It’s common for people with anxiety to see one problem solve itself and then in the space where they find relief, immediately create a new reason to feel anxious.
You can observe this habit in yourself – and easily decide to break it.
You can observe that your anxiety turns out quite differently than you imagined – and that this next thing you are manufacturing anxiety about is nothing with which to be concerned – because both arose out of your imagination.
This will take some practice – because it is both an ingrained, and an unconscious habit.
In other words, you live in anxiety because you keep creating it – but this is good news in an odd way.
Because when you see an anxious situation dissolve back into where it came (nothingness), as you experience relief you can decide you’re going to continue experiencing that calm state of being.
Both choices are uses of your imagination – one habitual and one that causes you distress, and a new one that allows you to create your own peace of mind.
And if an anxious habit attempts to present itself right after a previous one dissolves, you can simply decline the invitation.
Again, this takes practice – and it is best proved after something you were worried about turns into no problem at all.
For chronic anxiety sufferers, this can happen on an almost daily basis. So heed the clue that your own life is granting you, and refuse to let your brain hitch onto the next imaginary anxiety that it used to do, out of habit.
Meaning, you can create a new habit of being anxiety free, through simple observation and deciding to remain in control of your own thoughts.
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