The Mindset Mood Lenses: Part 1


I am now going to introduce you to some core Mindset concepts that can deeply impact your perspective. In my practice, I have often observed some of the most surprised and positive reactions from my patients by introducing them to these concepts. I call them The Mindset Mood Lenses. And what are they? Well, if you imagine that you are a camera, and that the information you photograph, or take in, are your interpretations of yourself, your life and your future, the Mindset Mood Lenses are ways of interpreting that can distort or bias the way we think and feel, particularly in ways that cause us misery. And by adjusting the focus or clarity of these lenses, or by removing them altogether, we can literally change the way we think and feel. So, I am now going to go through them, one by one, and help you understand how they operate.

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About Richard E. Schultz, Ph.D.

Hello. I am Richard E. Schultz, Ph.D., and I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Atlanta, Georgia. For consultation and treatment, please visit my practice website: www.drschultz.org.
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