Pulling Weeds – Energy First Aid Academy

Pulling Weeds

April 10, 2023  ♦  Energy First Aid Academy

Pulling Weeds

Pulling Weeds

Weeding your mind of negative thoughts

Pulling Weeds in your garden involves removing unwanted plants and weeds that can choke out the plants you want to grow. Weeding your mind from negative thoughts involves identifying and challenging negative thoughts and then reframing them in a more positive light. Practice deep breathing for calmness, to see the larger picture, and to stay focused on the present moment. This can help improve overall mental health and reduce stress and anxiety.

I had a wake-up call the other day weeding the front yard with my husband and a friend; I had trouble getting this weed out and realized that I was wan not fully present, as I was looking for a solution to another problem. I took a moment and a deep breath and approached it differently, digging all around it rather than pulling it out like the others.


Pulling negative thoughts out

Pulling negative thoughts out could be to rephrase them more positively. Watch the word" always" behind on my work; try. I am in the process of working on improving my productivity." Another way could be to focus on solutions. Develop strategies to manage time and expand your view of the situation, and recall a similar experience of something you have done with a positive outcome. Ask a friend, colleague, or mentor to offer another viewpoint.

Pulling negative thoughts out:

  • Identify negative thoughts
  • Challenge negative thoughts - is it true? Do you want it to continue?
  • Reframe negative thoughts into positive ones
  • Practice being in the present moment
  • Engage in positive self-talk. I can do this.
  • Write and Post positive affirmations; inside cabinet doors is a favorite place of mine.
  • Seek support from friends, family, or a mental health professional if needed.
  • Watch comedies, read fun books, and find something that makes you laugh daily.

How is weeding your garden like pulling weeds in your mind

Weeding your garden involves removing unwanted plants and weeds that can choke out the plants you want to grow. Similarly, pulling weeds in your mind involves identifying and eliminating negative or unhelpful thoughts that can hinder your personal growth and well-being.

In both cases, it is continuing process, but it ultimately leads to a healthier, happier, and more productive environment and lifestyle.

Maintenance Is Key To Keeping Weeds Out

Maintenance Is Key To Keeping Weeds Out;  keeping an eye out for new weeds in the garden and mind requires persistence to achieve desired results. Both are ongoing processes, as new weeds or negative thoughts can sprout anytime.

Both can be therapeutic and provide a sense of accomplishment. Neglecting either and you will see an overgrowth and a cluttered, unproductive space.

Research on positive effects of gardening

Research has shown that gardening can positively affect both physical and mental health. It can improve mood, reduce stress and anxiety, and increase happiness and well-being.

Gardening provides a source of physical activity, which can help to improve overall health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Growing and harvesting your fruits and vegetables can promote healthy eating, and who doesn't like to eat what they have produced? Sharing makes it better.

Happiness and gardening

Gardening can bring happiness in many ways. It allows you to connect with nature, have some alone time while you engage in physical activity, and create something beautiful. Research has also shown that being around plants can reduce stress and improve mood. So, if you're looking for a way to boost your happiness, consider picking up a trowel and cultivating a garden!

Gardeners keep a journal of what plants grow well here or did not do well there. They love to share what they have learned. Reading their journal gives them a sense of pride, allowing them to enjoy those feelings again.

Healing negative thoughts and wounds

  • Practice self-compassion and kindness towards yourself
  • Challenge negative thoughts
  • Write and Post positive affirmations
  • Seek support from friends, family, or a therapist
  • Find and engage in activities that bring you joy and fulfillment
  • Practice deep breathing for more inner peace
  • Consider forgiveness and letting go of resentment
  • Improve physical health through exercise, nutrition, laughter, and sleep
  • Set healthy boundaries and prioritize your own needs and well-being.

As a hypnotherapist and personal development coach, I saw numerous clients who practiced and benefited from physical gardening and mental weeding. Enjoy Darielle

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