Rather oddly I found myself thinking and commenting about NLP creator Richard bandler and in the lecture series i was talking about he gives exactly the same example.he talks about how we create arguements in our heads that never happened and that we continue an arguement with another person even though they are no longer there,thanks gav
Indeed, Bandler talks about that too.I also like, but dunno who said it or how, that we can only think of one thing at a time so why not make it positive. Though I have to say, in the hardest moments I have trouble applying those techniques, they help a lot though.
Name: KathleenI am so greatful to Eckhart Tolle and Oprah for turning me onto Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor and her beautiful book ""My Stroke of Insight"". Her story is amazing and her gift to all of us is a book purchase away I'm happy to say. Dr Taylor was a Harvard brain scientist when she had a stroke at age 37. What was amazing was that her left brain was shut down by the stroke - where language and thinking occur - but her right brain was fully functioning. She experienced bliss and nirvana and the way she writes about it (or talks about it in her now famous TED talk) is incredible.What I took away from Dr. Taylor's book above all, and why I recommend it so highly, is that you don't have to have a stroke or take drugs to find the deep inner peace that she talks about. Her book explains how. ""I want what she's having"", and thanks to this wonderful book, I can! Thank you Dr. Taylor, and thank you Eckhart and Oprah.
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