We are self-correcting beings, and, to this end, the ability to perceive losses, and receive warnings, is programmed into us. The trouble is, over-anticipating loss leads to anxiety, and ultimately, when exhausted, to depression.
We live in busy times. We need to take action to balance the busy-ness with balancing techniques that keep us peaceful.
The anxious mind gives us a hard time, always requiring us to be hyper-alert. To be able to relax, we need to learn to take life more lightly.
Anger and anxiety are based on an illusory, egoic view of the self. If we can lose this false sense of self, we can reduce our anxiety and anger.
Six ways to reduce the anxious chatter in your head.
We project, we hide, we find other things to do. But sometimes we need to engage, to be present.