The Mind Monkey

I know I know! But you're probably wondering what the Mind Monkey is, right?

Do you have a brain that’s never still?
Does the voice in your head keep you from concentrating?

That’s what’s known as Mind Monkeys.

Examples of Mind Monkeys are:

> You will never succeed in life/business
> That’s offer isn’t for you, that’s for other people, the ones who deserve it!
> You struggle to focus because you can’t get a minute to concentrate
> Don’t bother going for that job – you won’t get it so why try!
> You will always fail so why bother trying

Sound familiar?

If you allow these little blighters to get a hold, they will control your life and if you believe you won’t succeed then guess what – YOU WON’T!

Psychologists recommend that you take ownership of your stress or your anxiety (your Mind Monkeys) but how?

That’s where my range of mind monkey jewellery and gifts come in. As a sufferer of depression and anxiety for over 20 years I designed the Mind Monkey to help myself take control of my own issues.


Rose Quartz Mind Monkey Bracelet
Leather Mind Monkey Choker

How does a Mind Monkey work?

> Quite simply they give you a physical object to control the psychological problem.
> You take control by telling the Mind Monkeys what to do
> Take the monkey and shove his head inside the cage – thus reminding yourself you are
In charge.
> You are in control of your own Mind Monkeys.
> This simple physical action will allow your brain to take back control and stop the Mind
Monkeys in their tracks.
> Some customers have also found that naming their monkey has helped them to focus.



Mind Monkey Bookmark
Mind Monkey Keyring

Don't take my word for it this is what one of my customers said:

“I thought the overall concept of the Mind Monkey was superb and I wear mine a lot. I tend to wear mine when I’m having a difficult day or when I’m feeling overwhelmed with my PTSD.

I love the fact that the monkey hangs as it’s a subtle reminder that he’s there to have his head shoved into the cage as and when I need him to be.

I love my bracelet and even though it won’t cure me of my PTSD it’s a helping hand at being active at trying to make myself feel better when the time comes.