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Monday, August 31, 2015

27 Quotes to Heal PTSD

Healing from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder requires action, knowledge and a new mindset. It is very important to put into action personal change, new beliefs, fulfillment, growth, happiness, and success. When you feed your mind, it results in a feeling of strength that will fill you up with increased hope, self-acceptance, and self-confidence as well as self-value and self-worth. 

As your mind grows understanding your body will heal. With the new knowledge, you will manifest all that is good and gain positiveness through increased enlightenment, energy, drive, fulfillment, and motivation. 

Feed your mind and enhance your body.

27 quotes to achieve a new mindset to act upon and heal:

”Emotional pain will diminish if you don’t feed it”

“You manifest outside of yourself whatever you carry on the inside”

“Can’t live a positive life with a negative mindset”

“Change is not possible for someone who is content even if it is with pain”

“A comfort zone is not necessarily comfortable, but it feels safe”

“Overreacting to a trigger can create a negative thought loop that will take you to a place in your mind doesn’t want to go to”

“Acceptance is the main ingredient to a successful life”

“A positive effect on how you feel and think is related to a shift in the content of your core beliefs ”

“Your inner voice interjects doubt, worry, blame, diluted beliefs, shame and harsh judgment into your thoughts without your permission”

“Don’t suppress your inner voice, rather change its perspective of you.”

“Trauma, when not addressed, has no awareness of the passage of time. Symptoms can strike at any time”

“Thought addiction is the silent killer of inner peace”

“Awareness and knowledge is the source of empowerment”

“Yesterday is a lesson, today is a moment and tomorrow may never work out the way you predict it to”

“A diluted thought is the silent killer of self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-perspective”

“To understand your mind code is to understand who you really are”

“Words can be devastating and destructive”

“Invest more in what you truly believe in about yourself rather than what others say you are”

“An active addiction is traumatic event to your mind and body and treat it as such”

“Believe in yourself fully, take nothing negative from others and just walk away with pride!”

“DID is not a weakness but rather an extremely strong soulful desire to survive”

“The meaning of safety to millions of survivor’s is invisibility”

“Don’t be a slave to your painful past but rather the bishop of your Soul and the architect of your moment”

“Reaction to an emotionally charged event in the moment causes a trigger to erupt. The trigger will then yield a memory and core belief which generates negative thinking.”

“Some memory can be so real, alluring and possible that you get lulled into a false sense of safety”

“Your skin is uniquely designed, labeled couture by God”

“A flashback is the seeping of a wounded Soul.”

“A master teaches, enlightens and empowers from experience. Be your own master”

“Healing is not finding the part you lost, rather the creation of a new you.”
         Coach Bill
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

The Difference between Thoughts and Beliefs

Do you think that your thoughts have real power over you and your life? This is a practical idea that many think is the truth. Maybe not? What should you know?

The most vital issue to know about your mind and how you perceive reality is knowing there is a difference between thoughts and beliefs. 


The difference between a thought and a belief is that you may have thousands of thoughts going through your mind a day. Maybe up to 70,000 thoughts a day. But none of your thoughts have any power or influence on you or your life except those you emotionally connect to by way of your beliefs. A core belief is what makes a thought seem real even though it may not be. 

You can't just choose to make a thought real or not only by deciding to with your very power of the will.

It is most important to know that is not your thinking that creates your circumstances, but the emotion and core belief that is attached to your thoughts that influence the outcome of your situations. Thoughts connected to core beliefs can manifest into actions or feelings, but not all thoughts become actions. It is only the thoughts accompanied by strong opinions and emotions which cause your life to crash.

First of all, a thought is a conscious manifestation of a core belief. Once an action occurs, then it and only then that the result of the thought becomes a subconscious memory. The belief in memory is what governs what you do, say and feel. Thoughts may be conscious to start with, but they become dominant subconscious beliefs that influence your life when triggered by motion. Now suppose I did not say I was penniless but came into the world with an unconscious belief of poverty. So long as that belief was operating in my subconscious mind, I would manifest I was poor. I might not have known the embedded subconscious beliefs were present in my mind, but it would have been working all the time and could be triggered.


Your subconscious mind is the seat of core beliefs that form throughout your life from circumstance your experience, and there is a storehouse of them in your subconscious mind. Therefore core beliefs are directly tied to how you think, act and feel daily. Thoughts that are formed into core beliefs from circumstances are energy in motion. The more emotion a core belief possesses, the more it governs who you are, what you do and how you perceive you and the world around. Weak, unreal or false thoughts have little or no emotions connected as well as no beliefs attached to them. 
Healthy thoughts are generated from core beliefs which connected to them. Know your beliefs, and you can command your mind and your body will follow. Health is possible.  

