This series of articles is dedicated to untangling complicated knots of emotions that we as humans experience. We are observing the underlying mind-patterns that create emotions such as fear, anxiety, guilt, etc. I recommend reading Part 1 if you haven’t.
Anxiety is another mind-pattern in the fear spectrum. It is relatively easy to detect but not so easy to correct. As with any hyperspace technique, you need to remove layers of the emotion before you reach the point where you will actually stop being affected by anxiety.
When you work on the emotional release, the goal is to study the emotion and learn to detach it from the rest of the things that you project out with your mind. You will see the connection between anxiety and other emotions affecting you negatively. You can then start pulling them out and up one-by-one. With due perseverance, you will understand the emotion well enough to start releasing it.
Awareness of your emotions gives you a higher chance to regain control over your body’s responses. You are always in control of your mind and body, although you don’t always recognize it. In fact, the mind sends electromagnetic impulses to the body. The excess of energy within the body creates an imbalance.
Fear is self-destructive just like physical pain and anxiety. Anxiety starts with your thinking that affects the nervous system and then spreads throughout the entire body. It can cause conditions such as digestive issues, overeating, underrating, isolation, moodiness, irritability, rashes on the skin. The list continues. It can take over the entire body before you notice it.
The most effective remedy is mental exercising. You need to learn to feel safe, supported and protected within yourself at all times. Affirm it to yourself as often as you can. Write it down several times. Visualize whichever burdens you have and send them up. Maintain your ultimate protection.
The Mind-Pattern Behind Anxiety
Anxiety is one of the sub-personalities of fear. It borders with stress, confusion and doubt intermingled with anger. As you can see, it is much more complex than may seem at first. No wonder we get easily overwhelmed when we practice releasing the excess emotions.
To start correcting the mind-pattern, ask yourself: ‘which people, places and things feed anxiety in you?’ You may want to list them and their attributes. The tricky part is to recognize where and how these same attributes manifest within you.
I feel anxious from time to time. Especially when it comes to new things such as meeting new clients either in person or not, going to unknown places and during my preparations for significant events. I am much better at balancing myself now than before. Anxiety doesn’t affect my life on a large scale, but it does add a bit of unnecessary worry here and there. The key is to stay grounded and remember to balance your brain. From there, you can amplify your knowing that with due protection and boundaries you cannot be harmed.
Which techniques do you use to shield yourself from anxiety?