Your mind is the most powerful tool. When it works for you, it helps you accomplish anything. But when your thoughts are hijacked by emotions, they become a prison that keeps you stuck in the past or worries about the future. That’s why I created this blog post to help you regain control of your thoughts and stop being controlled by them. Emotions are powerful things, but they don’t have to rule you! You can take back control of your mind by learning to recognize when you are being hijacked by your emotions and then choosing not to allow it.
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What Is a Hijacked Mind?
A hijacked mind is usually one that has emotions that are not aligned with logic. Emotions are often strong, making it hard to focus or make decisions with clarity considering the available information. It sometimes becomes difficult to decide what is really important when there are many distractions coming from aspects of life.
Causes of a Hijacked Mind
One of the factors that can lead to a hijacked mind is spending too much time on social media. This activity throws your internet use into an overwhelmingly negative environment which will eventually limit your attention span and lower your cognitive function. It will also affect your mental health by putting you at risk for depression and anxiety-related illnesses.
The Effect Of A Hijacked Mind
The more you are preoccupied with your thoughts, the less likely you will be to make rational decisions. A hijacked mind traps the most precious freedoms. This is because it is difficult to think or even relax when you constantly feel like something is clouding your judgment. Learn how to break free by recognizing when your minds are hijacked and make a plan for realigning yourself instead.