How your mind tricks you into problems

Your mind is designed to “solve problems”

That is it.

24x7x365 your mind is scanning the environment to find problems that can be solved, it just cannot help it. 

This nature of a our mind has generated unbelievable things like phone, internet, houses, roads, clothes, books, systems, laws, language, etc. Everything around you is a solution to a problem.

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Constantly seeking and solving problems is in the DNA, we simply cannot function against our genetics.

But what happens when there are no problems around you?

Your mind goes inward (within yourself) and creates problems that are internal.

That statement is a key for you to take away from this newsletter.

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It will think that your relationships aren’t up to the mark, it will think that you ain’t worth enough and all sorts of emotional conflicts (problems) will come up just because you cannot sit idle, your brain has to come up with a problem so that it can solve it. That’s a natural function of our brain.

So, if there is an inward problem in your life, simply ask yourself if your mind has created it or is it something really present externally.

There is nothing wrong with you most of the time, you stay in your head and create massive problems for yourself because you can’t find problems outside in the world to solve!

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The problems aren’t real. Your mind wants something to play with.

“An empty mind is a devil’s workshop”

Take this wisdom and 

Optimize your life today.

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