Published by: Digital Schools

Buddha’s Belly

We have so many thoughts in a single day, up to 60,000 of them. What we think impacts how we feel and also how we behave so if you are thinking stinky, negative thoughts you probably don’t feel that great. Negative thoughts and actions can become a bit of a bad habit and over time, without even realising it we can begin to believe our thoughts are who we are and get stuck with them. The good news is that breaking the bad thought, bad mood habit is easy and it begins with adding in new thoughts to replace the old ones. 

You don’t have to try and get rid of bad thoughts, all you need to do is focus on making new ones that are positive and uplifting and after some time you will discover the power words can have in changing your brain and your life. 

Try the brain training activity.

 

Guest Contributor: Emily Rack
Business Name: Horatios Jar
Publisher: Digital Schools

Emily Rack is a yoga teacher, meditation instructor and freelance writer. She runs yoga and meditation classes, courses and workshops in schools and the wider community & is passionate about teaching the art of mindfulness

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