The Thought Tornado




Have you ever been caught in a “Thought Tornado?” Do you know how a destructive thought can enter your mind, pick up speed, and start spiraling down into more stifling thoughts until you are left screaming internally? I can’t tell you how many times I have found myself grabbing my head and yelling, “Make it stop!!”


My son recently came to me having been sucked up into his own “Thought Tornado.” He recently broke up with his girlfriend and couldn’t make sense of why it had happened. “I think too much Mom. All this thinking is hurting me. I don’t know how to turn it off.” Man, I think every single one of us has been there before. I spent the next few hours doing my best to explain to him why this happened and the best ways to combat it.


The problem is, when we are left to scrape together our own conclusion on something based on very little evidence, we will most often draw up the wrong one. Since it’s the only thing that makes sense to us, we accept that conclusion as a fact.

Over the course of my life, I have learned that our minds need to make sense of everything. If we can understand things, then we can use that information to progress and move forward. We can also use it to keep us from getting hurt and repeating mistakes. When we are young, and something happens that is new or we don’t quite understand, our mind starts trying to figure it out. Sometimes, we go to other people and ask them to help us understand and they will give us their perception of it, which we will then store in our brain as truth. Often times though, we look within our catalog of past experiences and try to align the emotion of what we are feeling now to something we experienced in the past. From there, we draw parallels and conclusions. It seems innocent enough when we are young because we have our whole lives to learn more information to “wise us up” to what was really happening. “You’ll understand when you are older.” The problem is, when we are left to scrape together our own conclusion on something based on very little evidence, we will most often draw up the wrong one. Since it’s the only thing that makes sense to us, we accept that conclusion as a fact.


So there we are, young and naive, collecting all these toxic facts about things in our life. We spread them all out in front of us and try to see the story all these “facts” tell us about who we are. We connect the dots and form a conclusion. What we come to is a picture of a person who is very much in contrast to the person we were created to be. When we are young, we can sense the wrongness of it all, but with no one there to correct us, we learn to accept it as our new personal truth and carry on.


As we grow older, we continue to do the same thing. We experience something new as we take that feeling and compare it to the “facts” we have gathered about ourselves throughout our life. Mature people will begin to speak up and say, “No, that’s not correct. Listen to what I am telling you.” We try to, but we find it nearly impossible to accept what they are saying as truth because it doesn’t match the conclusions we have drawn about ourselves and about life in general. You see, we only accept the answers that make sense to what we believe about ourselves and others. This is how we become imprisoned in false beliefs.


The first step comes in going all the way back and finding all the original conclusions you formed about yourself that were wrong, we can achieve this through ThetaHealing®️.

Our “Thought Tornado” comes as we try to process and make sense of new information using a hard drive of wrong beliefs. Sometimes each one linking tragically to another. The only conclusions we draw that make sense are the ones that match the way we see ourselves and the world around us. Yeah, those conclusions are often terrifying, stifling, and come from a lifetime of misinformation.


So, how do we stop this? How do we fix this? How do we unravel this and experience the life/happiness we want for ourselves? The first step comes in going all the way back and finding all the original conclusions you formed about yourself that were wrong, we can achieve this through ThetaHealing®️.


ThetaHealing®️ helps to identify those conclusions, and more importantly, it helps to recognize that the conclusions you came to were wrong; it helps to forgive yourself for making that conclusion; to let that belief go, and to accept in its place a loving belief based in truth. This way, we begin to unravel the tower of lies that were used to define our worth. We then focus on rebuilding our vision of how we see ourselves and the world based on love, compassion, hope, and truth. We allow the Creator to download us with the LOVE, BLESSINGS, and BELIEFS that align with who we were created to be and we begin to live out the remainder of our lives with a new, healthy perception.


I worked with my son on these things in a ThetaHealing session and we began to open the doors to new possibilities in his life. It is my hope that the ThetaHealing modality will be able to do the same things for you.


Love & Light Becky



The Provocative Intuitive has amazing programs and classes offered to truly enrich your life and overall state of being. You can join us each morning at 8:45 am EST for Daily Downloads. It’s a powerful way to set intention to your day, harness the energies of the universe, and deepen your spiritual growth.

If you feel called to learn or expand your practice of this modality in your life, I would encourage you to take the ThetaHealing courses. You can also book a ThetaHealing one-to-one therapy session to work on those wrong beliefs.



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If you are looking to take your current training to the next level and truly discover who you are as a healer, I personally offer a ThetaHealing Mentorship program. For more information, you can email me at: rebecca@rebeccasheehan.com

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