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Overcome Your Overthinking
- Narrated by: Heidi Sormaz
- Length: 5 hrs and 47 mins
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Have you ever made a decision that you felt confident about and then second-guessed it? And then third-, fourth-, and fifth-guessed it? Whether it’s lying in your bed reliving embarrassing moments or suffering from decision paralysis, overthinking is a common practice, and second nature to many.
Heidi Sormaz has a PhD in psychology from Yale University with an emphasis on cognitive psychology, and she’s been a meditation and yoga practitioner and teacher for two decades. She is also a reformed over-thinker, so, she knows exactly what you’re going through—or what you’re (over)thinking, so to speak.
Over the 12 engaging lessons of Overcome Your Overthinking, Heidi not only provides the science behind cognitive behavioral therapy but she’ll also arm you with a toolbox of exercises and techniques that are most effective at breaking the spell of overthinking. You’ll hear the latest research and best insights into the nature of overthinking, and how it gets triggered by everyday situations, emotions, and common occurrences where we rely on it as a distraction or to create an illusion of control. Once you master some simple mindfulness techniques such as practicing labeling emotion, practicing gratitude, and harnessing your body through yoga and breathing exercises, you’ll find that calming your mind and thoughts can become your new second nature.
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When the Hell of Thinking is online
Now I know that there are options and tools to choose when my mind is spinning. I am no longer available for the Hell of internal dialogues and role playing of victims and perpetrator.
Thank you, Heidi.
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