What Mind Movies Are You Playing?

When you are thinking, planning, preparing, working, walking or just being we are constantly playing movies in our minds. These could be movies that we create or visualise. They could be movies of things that have actually happened. Just spend a few minutes and think about what type of movies they are.

  • Are they positive mind movies? Do they give you a good feeling, raise your energy, increase your joy and make your body feel good when you play them?
  • Or are they negative mind movies? Do they give you a bad feeling, lower your energy, decrease your joy and make your body feel bad when you play them?

It is an interesting question. Maybe one you have not contemplated before. Now that you have (you have haven’t you?), you can benefit from increased awareness. If you find that your mind movies tend to be of the negative variety, then you can do something about it.

Remember, we get what we focus on. So if you are constantly playing negative mind movies, then you are attracting more negative experiences. It’s the Law of Attraction at work. Like attracts like.

You can try editing your movies to be more positive. You are after all the director, producer and often play the starring role. Tweak your movies into more positive ones. See yourself with things turning out how you want them. Make them more vivid, vibrant and colourful. Tune up the sounds and feelings so it’s really feeling good, looking good and sounding good. Make sure you are saying positive things to yourself as well.

If you struggle with this process then use Emotional Freedom Techniques, to help you release the negative and focus on the positive.

Try the following script to get you started.

  • Even though I keep playing these negative movies in my mind, I accept myself anyway
  • Even though I can’t seem to create positive movies, they always end up being negative, I deeply and completely accept myself
  • Even though I find it really impossible to create positive movies and I keep focussing on the negative, I’m open to this being easier
  • Eyebrow: I always have negative mind movies
    Side of Eye: I’m terrible at creating positive movies
    Under Eye: I’m naturally more negative
    Under Nose: It’s impossible for me to focus on the positive
    Under Chin: I always focus on the negative
    Collarbone: I just can’t create positive mind movies
    Under Arm: I’m so focussed on the negative
    Top of Head: I always creating negative scenarios in my mind

    Eyebrow: I’m open to the possibility of it being easier
    Side of Eye: Maybe I can focus on the positive
    Under Eye: What if it was easy to create positive movies
    Under Nose: It doesn’t have to be difficult
    Under Chin: Maybe I can edit my mind movies easily
    Collarbone: What if I started practising creating positive movies
    Under Arm: Maybe I can start focussing on the positive
    Top of Head: I’m open to creating positive mind movies

    I hope that you find this script useful. Remember to keep tapping until it becomes easier and more natural for you to create positive mind movies.

    Please contact me if you’d like some help using EFT to help you create positive mind movies and get the Law of Attraction working for you.

    2 thoughts to “What Mind Movies Are You Playing?”

    1. great post! as simple as this concept seems, it can be extremely difficult at times. When things aren’t going well and you are backed into a corner thinking positive is probably the hardest thing to do.

      Lately things have been great for me, so my movies are definately good ones. I tend to imagine myself getting interviewed by various business and entrepreneur magazines about my success and how i achieved it. Its part of my daily routine on my way to work.

      Hopefully one day those imagined interviews will be real. 🙂

      1. Hi Mike,
        Thanks for your comment – glad you enjoyed the post. Yes it can be difficult at times and hence my suggestion of using EFT to get yourself out of that negative mind set. Glad that your movies are good ones now. That is a great practice to do on your way to work – repetition makes all the difference. Here’s to your success!
        Kind regards, Lou

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