Asking ourselves deep, thought provoking questions on mind habits can help us discover how to change them for the better. Mind habits are repetitive patterns of thought that either help or hinder us from getting what we want. Changing habits is a challenge with high rewards.
Thought provoking questions on the habitual mind below...
Are mind habits a good or bad thing to have? Can you choose not to have any mind habits?
How powerful are mind habits? Do they have the power to actually influence the course of your life and destiny?
Are you familiar with your own personal mind habits? Do you know what mind habits are holding you back and which ones are pulling you forward?
What difference would it make to your life if you decided to systematically work on cultivating positive mind habits and eliminating negative habits of mind?
Is there a connection between mind habits and cultivating character?
What is the connection between mind habits and the way you speak and act?
What is easier to change - a mind habit or an external habit? Will change in one bring about change in the other?
Is there a level of personal development and self improvement that reaches beyond mind habits?
What does it mean to have a free mind? Does this imply absence of mind habits?
What specific mind habits tend to create trouble for you? What mind habits bring you more effectiveness and peace of mind?
Is negativity a mind habit, or is it simply something that happens to us once in a while?
What is the best way to work on changing mind habits? Do you think this is easy or hard to do?
Changing mind habits is all about the 'internal game' of personal growth and self improvement. As such, it is definitely an out-of-the-mind self improvement and motivation practice. By changing the inner reality of our mind, we can change the outer reality of our life. In this way, we experience how workable and flexible our circumstances and life really are.
If any particular question has grabbed hold of you, it may very well mean that it contains the answer you are looking for at this juncture in your life. You may consider writing it down in a personal development journal, or on a simple piece of paper, and ponder it regularly for the answer.
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