Author: Jennie Allen
|Get Out of Your Head (2020) is a powerful guide that will help you break the diagram of negative thoughts so you can consistently live with healthier and more optimistic thoughts. Negative thoughts can quickly spiral out of control and affect our productivity, happiness, and even our relationships. But thankfully, there’s a solution. The book features simple tips like being alone, connecting with others, and reconnecting with God, this book will help you to achieve a more positive outlook on life.|
Negative thinking can be a serious drain on our productivity and happiness. If left unchecked, it can cause us to make poor decisions and even lead to depression. But don’t worry, you’re not alone. Millions of people struggle with negative thinking every day.
It can feel like you’re stuck in a negative spiral and that there’s no way out. But that’s not the case. There is always a way out. You just have to be willing to find it. You’ll be pleased to know that there are some habits you can adopt to break the consistency of negative gloominess. Jennie Allen teaches us those habits in the book Get out of your head.
With her personal experiences in the Christian viewpoint, she has specified how to reconnect with God. You’ll see that those habits will change the phenomenon of your thinking. No matter if you are a religious person or not. You’ll find some key points below.
Get Out of Your Head Key Points
Think to realize which thoughts you should entertain and which not
You’re probably thinking that you’re immune to toxic thoughts, and you’d be right most of the time. But what about when you’re not at your best? What about when you’re feeling down, or when something bad happens? That’s when toxic thoughts can take over and lead to disastrous consequences.
We all have them, we just don’t always want to admit it. But if we can learn to identify toxic thoughts, we can learn to deal with them before they take over.
It all starts with recognizing the signs. Are you entertaining negative thoughts more than usual? Are they affecting your mood or your relationships? If so, it might be time to deal with them head-on.
The key is to not entertain them at all. When you catch yourself thinking a toxic thought, stop it in its tracks. Don’t let it take hold. You have the power to choose integrity over evil.
Distract your pessimistic thoughts by spending some time alone in silence
It’s easy to forget that we are the source of our thoughts. And when our thoughts are consumed with worry, doubt, and fear, it’s tough to be productive or satisfied. We can become so wrapped up in our negative thoughts that we can lose perspective on our lives. But what if there were a way to disrupt these pessimistic thinking patterns? What if we could take a step back and get some clarity?
We all have days where we feel bogged down by our thoughts. Our minds are filled with negativity, and it becomes difficult to focus on anything else. On these days, it can be helpful to take a step back and spend some time alone. This can be an opportunity to connect with God, who can help to distract your thoughts and bring peace to your mind. When you’re feeling overwhelmed, take some time to pray and reflect on God’s love for you. You may be surprised by how much better you feel after doing so.
In our fast-paced world, it’s often difficult to find time for ourselves. However, if we can take some time each day to be alone and in silence, it can go a long way in disrupting our pessimistic thinking patterns. When we’re constantly bombarded with distractions, it can be tough to stay focused on our goals and priorities. By taking some time for ourselves, we can get back in touch with what’s important and regain our productivity.
Spending time alone and in silence can help you do just that. When we’re by ourselves, we can focus on our thoughts without distraction. We can also control the environment, which can help manage our mindset. In silence, we can more easily hear our intuition and connect with our inner wisdom.
To beat the negative thoughts for good ones, you must learn to connect consistently with others
Loneliness has its usefulness and benefits but too much loneliness can be harmful.
Negative thoughts can be incredibly damaging, leading to decreased productivity, low morale, and even decreased performance. To beat them for good, it’s important to connect with others consistently – both in your personal and professional life.
We all know that our minds are powerful tools, but sometimes we need a little help to keep them on the right track. The community provides a sense of belonging that can help you annihilate toxic thinking. It’s also a great place to find support and feedback, which are essential for growth. Community is one way to do that, and it can come in many different forms. When you surround yourself with people who share your values and support your goals, it can be a huge boost to your self-esteem and overall well-being. It can also help you stay accountable and productive.
All you need to do is to push yourself to break your comfort zone and start achieving the benefits of connection. Ask your friend to go on lunch with you. If you can’t do that, send a message to someone/friend on Facebook you don’t speak much.
Get out of your head quotes
“You have a God-given, God-empowered, God-redeemed ability to choose what you think about. You have a choice regarding where you focus your energy. You have a choice regarding what you live for.” –Jennie Allen
“The first enemy, distraction, keeps us from seeking help from God for the chaos in our heads. This second enemy, shame, keeps us from pulling others in to help.” -Jennie Allen
Get out of your head reviews
“This is a Christian bible scripture-based book. A non-Christian will not benefit other than a few general thoughts here and there. I was expecting more psychological aspects to train the mind.” Kushani De Silva
“SO GOOD. Probably will be the best book I read all year. It was exactly what I needed to hear, so practical and real and Scripture-centric.” Abigail Westbrook
To whom I would recommend Get out of your head summary
- The old Christians who want to deepen their faith.
- A young person who is filled with endless negative thoughts.
- Someone who has doubts about themselves, of their worth and importance.