In this hectic world of ours we must ask ourselves, what would make us less frantic and what would lessen our anxieties?
What makes us think that there could be anything but the good? Why go to negative expectations instead of having faith in the positive? Again, ask yourself: Why do I talk about my problems all the time? Do I need confirmation that I’m doing the right thing? What does hearing myself speak out loud do to my thought habits? Does it intensify the feeling of being right? Or am I reaching out for help?
Focusing on the negative is an addictive and destructive habit. Instead, we must talk about what’s good in our lives, the joys and upsides rather than the daily frustrations.
Let’s not try to fix the outside, our perception of what we see; it’s our inside, our innermost thoughts and feelings, that need attention.
Practice the Art of Calmness. Letting go of worries and fears - easier said than done, you say? Yes, I know…but only practice makes perfect. We have thought wrongly and negatively for so long, now we’ll have change our long-held thought habits and turn them into a ray of light. You can do it!