An average human being thinks 60 to 90 thousand thoughts a day: Lakshmi Yarlagadda, Transformative Guide

Hyderabad: Mental Health is never given a priority except when you are in troubled. Mind, body and soul connection is very important. An average human being thinks 60 to 90 thousand thoughts a day and the majority of them are negative said Ms Lakshmi Yarlagadda in interaction with a member of FLO here in the city hotel on Monday

The workshop has shown the way how to effortlessly have more positive thoughts.

Welcoming the gathering, Usharani Manne, Chairperson of FLO Hyderabad said “As we stand on the threshold of a New Year, looking back at a year that tested us in so many ways, we can only be grateful that we made through it safely. And for this, we owe thanks to our family, friends, colleagues and our frontline warriors whose words, deeds and support have helped us stay positive and motivated”

As author and master trainer of Neurolinguistic Programming Michael Neill explains:

“It’s not the thoughts that pass through your head that impact your life; it is the one you take possession of, and think about all day long. Once we agree to give our attention to a thought, it becomes more and more real to us over time and has more and more power over our life.”, Usha reminded sayings of author and master trainer of Neurolinguistic Programming Michael Neill.

Transformative guide, mentor, trainer, and teacher, helping individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves and live a more empowered life, Lakshmi told her participants, ‘mirror is a simple way you can look into yourself’. It doesn’t lie. It shows where you stand. All the participants were given away mirrors and asked to look into their eyes and in the mirror and reflect on what was going on in their minds.

Lakshmi who is committed to assisting individuals to bridge the gap between spirituality and daily life taught her participants few practical tips by making them earn by doing few things fir their easy comprehension of the subject.

We have so much of spiritual wealth but we last touch. Lakshmi spoke about how to work with the power of the mind. Reminding law of gravity, what goes up must come back l, as a sow, so you reap and said anything that is created mentally happens physically. She made her participants write a few beliefs and convert them into affirmations.

Affirmations, Lakshmi said refer primarily to the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment—fostering a belief that a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will achieve success in anything.