The most powerful tool you possess right now is right between your ears.
You would not sell your brain for any amount of money ever, yet how much time do you spend caring for it?
We all know the importance and how to take care of ourselves physically. There is a gym on almost every corner, which is amazing, but what about mental training?
1 in 5 people are estimated to have a mental health crisis in their lifetime, and I wonder if this number would decrease if we worked on our minds regularly like we do our bodies.
How often do you examine what is in your mind?
Do you think about your own thinking?
How often do you let yourself attach and think awful things about yourself?
Do you call yourself bad names?
Do you indulge in self-doubt, judgement, fear, and self-criticism?
Do you look to your past to see what is possible for your future?
Do you have a coach?
Do you feed your brain fuel to help it run?
Or do you put it off, make excuses, and look at mental training as a luxury item?
Your thoughts ultimately create your reality, so if you are not in control of your thoughts, then you are not in control of yourself.
An unsupervised mind takes us places we don’t want to go and puts us more at risk of having more serious mental health issues down the road. I don’t want to see this happen to you.
I believe that your mental health IS the most important area to invest in above even your physical health. What are you left with if you don’t have excellent mental health?
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and I urge all of you to adopt a daily reflective practice, journal, meditate, and most importantly learn how to manage your mind. Your mind needs supervision like a toddler that doesn’t know better.
Hire a coach, work with a therapist, or take the time to care for your mind. It is the most important thing!!!
My passion and life’s work is to help teach my clients how to manage their minds to get control of their lives.
If you would like to invest in your brain this month and achieve excellent mental health, do not hesitate to schedule a sacred hour with me;