What is the best pattern interrupt for the analytic thinker? People who become caught in the pattern of negative or unproductive circular thinking are often analytic types who lack discipline in their thinking process.
The more this pattern is permitted to run wild, the stronger the neural pathway becomes.
The analytic thinker on overdrive often experiences bouts of anxiety and depression but lacks the tools to re-direct thoughts.
The analytic thinker is usually a digital auditory learner and highly kinesthetic in terms of processing styles.
One very affordable and accessible method exists for pattern interruption. However, this strategy is rarely used.
Because it is too simple.
Analytic personality types love to complicate:)
What is this one strategy?
Fill in the form below to receive this strategy in a complimentary audio assignment. Be sure to include a short description of the impact that negative unproductive circular thinking has on your life. For example many people find that this form of thinking:
-creates mindsets that interfere with relationships
-leads to overwhelm or anger
-spirals into depressed or anxious states
We MUST remember that thoughts and feelings become habits, just as actions do. Interrupting useless thinking patterns is a skill that CAN be learned.
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ps. a funny little visual can be a good pattern interrupt but for the analytic thinker whose processes lead to emotional and somatic responses auditory is usually a better bet.