spirit. Aside from all of my personal work...