Worry visits me early Monday morning

If you suffer from childhood trauma (abuse), worry and fear were daily companions.


I have worked and integrated most of my trauma. Worry still shows up to entice me in the morning.



Past thoughts and feelings of unworthiness, tragedy and anxiety try to gain a foothold.



Our battle to be free starts at this simple, core level.



Worry has dominated our early, formative years and seems to hang around looking for a way back in.



Worry can enter stealthily, powering up before we notice.



Always, our job is to focus on the breath, while letting go of the thought driving worry.



Come back to this present moment, empty of thought, focused on what the eyes see.


This simple skill can change your life more than any other endeavor.

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