Do you enjoy worrying?
“No, I want to get rid of worries….”
Then try this:
- Analyse whether your worries are self-invited or a reality? For example, when you worry about what people will think and you try to adapt to their expectations, that is a self-invited worry.
- Do not get entangled in thoughts about the problem, instead focus on finding a solution.
- If you are unable to find a solution, ask your well-wisher for advice.
- Concentrate on the work at hand, otherwise it will ruin not only your present, but also your future.
- If things seem out of your control and you cannot think of a solution, stay positive and keep trying.
God has said, “Oppose adverse circumstances, look for solutions, but do not worry.”
Worry is a fire. One becomes consumed with anxieties that something bad may happen. Param Pujya Dadashri says, “Carefulness is awareness and worry is to have anxieties, which eat you up from within.” As the main cause of all the stress and worries in life is one’s own ego and sense of ‘doer-ship’, the ultimate solution would be to understand who the real ‘doer’ is in this world. The first step to achieve this knowledge is to attain Self Realization and discover the science behind doership.
Read on to free yourself from the chains of worries.
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