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Why Do I Worry?

By Andy Shaw | March 3, 2010

Continued from Overcoming The Disease That Keeps 99% Of People Poor…

Between now and then practise being a silent observer in your mind. See when your mind starts to worry. Continue to let it happen and just watch it. Do not judge it, just watch it…look for the rational reason of why it is there and see what this shows you.

When you feel the time is right, ask yourself the question…why do I worry?

So when I stopped and observed my mind and became the silent watcher of my thoughts. I found that I had to ask myself for the first time, why am I worrying?

After much thought I found that it was for the same reason that I had kept doing so many things in my life which I had out grown. As an example, one of them was the business I created in Home Improvements. It wasn’t actually me that figured it out, Greg realised it first.

We were still doing that business because it had become a habit, not because it made us money, or filled us with a sense of being, no it was a habit, a bad habit. So when I asked myself why I worried I found out that it was because I had acquired the habit of worrying. Worrying was a socially acceptable habit though.

Whereas to sink into personal development and study things like becoming your own Doctor, Creating wealth from thought, Science of Getting Rich etc…These en masse are all socially unacceptable. Yes I know they are accepted in our niche, but widely they are looked at as airy fairy sort of rubbish.

Or put a better way, they scare people who are not interested, or don’t like to be shown what they should be doing. So if you like… what you are doing now by trying to improve yourself is socially unacceptable.

But there is another reason for why we worry as well, other than it just being a bad habit… Please Login or REGISTER to read the rest of this content.

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