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Mom Chronicles #1: Being “Thoughtful”

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Mom Chronicles #1: Being “Thoughtful”

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Scientific studies have proved that each and every thought that we think, leaves a physical impression on our brain. That goes for the positive thoughts and for the negative ones as well. Thinking the same thought over and over again repetitiously, can result in a mental rut, like deepening scratch in a piece of wood with a knife. Whether they be good thoughts or bad thoughts, over time, this habitual thinking becomes almost automatic and is very difficult to change once established.

What we think about or dwell upon, can affect our emotions, and our emotions can ultimately affect our health. I’m sure you’ve heard the scientific literature that talks about how sustained negative emotions can play a role in cancer, heart attack and stroke. So, you can see that it is very important to be “thoughtful” or aware of our thought patterns.

So how do we do this? How do we capture our thoughts and intercept them if they are not adding to our happiness and health?

I’ve always liked this quote from the Bible, “Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy – think about such things“ (Phil. 4:8).

Whether or not you ascribe to this belief system, it’s good practical advice. If you recognize that you have a negative thought pattern, and you consciously decide instead to think about something uplifting, it will only be a matter of time before you establish a new more beneficial habit.
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