Do you feel anxious about something that hasn't happened and probably never will? You're not alone.
When you were around 4 or 5 years old you learned to make up stories to explain the complicated world to yourself. Sometimes those stories were scary, like monsters under the bed.
You could use stories like that to keep you from following your impulses to do things you 'knew' or imagined would get you in trouble — like getting out of bed and playing with your toys.
Sometimes you froze your energy around those stories into beliefs about who you are and what you deserve in the world. That frozen energy can be released using the
3 Logosynthesis sentences.
When you feel anxious about something that might happen you have created a scary story that may or may not have something to do with reality.
You react to your stories just as if they were real because that is the way people work. It does not mean there is anything wrong with you — it just means you are trying to explain your reaction to something.
You can use the sentences here too. Use them to take your energy out of the story you are telling yourself and free it to have available to use to do whatever you want or need to do.
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