How do you avoid worry when there is so much to worry about? You may be thinking, “This can go wrong and what about that? That can go wrong as well.”
People think that worry helps them prepare for an event, but in truth worry does not create forward moving action. It keeps people stalled, worried they may make the wrong move. Worry produces more worry, not less. Worry does not produce easier circumstances, but a harsher mental perspective that then produces harder, less productive circumstances
Worry takes you out of the moment and creates a fictional realty that then you live in. Some people are so disconnected from the present that worry allows then to avoid connecting to themselves, others and to life. Worry is a self fulfilling habit that you don’t want to live into.
Make a choice now to let go of worry and refuse to worry about things that are out of control. Think about what you need to do next and then refuse to think about it again. If/when you think about it again, remind yourself you refuse to worry and chose to think about something else. Train yourself out of the addiction of worry, by putting yourself in a training program.
Colby Wilk, Spiritual and Theta Healer, Heal through Spirit, Seattle WA