Reversing a Self-Destructive Mentality
In Steven Aitchison’s article, he states that a tried and true way of changing one’s conscious thinking pattern is simply to, “Recognize, be aware; slowly introduce a new thinking pattern, and finally to keep working on your destructive thinking patterns.” There is a seven step procedure that in somewhat of a lengthy process, but it is something that will stay true as long as humans have existed on this planet.
Lera Boroditsky has an interesting point about how language from around the world is different, shaping the way each culture thinks differently, but it is a conscious shaping of thinking based on verbs and adjectives described like so per language. In this way I think that in reference to self-destructive thinking, and how it can be reversed, understanding the depth of language and its versatility world-wide one can then depict if one way of thinking can ultimately change your ways of living or the choice to stay the same.
On this source, a man suggested much more than simply positive thinking, a person struggles with a battle of their current reality vs. fantasy. I one has the ability to project positive energy while understanding much negativity arrives from a molten affect from past judgments that can “bond” a human to a less attractive way of thinking. There are classes to reverse this thinking, as well as forms of counseling depending on the level of intensity that may have been created in the process.
In this blog, they discuss more on thinking based on one’s mental health, and how it can compromise emotional well-being. There are several times in life where one has opportunity to seek advice and others where one must find their own path to positive thinking. Brain imbalance and sensitivities to different learning environments can also cause distress and negative thinking in one’s life, but medication is not always the answer. Sometimes creating a step-by-step program that focuses on what the main issue that is surrounding this negativity can develop a better understanding as to how to create new patterns of healing, rather than old patterns of destruction.