Believe in opposites

The way we read situations and people’s reactions can become coloured by something as simple as a bad day. This may lead to tension, anger and negative emotions, which can all cause stress. If you think this characterises you then this exercise could be helpful. The purpose of the exercise is to show that negative thoughts and attitudes can, in fact, be challenged using just your mind as the weapon. 

Exercise - Take some time to reflect on negativity, and times when you experience this feeling

Integrating the exercise

Always be aware that negative thoughts and attitudes can often be challenged and changed just by thinking about the in a new way – even when they seem carved in stone. Remember to use this exercise whenever you start experiencing negative thoughts and attitudes to avoid becoming angry, tense and stressed.

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My way to cope with pain is:


My relationship to time is:


I see my body as:


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