Uncontrollable Emotions, Impulsive Behaviour and Mood Swings can be triggered by other peoples thoughts or influence. In my previous blog I wrote on “Mood Swings”. I explained the cause and effect, and the steps you can take to alter or lessen them.
You might have heard by now that we are energy beings and by our thoughts we attract into our lives events, people, opportunity, etc. Just as powerful our thoughts are in wanting things happen for us, it is also true about us being influenced by others’ thoughts.
Power of Our Thoughts
We have been taught by our culture and society to rely so much on our physical body, utilizing our five senses and very little of our minds or to use the power of our thoughts. That leaves us very vulnerable to very intensely determined or well developed authority figures. And as you well know, not all can be trusted with the well being of our well being, much less our children’s.
We become vulnerable to others thoughts, their influence over us that we sometimes have no control over our own thinking or action. We tend to blame ourselves or believe it’s our fault for thinking such negative things. Our society has kept us believing otherwise. Just take a real close look at what teachers are taught to teach our kids and us. The news are so filled with misconceptions, outright confusion and negativity. Hey, for some good news that sell?
If you’re really sick of it all like I am (I suspect you are), here a quick remedy. You only need to focus strongly on it and it get easier and you become more in control of your own thoughts and behaviour.
1) Always be aware of your thoughts especially when meeting other people (notice how often people can influence you).
2) When unusual thoughts occur, check within yourself and ask where it is coming from, where it is going or do you want this? A little solitude and asking your mind (or sub-conscious mind) can work wonders to ease your emotions to the point where you feel in total control.