Instant "brain hack" for deleting worry
by Karl Moore
Have you ever worried about something TOO MUCH?
Ever gotten to the point where you just want to "switch off" those negative concerns and anxieties, at least for a few minutes?
Today, I'm going to show you how to do exactly that.
Let me tell you a story.
Last night, I couldn't get to sleep.
For some reason, my mind kept circling back to an old relationship that went sour. I ended up feeling a little worried and anxious.
We've all had those moments before.
The times when we're worrying too much about things, and they start to affect our normal lives. Whether you're concerned about money, health, family, career, or anything else.
Well, you can immediately dissolve any such problematic emotions with a really simple brain hack.
Here's what I did last night...
Firstly, I reminded myself of that brilliant personal development realization: "I am not my emotions." I experience emotions. But I am not my emotions.
Then I visualized all of the worrying thoughts in my head, and imagined them wrapped up inside a little brain-shaped bubble -- and that bubble drifting outside of my head.
I instantly felt a calming, a release, as the thoughts were "removed."
And then... I imagined taking that same bubble, and throwing it far off into the distance, never to be seen again. As I did so, my sense of calm increased still further.
Repeat until you feel totally clear and free of all uncomfortable emotions and thoughts.
The technique took 15 seconds.
When finished, I checked in with myself.
My mind was totally calm.
No worry, fear, anxiety. No troubling emotions. No obsessive thoughts.
I felt totally relaxed. And for me, in that chilled out zone, I dropped straight off to sleep.
Sounds too simple to actually work?
This easy 4-step, 15-second technique actually combines visualization, NLP and a releasing technique to produce pretty startling results.
It can be used any time you're troubled by an emotion you just want to get rid of.
Try it the next time your brain is running riot with its crazy thoughts.
You might just surprise yourself.
(Here's another awesome way to master your emotions and enjoy a calmer mind.)
Love, your #1 fan --