Glynis Barber and Ora Nadrich

Control your negative and fear-based thoughts

Glynis BarberStress Management 2 Comments

I recently met up with Mindfulness author, Ora Nadrich to talk about her “Says Who” method, based on her successful book of that name. The question is who exactly is that speaking in our heads? And who has control of that voice and the dialogue? According to Ora we do.

We are in control of our internal dialogue

Through a series of 7 questions, she enables us to expose that inner voice for what it is. Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this method. The truth is always simple. And the answers to problems tend to be simple as well. This method has the potential to be life-changing. It’s incredibly easy to do and is a wonderful practice to get into the habit of. Repetition will turn anything into a habit and we can literally retrain our thoughts.

It’s important to watch the video below to hear what Ora has to say about how it works and why. She goes through the 7 questions in detail. I’ve laid them out here so you can refer to them whenever you like.

Here are the 7 questions posed by Ora:

  1. Says who?
  2. Have I heard someone say this thought before?
  3. Do I like this thought?
  4. Does this thought make me feel better?
  5. Does this thought work for me?
  6. Am I in control of this thought.
  7. Do I want to keep this thought or let it go?

For more information on the Says Who book and method go to:

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