Since the pandemic hit, you’ve heard me air my emotional experience in real-time each week on the podcast. I’m glad I did this because I now know I’m not alone in my experience of processing wave after wave of painful, scary emotions, as well as the gratitude for where I am now and the person I’ve become on the other side of it.
It got me thinking this week, if I were to leave a legacy behind of my thinking, what would that look like? And I urge you to contemplate this for yourself too. If you were to look back at the end of your life and see the legacy you left for the world to have, would you be pleased? We spend only 5% of our brains’ capacity thinking consciously, and this is a shared universal problem. So today, my goal is to invite you to take the time to consider the legacy of your thinking and examine your thoughts with intention.
Listen in this week to discover how you can start considering a new operating system for yourself. We all have this work cut out for us as the process of changing the architecture of our brains’ wiring isn’t a fast and easy feat. I’m sharing an exercise you can practice to start watching your thoughts, so you’re can inquire, seek, and get familiar with your essential self and the legacy you want to leave behind.
What You Will Discover:
- The pre-programming that leads to your brain operating on autopilot.
- What your brain on autopilot mode looks like.
- Questions you can ask yourself to watch your thoughts with intention.
- The objective of draining your thoughts and addressing them consciously.
- Why it’s time for us to consider a new operating system.
- What “the urge to merge” means and how it often shows up.
- How to get to know your essential self.