Like my mother I have been a worrier, an over thinker, analyser and have lived in my head. It has taken several years to set myself free and be able to recognise my pattern and pick myself up before I go back on the merry-go-round of worry.
Here’s what I have found has worked for me:
1. Become clear about what you believe in by asking, Who am I,Why am I here and What is my purpose? The answers to these questions helped me work on becoming more authentic, an ongoing process I might add, and to become more fearless in the uniqueness of what I have to offer. This led to a decline in over analysing everything I do and to believe in myself.
2. Have Faith in yourself as a unique human being and Faith in knowing you are Loved and supported way beyond your wildest dreams in a real and cosmic world, in that I mean visible and invisible beings. Knowing I am never alone has bought a real sense of comfort to me. Draw on your imagination to expand your life, be curious and childlike, it builds enthusiasm for Life.
3. Become clear about the importance of uplifting and supporting others on our journey to Oneness together. Keep in the forefront of your mind what matters most in this moment? Too often we busy ourselves in needless detail and loose sight of what really matters to us. Imagine you knew you only had today here in this Life, how would you want to live it and who with?
4. Give Gratitude every morning and night and any where in between, it helps keep you in the moment and re align with what counts in the moment. Preferably write them down at least once a day. I have found this alone has made a big difference to my life.
5. Meditate each morning, it sets the tone for the day. If you do not like to sit, walk in nature and be mindful of yourself walking and breathing and the sounds all around you. Keep it simple and enjoyable and then you will keep it up.