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Don’t Be A Worrywart!

There seems to be a lot to worry about in life given we cannot control everything. But worrying is a HUGE drain of your energy and completely useless so today I am going to offer you a way to stop worrying, or at the very least dramatically reduce it.

Honestly I used to be quite the worrywart. As a little girl, when my parents went out for date night they’d have to call home once every hour to assure me they were okay because I was so worried something would happen to them. I continued to experience lots of worry into my adulthood until I learned ways to manage it and accept the unknown in my life.

Worry gives us a false sense of control when we are uncertain about someone or something. When faced with the unknown, worrying is often the default habit we slip into as it gives us a way to seemingly deal with whatever our concern is.

In today’s vlog I breakdown worry for you and teach you a technique that you can start using today to transform from worrywart to dream manifestor!

The thing you most need to understand about worry is that it is using your imagination poorly. Anything you are worrying about you are making up. We cannot predict anything in the future so as long as your mind is going to jump ahead, make what you are making up good!!

You have so much creative mental energy. Use your imagination in a way that creates the feelings and experiences you desire rather than dread. Be sure to watch the vlog to learn how making “Ideal Scenes” will help you do this.

Instead of thinking your worrisome thoughts, create and think thoughts and affirmations, which support presence and peace. Rather than think “What if I do not get a job?”; write down and then redirect your thoughts to, “I am confidently going on job interviews that I am excited about and entertaining multiple offers!”

Worry is fear not love. Your imagination is too creative and expansive to waste on worry. The people in your life are too precious to worry about, send them Loving energy and positive thoughts instead. Your time is too precious to waste on fear-based thoughts. (Tweet-worthy!)

I want to hear how you are reforming your worrywart! Please share your positive affirmations in the comments section.

Love,

Christine

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Christine Hassler is an author, speaker, life coach and spiritual counselor dedicated to helping people answer the questions who am I, what do I want and how do I get it?  You can check out her website here.

p.s. To learn how to break free of feelings like anxiety, sadness, and worry and fully step into your joy, purpose and creative expression, join me in August for a workshop that will blow your heart and mind wide open. Details here.

  • RP

    Thank you for these helpful tools, Christine. I’ve been focusing on changing my worry-based thoughts into positive affirmations, especially where my job search is concerned.

    • The Daily Love

      We’re glad you found them helpful RP! Keep it up!! -TDL Team

  • Laura

    I have a bunch of worrier family members and friends…personally I have distanced myself from them and their severe lack of faith, as it is sometimes draining to me.

    For those who will listen, I suggest these two nuggets:
    1) Matthew 6:34 – (paraphrase) don’t worry about tomorrow, tomorrow has enough worries of it’s own.
    2) From a previous TDL post – don’t worry or pre-plan distaster, usually it’s not so bad, and if you rehearse it, you live the misery twice.

    • The Daily Love

      Thank you for sharing these nuggets with us Laura and thanks for reading! -TDL Team

  • Becks

    Perfect timing for me Christine, thank you! I’ve recently started part time university on top of almost full time work, and it’s stressing me out, to the point where I had a panic attack after getting lost on campus. I’ve since then started repeating helpful mantras instead of the incessant worrying, and it definately helps. ‘I am fully supported by the universe. Life is a breeze’ Thanks again :)