- Notice them: see if they are constructive or destructive
- If destructive, call that thought back, rework it, and send a constructive version back out
|Dr. Rickhi & Dr. Hal receiving Dr. Rogers $250,000 award|
Simple as that. Notice the thought. Call back the destructive ones. Upcycle the negative and send it out.
You don't cancel the thought so much as flip it around. Be purposeful with your thinking. Not purposempty.
The abstract from Rickhi's study may be found here. Worth a read--especially if you find yourself in a rut of negativity. Good for athletes and children. Good practice.