Posted on Sep 17th, 2006

One significant factor that contributes to excessive stress reactions is the inability to stop worrying about the potential outcome of a decision that has been committed to.

Indeed some individuals actually "think", paradoxically, that such worry reduces their level of stress because they "think" that it helps prepare them for an outcome that may, for what ever reason, not be the desired one.

They reason, without realizing it that being prepared in this way will protect them from uncertainty, thereby making them feel stronger, more resilient, safer, more secure, more alert, and more ready to address unexpected outcomes thus experiencing less stress.

So in summary they believe that:

(A) Worrying about the outcome makes them feel more resilient, calmer and less stressed than if they remained calm and detached.

Is that the truth though? Well let’s look at the actual experience of "worry". What does that feel like inside?

If you are honest with yourself I think you’ll agree that when you are “in” the worry state you feel tense, anxious, thoughts are racing or scattered, energy is being severely taxed, you are feeling insecure and vulnerable, and you are feeling a great deal of uncertainty.

In other words you are feeling a great deal of stress! Contrary to what you believe it is the "worrying state" itself that causes the stress and not the outcome itself. So clearly that makes statement (A) completely false, doesn’t it?

If you see that then I ask you now to simply admit that to yourself and then notice how you feel. At this point you might be feeling something interesting, perhaps the internal desirable shift you have always been looking for. Simply enjoy it.

So in summary what you have been doing without realizing it is holding a lie deep within your unconscious mind. The consequence was that this lie caused you to be seduced into accepting the worry into your mind and body. As a result this left you susceptible to experiencing excessive stress reactions in such uncertain situations.

You see it is your reaction that is the stressor and not the external situation i.e. the potential outcome. To drive this home you’ll remember that different individuals will react to the same outcome with different degrees of stress. That is because their "internal" attachment to it is conditioned differently.

What may interest you is that your internal reaction is "not hardwired". In other words it can easily, quickly and permanently be changed to suit you! This can be accomplished with a new modality called the Mind Resonance Process™.

If this is something that you would like to experience then kindly visit the web link below where I have a special audio message waiting for you.

Dr. Nick Arrizza is trained in Chemical Engineering, Business Management & Leadership, Medicine and Psychiatry. He is an Energy Psychiatrist, Healer, Key Note Speaker,Editor of a New Ezine Called "Spirituality And Science" (which is requesting high quality article submissions) Author of "Esteem for the Self: A Manual for Personal Transformation" (available in ebook format on his web site), Stress Management Coach, Peak Performance Coach & Energy Medicine Researcher, Specializes in Life and Executive Performance Coaching, is the Developer of a powerful new tool called the Mind Resonance Process(TM) that helps build physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well being by helping to permanently release negative beliefs, emotions, perceptions and memories. He holds live workshops, international telephone coaching sessions and international teleconference workshops on Physical. Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Well Being.

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