I just skimmed another magazine article about worry. The author's conclusion is we all do it, it's not good for us, and we should stop by thinking happy thoughts and doing good deeds.
OK, I am being a bit glib, but basically that is what seems to be the common view of how to manage this kind of suffering.
The truth of course is much more complex. Worry is a sign that your energy is stuck in some situation in the past or in anticipating some situation in the future. How it got stuck in the first place and how to release it is an ongoing challenge.
Talk psychotherapy, which I have practiced for 45 years, addresses this issue by trying to understand what happened to freeze the energy in the past. The hope is that by understanding what happened, you will be able to let go of the worry and use the energy for other things. This approach works often enough to keep doing it.
The problem is both clients and therapists focus on the story rather than the stuck energy.
Since learning the approach I describe here, we can now release the frozen energy much more quickly and easily.
This paragraph is a comment I wrote about a passage on Page 32 of Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®.)
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