This point alone could significantly minimise unnecessary doubt, so listen in.

Doubt is always a thought. It is an idea we hold in our minds. Always.

It’s never an accurate representation of what is happening.

It’s an approximation — a lie essentially — conjured up in an attempt to help but rarely helpful.

When we understand this, we see that all feelings of doubt result from doubtful thoughts that — guess who — YOU made up in your head.

We can’t stop thoughts arising, but we CAN stop holding on to them tight.

If you have a doubtful thought, getting into the practice of letting go and moving on will bring relief, improve your performance, and change your life.

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