IF YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR THOUGHTS, ESPECIALLY THE THINGS THAT YOU WORRY ABOUT, I GUARANTEE YOU THAT YOU WILL LESSEN YOUR STRESS LEVEL
If worry, why praying? Do you know the story of the man who was hitting himself over the head with a hammer? Why do you keep hitting yourself with that hammer? a shocked passerby asked him. Because, the man replied, “it’s going to feel so good when I stop, Examine the evidence.
You keep fighting the same fight. You’re losing sleep. You’re sick of hearing yourself complain about the same damn things over and over, Clearly, wrestling isn’t getting you closer to free.
It’s quite possible that you have no fight left in you, This is excellent news! This is beautiful! Because, When you have no fight left in you, you get to stop fighting. This defeat can be a major victory, When you stop struggling to make something go the way you’ve wanted it to, you shift the energy grid of your life.
Facing the facts is liberating (even though it can be wrenching) and with that truth comes a major power surge.
You’re going to feel guilty, The guilty feeling associated with desire, with going after what you want, with transforming, you know that feeling? It’s like tar on your mojo. Maybe you were raised in an environment where desire was considered a negative thing. Or your social circle constantly reinforces the message that you shouldn’t dare to bust out. And maybe you frequently feel guilty for wanting what you want and you know that it’s causing blocks in your life.
Love your sadness. It won’t last. Pure sadness the inescapability of it plowing through the softest part of me. When you’re in that kind of painful place you’ll try to climb the walls to get away from it. You want it over with. “Love your sadness. It won’t last long,
A friend texted me late at night. refuse to worry, Every fearful expectation has a big “story” behind it. The trauma, the drama, the pain, the plot. Worry feeds on the gruesome details. It replays the potential saga in your head. It validates all the reasons things could go wrong by drudging up the past again and again.
Worry is cleverly building a case as to why you should worry, What to do when things suck. (hint: don’t gloss over it.) When you’re feeling out of your soul zone and something crap is happening, accept that it’s happening. I know. Believe me, I know. This may sound super flaky and totally impossible. And yet, this counsel is at the heart of most Eastern mysticism.
Don’t deny what’s occurring. The power to change what’s happening comes from accepting it first, then, you will gather confidence, and definitely come out as a champion. You are born to win and remember. Winning is your DNA.