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Friday, 15 July 2016

7 Tips to Stop You from Worrying About Things You Can’t Control

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1. You can’t control everything that happens to you, but you CAN control the way you respond.  And in your response is your greatest power.  Yes, most of your stress comes directly from the way you think and respond, not the way life is.  Adjust your attitude, and all that extra stress is gone.



2. Don’t bother worrying about whether there will be problems.  There will be plenty of them, and you’ll work your way through every one of them.


3. If you worry too much about what might be, and wonder too long about what might have been, you will ignore and completely miss what is.  Realize that worrying is a misuse of your incredible creative energy.  Instead of imagining the worst, imagine the best and how you can bring it about.

4. Today is a choice.  Today, choose grace over impatience, beauty over negativity, and presence over panic.

5. There is absolutely nothing about your present situation – even the aspects you can’t control – that prevents you from making progress, step by step.

6. You are alive and breathing, so act like it.  Let go of what’s wrong and grab a hold of what’s right.  Make things happen, and then let things happen.  Learn, accept, explore, create and experience, every single day, one tiny step at a time.

7. Keep being mindful.  Keep breathing deeply.  Things ultimately turn out best for people who make the best out of the way things turn out.

This post was republished from e-buddhism.com.

3 comments:

  1. Where can I get some mindfulness training? I NEED it

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    1. I couldn't tell you, sir or ma'am, but this article is entirely accurate. I've been searching for truth my whole life and am applying these very same principles & techniques right now personally. Some I learned from reading & some through my own experiences. I shall remain aware of TBI & will return when necessary in the future. This would make an outstanding starting point for your own journey. Everything I've read here thus far is concise & reliable. Not many articles anywhere are either anymore. Good luck on your journey, fellow student of life.

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    2. dhamma.org
      go to this site to attend a Vipassana meditation course. Vipassana is same as mindfulness. I too have done a course n loved it. You too would find it worthy.

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