Thoughts are ideas and words in sentences that run through our brains. They are meaningless unless we choose to believe them, give meaning to them and feel one way or another about them.

We have thousands of thoughts per DAY. Trying to see and identify every single one of them would be exhausting.

Some thoughts are automatic. Some are conscious. Some are unconscious and are repetitive.

The negatively repetitive thoughts are usually the ones that bother us, consciously or otherwise. We’re mostly unaware of our repetitive automatic thoughts.

This can be positive.

For example, we don’t need to be conscious and aware of each thought our brain has when we get up from a chair and walk across the room.

This can also be negative.

For example, when we come home in the afternoon and we walk to the pantry and start to put junk food in our mouth without being aware of it.

Repetitive thoughts are also known as beliefs. Repetitive actions are also known as habits.

In the Thrive Arena, we will explore how our beliefs and our habits shape our lives. Then we’ll examine how we can become aware of our thoughts and change them to transform and evolve our lives.

It’s simple, it’s exciting and I’m SUPER STOKED to be able to share what I’ve learned and applied to transform myself and teach you these same skills!

Hey there! Let’s stay in touch.

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