Let’s Talk About Anxiety

“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.” – Amit Ray

I don’t know about you, but the past few weeks have been full of some very high anxiety. 

I think it is a mix of the current outside circumstances, as well as all of the changes that I am experiencing in my personal life. Essentially it is the perfect blend for peak anxiety, and I am sure I am not alone with this feeling. 

One thing that I have been working on is talking about it. Anxiety forms when there is an element of mystery, and I need to squash the mystery.

To do so require talking about it, because if the spiraling thoughts are just in my head, no one knows about them and no one can help. 

I have said it time and time again that speaking out loud is probably one of the most powerful things you can do. Whether it be fears, manifesting, or even just a game plan for your day. 

The act of getting your thoughts out of your head is like lifting all of the weight off of your shoulders and it is distributing it so that you are not alone in carrying it. 

Imagine having this giant boulder, when you lock all of your thoughts in your head it is going to take you forever to chip away at it. You may even give up and just live with it. If you tell those around you, you will end up with a whole crowd of people all helping you out, and before you know it that boulder will be a tiny pebble. 

You are not in this alone, no matter how physically alone you are. There are people all around that are willing and want to help. 

You’re doing great sweetie! 

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