I like watching Randy Gage’s Youtube channel. I usually start my work week by watching the latest episode there (he creates one new episode every week.) I find that it gives my week an awesome start. The last one was about the process of thoughts. About processing information, and drawing logical conclusions based on serious critical thinking. To become the thinker of the thought. In short to to think about what you think about. You choose your thoughts. You control them. …or you can choose to ignore that, and let circumstances and other people choose.
I prefer to actively be mindful about my thoughts. When I feel that my thoughts are taking off in a direction that isn’t helpful for my well being, I believe that it is my responsibility to change the direction of my thoughts.
What are your thoughts? How do you do that? Exercise, grooming a horse, going for a hike, or a road trip helps me. How can you think negative thoughts when your body feels good (exercise)? Or when you enjoy the great outdoors? When nature take over your senses completely?
The photos in today’s post are from a Memorial Day hike, along the McCloud River.
It’s all about experiences, the healing power of nature, and the great outdoors in northern California.
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