Can you handle anxiety?…
When big events come up, maybe a holiday, a graduation, or whatever does it put pressure on you? As a result, do you develop a cold or the flu or do you throw your back out or whatever, just before the big event?
Have you, in effect, given up? Because you know that nothing ever goes right, that …
Uncle Joe is going to do the same thing with the whoopee cushion and embarrass everyone. You know that Aunt Jane is going to sit there and berate Uncle Joe the whole time. You know Barry is going to show up and Uncle Bart will take it upon himself to tell the boy what a jackass he is, and the whole family will join in.
There goes the big celebration. Right? You wish you could stop it right there.
I say: Wrong. I say: Let it happen.
That’s right. I say: let it happen.
If it’s going to happen, let it happen.
And it will.
But there is a solution. You, yes, you can find your firm voice, and say, “Everyone who wants to have some fun, come with me.” And herd all who are willing into the other room, where you have set up a fun room. And on the wall will be the rules. Or rule, as it may be. No frowns. Laughter is acceptable. Love abounds. And visualize exactly that.
And here’s a no-brainer: If you take the time and effort to change your view of reality, your brain will put in the time and effort to make your reality become your view. Visualize what you want to happen, then… Let it happen!
Thanks for reading.
Master Neuro Linguistic Programmer
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