Train Your Mind to Take Control (VIDEO)

Train Your Mind to Take Control (VIDEO)

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“The mind is a powerful servant, but a terrible master.”

Our mind is home to our thoughts, perspectives, and beliefs. If we exercise control over it, we can shape those things in a way that best serve us.

But unfortunately, it’s far too common that things go the other way. Negative thought patterns are at the root of living in a frame of deficiency, lack, and inadequacy.

Check out this trailer from Episode 8 of Awaken: Buddhist Bootcamp: Train Your Mind and Simplify Your Life with Timber Hawkeye in which he talks to us about how by taking control of our mind, we can change the experience we have of life for the better.

If you enjoy the trailer, I recommend that you check out the full episode here.

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