You have two modes in which your brain operates, the default mode and the direct mode. When your thoughts drift, it's when you're on autopilot, and it's when you go through your day without even thinking. The direct mode is the mode where you are present in the moment. In this mode, we're controlling our thoughts. You have a choice to either repeat what you're doing, or you're going to evolve.
As mentioned above, the autopilot, the two modes in your brain, happen where the things are set to default, and then there is your ability to choose what you are going to think about deliberately. When you realize it, embrace that being a deliberate thinker is a skill, and I want you to master that. I want you to practice doing a mindset reset. It's not an event; it's a process because the negative and limiting beliefs are already set to your default.
Those are encoded in the default Network in your brain, and so it's going to be a process that you need to repeat. You know you want to make changes in your life, but then immediately you start catastrophizing, you start worrying about all the reasons why it's not going to happen. This is so common, and the reason why it's common is that somebody in your past trained you to think this way. If you had many bad things that had happened, you've trained yourself to assume and predict that bad things will always happen to you.
There will be bad things happening in life, but if you constantly allow your mind to default, thinking that bad things will happen, thinking that you're out of shape, or thinking that you're a loser. If negative thinking becomes your default mode of thinking, it is called the default mode network. The default mode network is a series of neurons in your brain that has automated certain things.
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