I am going to dive inside your mind today.

I am going right in.

I am going to find the thousands of repetitive thoughts you think every day and change them.

And you are going to help me find them.

Yes you are.

Imagine every morning you wake up and you say things to yourself that you said….1,2,3 years ago.

You think it’s a new day, you are older, wiser and obviously you want different things in your life today.

But you keep saying the same things, over and over again.

Before I go any further, I want to tell you.

It is not your fault.

You are actually not aware that at least 58,000 thoughts are the same as the ones you had yesterday and the day before.

Oh and this is scientifically proven…but will not bore you with the science part.

Let’s get right to the work simply and easily.

You don’t know you are thinking these thoughts because they have become automatic.

You are asleep.

But at the same time awake.

You think you will go insane because your life keeps sending you some of the same things she sent you a while back.

Same bad luck.

Same type of men.

Same losses.

Same amount of money.

Crazy right?

Insane if you ask me.

How could it be that you keep getting all these things you don’t want and don’t deserve?

How about your friend who never tries and she gets everything?

What’s up with that?

I know what you are thinking…she is probably lucky and has connections and opportunities that you don’t have.

She is probably born with the silver spoon and it’s so unfair.


So while you are thinking these thoughts of unfairness, bad luck, not having opportunities like others do, guess what’s happening inside your head.


You get thousands of thoughts that go like this:

I have nobody.

I am alone.

I have lost so much and I will never get it back.

Everyone else has more than I do.

Should I go on?

I know some of your thoughts because I had some of those a long time ago.

I was so bitter. I am sure it showed on my face.

Especially on Sundays when everyone was with their perfect families hanging out.

I resented happiness. Because I had an imperfect family and I had lost so much.

Imagine the kind of chaos and misery these thoughts brought into my life.

If you have some of these thoughts then your life is going in a direction of more of the same.

Multiply the above thoughts and visualize thousands of them are swimming inside your mind every day bringing you exactly what you are saying.

You will have nobody.

You will not love again.

You will never get happiness back.

And everyone else will always have more than you.

Can we please hit PAUSE.


This is it.

I am going to ask you to not even tell these thoughts to anyone else.

Do not internalize or externalize.

Every time you say them and think them you allow your brain to create some of the life you had yesterday and the day before.

Unless this is what you want to  create.

I am guessing not..

Since we have around 60,000 thoughts a day you can imagine the amount of work we have to do to change them.

But we have to start from somewhere.

Go inside your brain and seek out the thoughts you have thought every day automatically.

You see you are unconsciously thinking them but can you guess what they are?

Write them on a piece of paper.

Cross them out.

And write on top of them.


Start a new piece of paper and write on the top:


Write ten of them.

Ten thoughts you need to think every day so you will get to create the life you want.

One of my new thoughts I have created for myself is:

I am a divine communicator.

Now it is your turn. And yes it can be that simple. Who said this had to be hard.

Or is this one of the thoughts you had?

Just saying…

Share your new thoughts here so you get to inspire other brains to think the same and let go of your forbidden thoughts.

With some crazy new thoughts,


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Christina Rasmussen is an author, speaker and social entrepreneur who believes that grief is an evolutionary experience required for launching a life of adventure and creative accomplishment.

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  • Jackie Ough says:

    I have realised that I am enforcing bad thoughts each time I wake up. I have now pinned a notice inside my wardrobe, so I see it at least twice a day. It says ‘Be yourself, you are lovely!’. I’m finding it is helping me find my way back to me. Today when I opened my eyes, I am sure I heard someone say ‘Good Morning Jackie’, now that was what I really want to hear in the morning. p.s there is no one there. Mike died 18 months ago.

  • Terri Bullard says:

    Thank you for sharing your helpful words. I have all of these thoughts. I lost my husband to an accident almost 26 months ago. We were high school sweethearts. I was just 18 when we married. Married for 36 years. Wondering if I will ever stop being sad and be able to be happy again. I do find joy in my kids and grandkids. But a deep hole in my heart. Question everything in my life. Who I am? Love the comment by Jackie. “Be yourself, your are lovely”. Don’t feel so lovely. But am trying to find myself and be happy. Keep sharing. Thank you again.

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