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 Coach Bill                                         

Friday, August 7, 2015

Powers of Thought: 12 Tips for Stopping Negative Thoughts

Battling PTSD is tough because of all the negative core beliefs the symptoms trigger but particularly the negative thoughts that are generated. Turning off the negative thoughts is almost impossible and even more difficult to forget negative thoughts also exist in your mind. Trying to shift your negative thoughts and focus on positive thoughts is even harder. When you are not able you to do so, you feel so defeated and powerless. Seems as though your negative thoughts are continually consuming all your thinking time and the amount of time increases daily. The more you attempt to stop negative thoughts, the more intense and louder they become. 
It is becoming increasingly important to know how to hack into your mind and how to powerfully change your negative thoughts, but also how to consistency manage them over time. 

Below are tips to help you change and manage your negative thoughts.

7 Management Tips for managing negative thoughts patterns and help your mindfulness and convert to positive thinking:

1. Get out in nature. The sunshine and fresh air can help you to feel better and to change your perspective. Just getting up and moving can help to boost your mood and produce positive thoughts.

2. If you are spiritual or religious, use prayer or talking to your higher power.

3. Use creative art, journaling, exercise, expressive writing, and dance.

4. Listen to music that inspires you.

5. Memorize quotes to defuse thoughts patterns.

6. Eat a healthy and mindfully.

7. Count backward from 100 in increments of 4.

These management ideas will enhance your refocusing skills and help you to master the thoughts that stream in your mind.

Longer Term Management Ideas

Tune into positive thoughts daily.  

Avoid trying to immediately fight off or ignore a negative thought. Instead, form a new positive thought to replace the old one, and focus on believing in the new positive thinking. Be sure to repeat the new thought often.

Be mindful of your general physical and mental health. 

When you are not feeling well physically mentally or spiritually, the amount of negative thinking you have could increase. Therefore, it is crucial to take care of yourself especially during difficult times.

Eat a well-balanced diet filled with fruits, vegetables, protein, and vitamins. 

Limit your drinking alcohol consumption. Don't overuse non-prescribed prescription medication, or engaging in other forms of substance use.

Exercise consistently, at least 3 to 4 times a week. Exercise is a great way to increase positive emotions, increase physical strength and distract yourself from negative thinking. Consider involving yourself in alternative forms of working-out like hiking, rock-climbing, dancing, aerobics, martial arts, and yoga.

Educate, Increase Knowledge and Support 

Read inspiring articles is a great start. Learning the experiences of others with his/her experiences with their negative thoughts and how they change them from bad to good can give you hope that change is possible. Search the Internet with phrases such as "positivity," "positive phrases," “how to forget negative thoughts” etc. There are many positive people out there that wish to help others to evict negative thought patterns. There are support groups on the internet to help you increase your skill with changing negative thought patterns.

Seek Help 

If negative thoughts are causing you to have extreme emotional swings, or to engage in risky or harmful behaviors. Coaching, therapy or other forms of treatment may help. Contact a counselor, psychologist or life coach. There are several treatment techniques specifically help people alter their negative thinking. No one technique helps everyone. Find on that helps you.   

If ruminating on negative thoughts overwhelms you, might explore medication options for a short time. Consult a psychiatrist for additional information or to discuss options.

5 Tips to Help You Think Positive

1. Positive thinking patterns can become contagious. Stop surrounding yourself with negative thinking people. Instead, surround yourself with people who make you happy, are optimistic and think positive.

2. Monitor your thoughts in the moment and analyze the appropriateness of each thought. Be aware that your mind is often only tricking you to believe something negative when that isn't true.

3. Start changing your negative thoughts one at a time. Don’t ever expect that you can change all your negative thinking patterns all at once. Be realistic. It is much easier to change negativity to positivity incrementally. Attempting to change all harmful thoughts to excellent thoughts quickly is impossible. Change takes time.

4. Don't push yourself to think positive. Don't try to be perfect. Even the smallest mistake can throw you into more negative thoughts.

5. Be your own support. Accept that negative thoughts are part of the contrast in life and keep in mind that if you don't know what you don't like; you will also not know what you do like. You can choose your thoughts but don't be discouraged if you fall back now and then. Try instead to muster a smile and find the humor in the fact that your mind can be very stubborn at times. Be nice to yourself.
     Coach Bill                                                      
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