Dispelling Anxiety: Quote

“The mind that is anxious about the future is miserable.”Seneca 4 BC – 65 AD, Spanish-born Roman statesman, philosopher

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  1. I agree with Jeff. I’ve been doing a 30 day Manifestation trial and learnt that the mind will spend as much time as possible in the future, CREATING anxieties. Way nicer to spend time just experiencing the moment and appreciating all the joys that are around us in the here and now… and way more effective from a LoA point of view too!

    Crystal
    crystalsquest.com

  2. I love to people watch and it serves as a time of peace for me. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I recommend daily meditation in whichever capacity suits you the best. Simply sitting on a park bench relaxing watching people can be meditation, you don’t have to say “om” or anything.

    Personally, I use “The Secret” and the law of attraction each morning. It gets me ready for the day, feels good, and has worked absolute wonders in my life. Have a good one guys.

    Jeff Sokol

  4. One of the best quips I have heard…”Anxiety is occupying space in my head and I don’t recall renting the space out!”

  5. Thanks bowerbird

    Remember too the wonderful observation by author Mark Twain: “I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, but most of them never happened”. 🙂

  6. Anxiety about something, I find, feeds itself and infects all other areas of your life too! I wish I was better at dispelling it at times!

    love your blog by the way