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What is worry?
Worry is the negative, anticipated potential of an outcome that hasn’t yet been experienced.

When we worry, we engage in a chain of thoughts and / or images of a negative and uncontrollable nature about something we have not yet experienced. We ‘imagine’ what the outcome will be.

Many of us worry about things that seem impossible to overcome. As worry is an emotion it can be experienced as anxiety, stress or both as they are strongly linked.

The cause of worry can come from a multitude of areas of our lives, personal issues such and health or finances; broader ones such technology changes, environmental pollution and social concerns.

Worry can be based on a real or imagined issue. We can experience it in short lived periods and in most of these instances it can have some benefits such as avoiding getting too close to a bonfire, fastening your seat belts, safe sex, avoiding risky behaviour. Even these are based on an imagined outcome if we don’t adhere to them.

The important thing to take note of about worry is that it is an ‘IMAGINED OUTCOME’. An outcome that hasn’t yet been experienced. This therefore gives us an opportunity to change what we ‘imagine’ the outcome could be.

For many, trying to put focus onto an improved outcome can be difficult, but with practise and the use of the other material we have made available on this site, you can.

As worry is an emotion it can be relieved with the use of ‘Tapping’. In the tapping article I have given an example of how to do this.

You may have beliefs that are causing the worry. Take a look at the muscle testing article to see if you have any beliefs that are not supporting you in a beneficial way.

You can also use affirmations to support you. Please take a look at the article on affirmations and the list of affirmations provided for particular areas.   



Creative Visualisation

creative_visualisation_lrg_greenWhat is Creative Visualisation?

Creative visualisation is a practise of using your thoughts to deliberately create an experience or outcome as you want it to be. You create the desired outcome in your mind before it has actually occurred. It is a technique of using your imagination to create what you want in life.


Worry Sheets

johnny_automatic_worried_about_a_billWhat is worry?

Worry is the negative, anticipated potential of an outcome that hasn’t yet been experienced in the present.

When we worry we engage in a chain of thoughts and/or images of a negative and uncontrollable nature about something we have not yet experienced. We ‘imagine’ what the outcome will be.


Muscle Testing

muscle_testing_lrg_greenWhat is Muscle Testing ?

Muscle testing is a method we use to uncover hidden beliefs, feelings and emotions we hold about ourselves. As the response is coming from our Subconscious mind (inner child) which can’t lie muscle testing has proved to be a valuable tool to uncovering our beliefs, emotions and feelings which we would otherwise not know we have. Once uncovered, we can then change them to our advantage, allowing us to move our lives on the way we want.Read More

Gratitude Journal

gratitude_journal_lrg_greenStarting a Gratitude Journal

Why Gratitude? Because it helps you appreciate the positive things in your life.

Gratitude turns the bad things into good. How often do you hear individuals complaining about problems at work? Be grateful for your job; the money coming in at the end of each month and the challenges you have. There is always something to be grateful for even when things don’t seem to be going that well.Read More

Free eBooks

expert clip artThese are 'classics' that anyone seeking to use the Law of Attraction should have in their personal library.  

We will also be adding books as and when we can, so please pop back and check or look out for notifications we send out by email.


affirmations_lrg_greenWhat are Affirmations?

Affirmations are positive statements made in the present tense designed to counteract a negative belief you currently hold. Affirmations support the changes you want to make in your life by directing ‘positive affirmed’ statements based on the area in your life you want to change. This is achieved by the repetition of these affirmation phrases. They can have profound effects as the changes start to take hold and break through your limiting thoughts and beliefs.Read More


meditation_imgWhat is Meditation?

Meditation is a discipline by which the practitioner is attempting to go beyond the sensory stimuli that we take in and process with the Conscious mind, focussing the attention onto a particular object of contemplation, avoiding external influences “thinking" ourselves into a deeper state of relaxation or awareness.

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