Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Worry, worry, worry

Everyone worries about one thing or another. Why do we worry, if something is going to happen its going to happen whether we worry about it or not. Most of the time when we worry it is focusing on the bad not the good. Worry brings stress, doubt, restlessness ect. I am sure I don't need to preach about why we shouldn't worry and how bad it actually is for us. But how do we get rid of it, now that is the question!!!
There are several things we can do to keep from being a worry wart. And what it boils down to is just taking your mind off what it is that is worrying you to begin with. Everyone has there own methods of stress relief, and stress and worry go hand in hand. So what ever works for one will work for the other. One big thing I use that I have mentioned before is music. Music can alter moods dramatically in my opinion. If you are singing along to one of your favorite tunes then you are more then likely not worrying about what ever it is you have to worry about to begin with. LOL Sorry if I am talking in circles here. Whatever it is that makes you feel good and will keep your mind off things, do it. Pet the cat, read a novel, write a blog, spy on neighbor(or not ehehehe). The point is if you are focused on something you enjoy, you will not be worrying or stressed. This is good if you are having a hard time focusing on the positive a matter, which is causing you worry. Once you get over the worry you can move on to visualizing the positive and making it happen.

That's What I call NO WORRIES!

Daily Teachings:

If you are visualizing all of the time and nothing is happening, it means that you are overriding your intention in some other powerful way that you are not aware of. What are you thinking? What words are you speaking? What actions are you taking? If your not sure, ask the universe to show you were you are overriding your intention, and it will be shown to you clearly.

1 comment:

Lily Wyte said...

Deep breathing is very helpful, even to the point of starting to feel dizzy (do it when you can sit a spell).