Do find yourself worrying about the past or future? Do you ever look back and regret how you let your worry control a situation?
Worry is a habit that knocks the supports right out from under you. One of the most freeing changes you can make in your life is to kick the worry habit. Since most habits are learned, you were probably taught to worry as a youngster.
Maybe you grew up around those who believed that life was just inherently difficult, money didn’t grow on trees, God would surely punish sinners, it never rains but it pours, there’s barely enough to go around, that guilt was a natural feeling or various others.
The best antidote to worry is faith. Faith that all is good. Faith that you are a beautiful human being who is exactly where you are are supposed to be. Faith that what goes around comes around.
Despite the common saying, nobody is a ‘born worrier’. If you learned to believe that whatever can go wrong will, in the unfortunate or the hateful, you therefore have the ability to unlearn those beliefs and chose another belief that causes you less stress and anxiety.
How you feel about any situation is entirely your choice. What do you choose today?
If you constantly find yourself plagued with worry, simply becoming aware of when it overtakes you and your day is the first habit to develop.
Then find some way of reframing the worry to see it differently. Maybe asking yourself the question, ‘what’s the worst that could happen?’ maybe having faith that everything is exactly as it’s meant to be, maybe remembering that rejection is merely a form of Spirit’s protection.
Only you can know what will help reframe your worry habit. But one thing is for sure, if you continue to live your life according to how worried you are, life will pass you by.
In the comments below I’d love to hear what you find yourself worrying about the most and any tips you have for dealing with the type of worry that stops you living your life to the fullest.
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Honey and blessings,