Archive for May 14th, 2008

Alright everyone, it’s Day 2 of a 30 day experiment
in ‘thoughtus interruptus’. This is where I interrupt
negative thought patterns before they get a chance
to take hold.

I interrupt them with rapid fire I love you’s to myself
or thank you’s for anything and everything. I do it
every time a habitual thought pattern begins.

Thump, thump, thump….

That’s the sound inside my head. It’s what
happens when I do thoughtus interruptus
all day longus.

Thoughtus interruptus must be working; my
neural pathways are in there screaming to be
fed – give me my habitual thought pattern
or else!

Or else what?

thump, thump, thump…

I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you
I love you

Ahhhhhh, deep breath

I love.

If you want to play the home game version
of Thoughtus Interruptus just interrupt any
negative, sucky feeling thought with
I love you and stick your name on the end
of that I love you. Say it fast, as many as
you can, just keep repeating it till the thought
is gone.

Now try doing this every day, every time one
of those yucky thoughts come up. Or just go on a
rampage of rapid fire thank you’s. Do it every day
for 30 days and you might just develop a new neural
net in your brain. One that is deeply in love with,
guess who: YOU!

Enjoy playing Thoughtus Interruptus and remember
you heard it hear first!

Love, Bethie

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