WORRYWART

WORRYWART

When assailed by worries it is helpful
to take a few moments to calm down
using deep breathing and/or meditation.
Then list all the things you can think of
that could go wrong or cause a problem.
Divide them into two separate columns.

Column One: those you can prevent,
prepare for, minimise or else control.
Write down exactly what you will do
regarding each item to neutralise it.

Column Two: those you cannot do
anything about. Allow yourself enough
time to calmly acknowledge each one.
Then let it go, visualising yourself
breathing it out of your system.
Repeat as many times as required.

About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feeling.

Posted on September 20, 2019, in Exercises, Poems and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on I am Arachanaï and commented:
    Thank You Ben, this is very helpful.

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    • Thank you for the reposting. 🙂

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      • This was originally posted by Ben Naga in Sep. 21, 2019, reposted by Lisa immediately in the same day ; and now commented by Ben Naga right now, which becomes my very PRESCRIPTION for me IN TIME !!! How can I thank you both enough !!! God, it’s in fact the 20th anniversary of the unforgettable Earthquakes in the south of my mother island………… When I missed, you the precious ones, even not only ones would just tirelessly REMIND, RECTIFY, RESCUE, HEAL……………THANK YOU…………………..

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      • May healing be with you forever. Oh look. It is! ❤️

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