Information strategy of our mind

Out of a million pieces of information from the environment, we are able to identify the only one that somehow directly concerns us.

The world is what we pay attention to.

Out of a million pieces of information from the environment, we are able to identify the only one that somehow directly concerns us.

For example, we suddenly realize that someone who passed us on a bike is our friend, we haven’t seen since school or that you have the same jacket in your closet like the woman who is walking in front of you…

We “fish out” these pieces of information from the environment in response to the memory tasks stored in our brain.

What many people don’t realize is that our thoughts about ourselves work the same way. If we say to ourselves in our inner language that we are useless, then when we take up professional or private challenges, we will feel more anxious. It will be an emotion that informs about the internal struggle not only with motivation and fear for results, but it will be information about the predetermined uncertainty as to the skills and predispositions.

The phrase “I’m useless” is also a very strong message by which we touch our identity. At the very beginning, it is extremely important to catch such thoughts and reformulate them into specific areas in which I feel uncertain about my abilities, for example: “I lacked such and such competences in the work of X, I did not achieve. I didn’t achieve the intended results, that’s why I feel this way now. ” This form of internal dialogue makes it possible to take specific actions and change.

If you would like to have a greater and more conscious impact on the direction in which your own life is going, we invite you to the course “NLP Practitioner” provided by Anna Modrzewska.

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