Crazy-making thinking creates stress hormones within the body. Crazy-making can be seen in anger, anxiety, depression & addictions.
Crazy-making thinking was most likely modeled for you as a
You watched, listened and learned from the crazy-making adults aka early programmers in
your environment (you will learn more about early programming in the required workbook). Another precursor to crazy-making is society's expectation that we must torture ourselves in order to move on. The vulnerable subconscious mind is programmed early. This was before you had the ability to discern and the skills
to determine if a crazy-making thinking style could ever possibly serve you.
Crazy-making thinking becomes so automatic that
it feels outside of your control.
As mentioned above crazy-making thinking can be seen in anger, anxiety, depression & addictions.
However, we need to realize that:
1) Many of our beliefs are borrowed and
foisted upon us at an early age.
2) We have the capacity to program new
beliefs and new ways of being.