How To Love Your Anxiety

What if it was easy to love your anxiety?

What if it was easy to clear your anxiety?

What if “your” anxiety wasn’t even yours?

Who would you be then?

I’ve found when working with anxiety that there are 3 main types.

  1. The type that isn’t anxiety, it’s excitement and because the neural pathways are the same we tend to mix them up and label the feeling as anxiety. Yet as soon as you ask it whether it is anxiety or excitement the feeling starts to become more like excitement.
  2. The anxiousness that is connected to a stuck cellular memory from this life time or another time. These are the types where if you ask it some questions, send it some love it will grow and integrate into the diving that you are.
  3. The type that isn’t yours at all. It’s the anxiousness that you are picking up from other people. And even from people who are connected to the person you are picking up on. Yes we are that good!

So when you feel like you’re having an anxiety attack and it feels like your world is falling to pieces because you’re having difficulty breathing and your body feels like it’s rearranging itself, ask yourself…

“What’s the worst thing that could happen here?”

You could die, you could lose your job, you could be publicly humiliated… I’m sure you could come up with something horrendous and understand that when you let go and ask some questions, you will find that you are perfectly safe and loved.

I’m currently in the process of creating a program to help with anxiety and as long as you’ve entered your email address I’ll let you know as soon as it’s ready.

In the meantime…

When anxiety decides to have its way with you, take your time and describe what is going on in your body. Click To Tweet

Acknowledge what it is doing to you and talk to it like it is a child (because it is) and understand that it is putting you through this pain to keep you safe from hurting yourself.

An interesting way to keep you safe, I know and yet that’s exactly what it is trying to do.

Please don’t hate it or resist it or own it because it will just keep coming back and getting worse.

Dive in and love it, care for it and understand that as soon as it feels safe, you will too.

If you find that anxiety is detrimental to your life, book in a consultation today and we’ll work it out together.

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Rosemary Davey

Rosemary Davey lives with her husband Scott and her fur babies in Western Australia. She has a background in Mind Body Medicine and Holistic Counselling and uses tools and techniques in her programs to enhance the relationships in your life.

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