12 Psychological ways to calm the High-Strung Mind

Thursday, 19 June 2014 0 comments

High Strung Mind

1. Eliminate the clutter

The easiest way is to eliminate the clutter.  What are the themes to your overactive thoughts?  Many of these thoughts are related to money issues and our economic subservience to the system of control. Perhaps it’s time for a change in jobs or to find a job that you truly love to do?  The easiest way to determine this is to ask yourselves , “If there was no such thing as money, then what would I be doing with my life?”  After having fun or traveling, you would eventually do something you love to do.  At this point, try to find ways of doing this, even if it means working a job that you hate while doing this new activity on the side. The worst case scenario is that you spent time doing something you love to do and helped to eliminate the clutter from the overactive mind.  The best case scenario is that you will find ways to make an income from it and will be able to quit your present job.

2. Stop watching TV

The television is the biggest form of mind control and plays a large part on what we think and how we perceive life.  In the United States, the entire mainstream media (TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, text books, etc…) is owned by 6 corporations, all of which have Zionist connections.  Is it remotely possible that there is an agenda behind their “programming”? Ask yourself this:  During World War II, Precott Bush was arrested for funding both sides of the war, yet we never learned this in school.  Why?  Do you think his son, George H.W. or grandson, George W. would have been elected president if we were taught this in school?

3. Meditate

One of the biggest excuses that people will give as to why they do not meditate is they don’t have the time.

According the the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Watching TV was the leisure activity that occupied the most time (2.8 hours per day), accounting for about half of leisure time, on average, for those age 15 and over. Socializing, such as visiting  with friends or attending or hosting social events, was the next most common leisure activity, accounting for nearly three-quarters of an hour per day.”

4. Remove the ego

Many people will live their entire lives never knowing who they truly are while pretending to be what society expects them to be.  Once again, these irrational thoughts are reinforced by the mainstream media.  Ultimately, we are spiritual beings having a human experience and our bodies are just shells for our souls.  Once you begin to accept this concept, you will then begin to realize how we are all connected.

5. Your body is your temple

Diets that are high in sugar and caffeine content may affect your thought processes.  Fluoridated water has been proven to calcify the pineal gland (your 3rd eye).  GMO’s have been proven to cause tumors in laboratory testing of rats. Too much alcohol will generally magnify any issues you are thinking about, so try to avoid excessive alcohol consumption if you have an overactive mind. Avoid stimulants.

6. Exercise

They say a healthy body is a healthy mind, so if you are physically able to, then find ways to integrate exercise into your daily routine.

7. Escape time

On your day(s) off, learn how to escape time.  Time keeps us locked into the constructs of the “work week” so on your day off, don’t look at your cell phone, don’t watch TV (TV is all scheduled on “time”) and just “wing it” in regard to any activities for that day.  Try  not to place any time constraints on this particular day’s activities.

8. Have fun!

Start doing things that you truly enjoy to do.  Let your mind focus on fun instead of trivial items that are out of your ability to control.  You’ll find that your thought patterns will change drastically when you are doing things you enjoy.

9. Release the need to control everything

Many people with overactive minds have the need to remain in control of most everything in their lives.  it is very difficult for a controlling person to relinquish control because they might feel that if they do not have control over their circumstances, then they have no control over themselves, which is not true.  Events will come and go whether you control them or not.  All you need to be is responsible for your own actions.  When you begin to start controlling other people, you are creating more things to be concerned about which in turn will feed the overactive mind.

10. Start a journal and/or dream diary

One way to release the constant flow of thoughts is to start a journal or dream diary.  By simply putting it in writing, you can provide yourself with a simple outlet to help eliminate the clutter in your mind.

11. Live in the “now”

The overactive mind is constantly thinking about the past or future.  By living in the now you will be able to release that of which you cannot control.  This doesn’t mean that you instantly become unaware of what has happened or what is about to happen. It is more of a realization that the past cannot change and the future hasn’t occurred, so why waste time thinking about either?

12. Connect with nature

Find the time to connect with nature, whether it’s taking a long walk in the woods or at the beach or where ever brings you inner peace while being immersed in nature.  While in nature, try not to think about “every day life” and simply appreciate what nature provides.  Try listening to the cadence of the wind or from a babbling brook.  What animal or bird sounds do you hear?
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