Unlock the Mystery of Your Mind
When you’re overcome with worry, you may be tempted to think there’s nothing you can do to relieve your anguish. But that’s just not true.
By unlocking the mystery of the mind, you can switch from a feeling of overwhelming angst to one where your worries are transformed into something more manageable. When this happens, you discover you can take them in your stride. You get better outcomes in your life. And most importantly, you find relief in even the most stressful situations.
The key lies in doing two things.
- First, accepting you often can’t change the situation in which you find yourself. And you can’t change the way other people behave, only they can do that. Nothing is accomplished by railing against the unfairness or awfulness of it all, no matter how justified that may seem.
- Instead, you need to change the way you deal with the situation and how you respond to others. This is done by focusing on the things over which you have control, namely your thoughts, feelings and actions.
Making these changes has always been the big challenge when you’re worried sick, so Kay Johnson describes exactly what to do in her book, “How Can I Stop Worrying?”
Written in an easy-to-read style, she unlocks the mystery of the mind, and explains how you can find relief from mind-numbing worries even if you’ve been a worrier all your life.
When you understand the connection between the mind and the body, and how the conscious and subconscious interact, you have at your disposal all the tools you need to deal with stress and worry in a more effective way.
- Even though it may not feel like it right now, you can choose the thoughts in your conscious mind, whether they’re worry-type thoughts or something more upbeat.
- All sorts of beliefs are stored below the radar in your subconscious that create powerful doubts which are holding you back. And you can learn how to subdue them.
- You will discover that your subconscious has a phenomenal amazing capacity to come up with solutions to the problems you’re facing. You just need to channel its efforts in the right direction.
- And because of the mind-body connection, you will learn how to lift your mood by changing your posture, muscle tension and eye contact.
When you understand how the mind works, you release the shackles that have been holding you back. You become receptive to alternative ways of dealing with stress and worry that bring great relief. You begin to realise you have a choice about how you’re going to respond to the difficulties you’re facing. And finally, as you start to change your response, you find your problems are transformed into something that can be managed and overcome, rather than being show stoppers that undermine your happiness and inner peace.
What Makes “How Can I Stop Worrying?” Different to Other Books?
It’s written by someone who has been through life’s ups and downs and come out the other side, able to deal with things that would previously have poleaxed her. Someone who has tried many different ways of dealing with stress, and who has found out what works and what doesn’t.
Kay has translated the theory about how the mind works into a simple 5-step process that you can apply in your everyday life to resolve the problems you’re facing and find some peace of mind.
You don’t need any special skills or training. You just need to know what to do and then put it into practice in your everyday life.
It’s a process you can use to overcome the anguish associated with financial worries, health concerns, relationship problems and demanding work situations.
Irrespective of your genetic make-up, upbringing and the experiences you’ve been through, you can tame your doubts and fears. You can resolve the problems you’re facing. And you can restore your peace of mind.
“How Can I Stop Worrying?” is available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats.