Always loved these words, and – thankfully – always believed them.
Happen to you!? I need an OFF switch sometimes!
A solid point to remember…
When in fear. . . or consumed with stress . . .a few deep breaths can help to slow the body and the mind, and in turn reduce the subject of discomfort to the appropriate size.
I’m still working on this one, and I am certain I’ll be at it for a while. But deep down, I fully believe in this concept, and I am getting better about stopping myself when my thoughts *try* to sabotage my mind, emotions, and body. Like I said...*working on.*
The key is consistency – the efforts we make to apply it to ourselves, every…single…day, regardless of what’s going on around us. In my mind it isn’t necessarily a lofty goal, so much as a slow-and-setady one. It also happens to be an incredibly noble one and – should we truly desire peace in our lives – wholly achievable.
I don’t like surprises. I’m a total killjoy and even feel awkward receiving presents.
This…? So funny I nearly laughed myself off my chair…
All you empath, INFJ, introvert types will probably do the same.
As they say, worry is a not a present emotion, but a future projection (potentially horrendously false!)
Remember your strengths, and stay in the moment – often when the world is said to be ending, the sun comes up unhindered the next day (along with the birds joyfully singing.)