When I was learning how to ski, my instructor told me to keep my eyes on where I wanted to go. He told me that my feet would follow my gaze so if I got afraid and started looking toward the object of my fear I would actually head that direction.
Ive found this to be some of the most helpful advice I've ever received because it's true off the slopes too! When we focus on our fear and mull it around in our minds we cannot direct our steps to good things. At best we became paralyzed with fear and at worst we head in the direction of the fear.
Being an observer of our thoughts means we can choose to direct the traffic of our minds. Just because we think something doesn't make it true. Part of being present in the moment is directing our thoughts and casting aside what isn't true and what doesn't serve us. It means shutting down the negative internal dialogue and pouring truth in so that we train ourselves to walk in truth.
This is half the battle! Our emotions follow our thoughts, and our actions are influenced by our emotions. The goals we want to reach, the life we want to have, it all starts with how we observe and direct our thoughts!
It takes practice but it's the most important form of exercise that we can do for ourselves. It makes every other goal easier to reach! As we get active in our thoughts life it shapes our outside reality! 💗 #thoughtsoftheday #bepresent #observer
"And Aubrey was her name. A not so very ordinary girl or name."(Or so says David Gates ;) I'm a wife to Phillip, a mother to Scarlett and Juliet. We live in the beautiful city of Thornton, Co. I'm a recovering red bull addict. I love to read. I hate to cook. I seek to be inspired and also to inspire others. I am a Beachbody Coach on a quest to be truly healthy mind, soul, and body and challenge others to do the same.