Results proving our thoughts


Hi Coaches,

I’m having trouble understanding how the result of a thought always proves the thought, as Brooke has described. Sometimes it seems a like a little far of a reach. Can you help?

I’m doing the money course at the moment. Example:
C: Debt
T: Debt is scary/terrible/bad
F: Fearful
A: Don’t do anything that could potentially lead to debt. Save my money.
R: No debt

I don’t see how this realistic result proves the thought? I feel like there are a lot of examples like this, especially when the thought is about not doing something. Help?