If health and vitality were a currency, would you consider yourself being a rich person based on your current state? Why and why not?Wherever you are right now, consider it a neutral starting point. Define for yourself where you would like to go from here. Does your health need improvement? Does your body need maintenance just like your car, bank account, home, and all your belongings?
In this series, I’m sharing my observations and breakthroughs in dealing with overwhelming emotions. This is the last part of the series. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 if you haven’t.
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.
It’s a week since I’m back to my home country and hometown. Not much time to spend alone and very little time to write. The energy of the place is incredibly versatile. Like a rose with multiple petals, it reveals itself layer after layer.
The next series of articles will be dedicated to my observations regarding the challenges and struggles that we all face daily. These observations are experiential and are based on myself and the people I know. I will trace some negative conditioned responses back to where they started, which will hopefully serve as an inspiration for you to unravel your own inner conflicts that require resolution.
n this series of articles, I will share my observations regarding the most common mind-patterns, e.g., anger, frustration, discomfort, etc. These observations are experiential and are based on myself and the people I know. In Part 2, we will look at the animal-mind and its desire to be in control of our environment. We will analyze the fear of the unknown, adjustment and a constant search for comfort outside of self.