No one can dispute that there is a lot to worry about these days.
In today’s Mindful Moment, I encourage you to notice how often you drop into a state of worry today and this week.
Worry is an emotional state we consciously and unconsciously do. If you explore your programming on worry, many folks actually think if we are not worrying about someone or something we are invested in, then we don’t care. Furthermore, we may believe a person has their head in the clouds or is not in touch with reality if they choose a mindset other than worry.
Worriers believe they are doing good by protecting themselves and others from danger or calamity. Furthermore, because we are so good at thinking of many different scenarios/risks, we end up being right sometimes, and that only fuels the need to worry.
But in reality, worry impedes the process of manifestation of what you want and robs you of experiencing any contentment or joy in the present moment.
Worry only increases anxiety and a negative mindset in the worrier and those around him/her/them.
This week I encourage you to live self-aware of the moments you drop into a state of worry. In those moments, choose instead to take some intentional breaths, be the observer of your worry with a curious and open mind and ask yourself, “How is this serving me or others?
Encourage the body to relax, release the worry mindset, and choose instead to create thoughts aligned with what you want to happen or what you desire to experience. Remember, you have a choice of what you think and feel. Be the Master of your thoughts, not a victim to them!
Worry doesn’t create what you want; it only draws to your awareness more of what you don’t want and robs you of feeling at peace in the present moment.
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