Relief #2

 

Crazy Phrase

Are you feeling caught in an unending cycle of judging yourself for how messed up you are, for what you did not or could not do or change in the past? What if you could break that cycle of obsessing and repeating the same thoughts, feelings, emotions and scenarios?

 

You can say this phrase to yourself out loud or silently in your head, it is called “The Crazy Phrase”:

 

"Everything is the opposite of what it appears to be and nothing is the opposite of what it appears to be."

Keep repeating this until you get a sense of relaxation and ease.
It may take only seconds.
It may take minutes of repeating.
It may take hours.

 

I said this stuff was simple and yes, a little weird. If you actually try it, you are likely to find it works. The Crazy Phrase™ is one of my favorite tricks for creating a sense of ease and relaxation.

 

When can I use it this trick?

Use it to go to sleep.

Use it to quiet the mind.

Use it in times of stress.

Use it when you can’t think of anything else to do with yourself!


What do you notice?
Remember, even just 1% better is better, things are starting to change.

 

 

I learned about this from Access Consciousness™ you can check out their official website at http://www.accessconsciousness.com and my personal profile on the Access site at www.heathersmith.accessconsciousness.com
 

"Everything is the opposite of what it appears to be and nothing is the opposite of what it appears to be."

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