What’s in your head?

635763101688927119639180470_Thoughts-in-Recovery.jpgNotice your daily behavior.
Notice if you have patience and faith.
Faith and also trust to your self and to every situation you encounter.
Take notes. Are you lacking on something? Write that down.

Observe your thoughts.
What are your thought patterns? Are they positive?
Are you wishing prosperity
for other people through your thoughts?
Are all of your thoughts based on ego?
Usually our thoughts are composed by these elements:

Basic survival needs (food, water, shelter, sleep.)
Financial issues (mostly negative or stuck.)
Relationships (people we like or we are with or we want to get rid off.)
Desires (material, sexual, career and social related.)
Hatred (memories of negative incidents and people.)
Judgmental (what other people do or how they behave or act.)
Future & Past (memories that happened in the past or future related programming or worries.)


Observe and take notes. Where are you concentrating your thoughts mostly?

And remember. What you are and how you think brought you where you are today.
If you want to change your life, change your self.

“The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his
– William James

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