Why You Should Never WorryAug 21, 2020
I was stunned to learn that the average person will spend about two hours and 28 minutes worrying every day – that equates to an incredible 900 hours a year!
Yet, it if there were ever a time to worry, wouldn't now be that time. Here is how the Dalai Lama answers that assumption:
"If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it's not fixable, then there is no help in worrying. There is no benefit in worrying whatsoever" - Dalai Lama
Worry is rooted in fears often created by a mind that is disturbed about an uncertain future, or a difficult memory from the past.
The main point here is that if you're chronically worried, you're living in your imagination more than you're living in reality.
But you might be asking; what if reality is stressful?
Here's the REPLAY of this week's The Breathing Room Masterclass where I talk in depth about how to break the habit of worry using the #1 tool from yoga psychology and yoga therapy.
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With love & Namaste,