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Did you ever notice how the anxiety about
doing something is always worse than the actual event? We spend so much time worrying about things,
most of which are completely beyond our control. Imagine being able to harness all that energy
and use it to move toward something positive.
Anxiety and worry are forms of resistance,
and resistance tells us we are experiencing fear. There’s a saying, “What we resist
persists.” It persists because we are
focusing our attention and energy on the thing we don’t want to happen. The Universe doesn’t hear negatives; it
merely sends us a match to the thing we’re vibrating about the most. Wherever we focus our attention and energy,
we will receive a vibrational match to that, whether it’s positive or negative.
Practically speaking, understanding this can
take us a long way toward shifting our realities into more pleasant
experiences. I’ve developed a process to
help apply this concept into action.
1. Identify the fear behind the resistance. Look at the situation clearly and logically
from as many vantage points as possible.
Ask yourself, “What’s the worst that can happen? How likely is that? And how would I move forward from there?”