Part of overcoming anxiety is learning to trust natural, automatic processes to take care of us.
Even the heart has a resting rate and an active rate. Our bodies are not designed to be on the go all the time. We need to learn a more natural flow.
When our older, animal brain gets anxious, we have a choice. We can leave panic to spiral out of control.
Or we can use our newer, cerebral brain to intervene with more peaceful stories.
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.
Risk is our assessment of the possibility that something we love will be lost. When we are anxious, our sense of personal risk increases. Common worries