Category: Worrying

Wasteful thoughts – Bin them

It’s bin day to-day in Dublin.  Three bins are outside our house. The grey bin, the green bin and the brown bin. So during the week some waste is put in the landfill. All the waste we want to get rid of. Now the other two bins can be recycled. All the cardboard and paper items and the compost like vegetable peels.

Wouldn’t it be great if we had a dedicated bin day for our waseful thoughts. We decide that the “you are not good enough” thought is really wasteful and bin it. Get rid ot if.  Put it in the waste bin because it’s just a waste of time, a waste of space in a beautiful mind, a wasteful,useless thought.  But, you could recycle that “you know you could do that thing you have always wanted to” thought.  You could really use that thought, drive that home, put that in our mind and recycle it, reuse it. Similar to the recycling bin outside our house, you could send it off to your subconscious and allow it to be recycled into something new.  You might even use the idea of the compost bin, that old stuff, that’s used to help bring about nurturing and growth in the garden.

Start to separate the negative thoughts about yourself into three areas just like you do as you go through your week separating your household waste. You could separate your head waste too into three different areas:

1.   Bin the wasteful thought for good.

2.   Recycle the good thought, send it off to your deeper mind with thoughts of  growth.

3.   Use the recycled stuff to nurture your dreams/ideas/goals.

As you recycle your household waste, work on your head, get rid of the wasteful thoughts and start to nurture your ideas about yourself. Nature has a way of sorting things out if your nurture it.  Bin, Recycle, Reuse.

If I can help you or a friend or relative, let me know.  You will see my contact details here on my website.

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