I am currently presenting a whole NEW WAY of looking at performance anxiety and stress. It has totally changed my own understanding of how we humans work and it definitely also will change yours.
You might think “oh, just another new and trendy technique that soon will be forgotten, I might just leave it at that”… Then I am sorry to disappoint you in your assumptions. This is NOT a technique, it is NOT something you have to work hard for to achieve and it is NOT new age or anything like that.
What if just by understanding ONE simple truth, your perception of life would change for EVER? Your perception on stress, low moods, childhood traumas, difficult co-workers, time management, talking in public and anything else you can think of. What if by just understanding this ONE simple truth you could handle any situation with a clear mind?
Does you current way of dealing with stress work for you?
The experience of the experience will change when you stop chasing the wild horses, but rather let them come to you. This is NOT about the “law of attraction”, but about getting over yourself. The power is to really get the simple truth that it is ALL in your thinking, in your consciousness and your mind. Amazing, right?
You cannot and for g… sake WILL NOT stop feeling, but the overwhelming negative feelings will gradually pass as you know it is anyway created by your thought. This is not a technique, it is YOU. When you see that you will start to grow, your business will grow, your relations will improve and you will be shocked about how easy it really is to meet ANY challenge life might offer you.
“GOOD MORNING,” said the little prince.
“Good Morning,” said the salesclerk. This was a salesclerk who sold pills invented to quench thirst. Swallow one a week and you no longer feel any need to drink.
“Why do you sell these pills?”
“They save so much time,” the salesclerk said. “Experts have calculated that you can save fifty-three minutes a week.”
“And what do you do with those fifty-three minutes?”
“Whatever you like.”
“If I had fifty-three minutes to spend as I liked,” the little prince said to himself, “I’d walk very slowly toward a water fountain…”
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince
Source: Linda, George Pransky, Michael Neill. The Inside-Out Revolution.