If you find yourself wanting to pour a drink to take the edge off in the evening, it's a sure sign to pay attention to the subtle negative emotions you're experiencing during the day.
Learning to identify and reduce these negative emotions can help you decrease your urge to drink, especially when what you're really after is relief from how you feel. In today's episode, I explain how you can learn to cultivate the skill of “being where you are” – a practice that will reveal just how often your brain goes into the negative past or negative future.
Tune in to find out how you can identify unconscious negative thoughts and emotions that contribute to how you feel and the relief that you're seeking at the end of the day.
Visit www.rachelhart.com/urge to find out how to claim your free meditation that will teach you how to handle any urge without using your willpower.
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What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- The importance of noticing the subtle emotions that contribute to how you feel.
- A way to interrupt your unconscious habits.
- The problem with not being in the present moment.
- Watching your brain go to the negative past and negative future.
- How to bring your mind back to where you are.
- How your actions might point at what you’re really thinking (even if you think your mind is “clear”).
- Why you should consider slowing yourself down when you’re rushing through your daily tasks.
Featured on the Show:
- Visit www.rachelhart.com/urge to find out how to claim your free meditation that will teach you how to handle any urge without using your willpower.