Self-knowledge through psychodiagnosis

Self-knowledge through psychodiagnosis

I invite you to consider these questions:

Does your heart beat very fast? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you often feel nervous or inner turmoil? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Difficulty sleeping? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Are you easily irritated or frustrated?  It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Sudden mood swings? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you say things that you regret saying? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you have fits of anger that you cannot control? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you feel under pressure, stressed, or unable to relax? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you feel sad, disappointed or lacking in confidence? It’s not you, it’s your brain. Do you fear failure? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you feel alone, or do you fear loneliness?  It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you feel as though everything requires a lot of effort?  It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Are you worried about what others think of you? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do think about the same thing over and over again? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you have problems making decisions? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Is it hard for you to let go and just let things be? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Stuck in time? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Difficulties concentrating? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
A victim of emotions? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Physical discomfort (headaches, migraines, gastrointestinal pain, muscle tension and many others) associated with psychological discomfort? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Do you find yourself behaving in the same way and in the same situations even though you try to avoid them? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Are you unable to lose those extra kilos? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Can’t stop smoking? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
Resistant to change? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
In short, are you afraid? It’s not you, it’s your brain.
If you experience only one of these things, remember IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S YOUR BRAIN – you can deal with it.
The brain creates patterns and once they are created, it follows them incessantly.
The brain does not want you to think, it wants you to repeat.
However, the brain does not know that you can retake control.
I control my brain, not me. So, how can you do that? With self-knowledge.