In a period when so many people would have more time for each other, being able to take a long vacation or a long ‘Winter sleep’ so many seem to worry about matters they have not in control and shall not be able to have in control whatsoever.
Letting fear go is for many difficult, but all answers lie in themselves. But it also could help a lot when they would dare to go looking for the best solution to get rid of all worries by finding the saviour who can bring them under the Wings of the Most Precious One Who is Master of everything, the Elohim Hashem Jehovah. When people would trust Him more life for them would be much easier.
- What in our control = question couched in fear.
- Fear = feeling which takes us back to our reptilian brain & automatic responses => rigid + compulsive.
- response to life situations = only thing in our control. <= all have ability to make a choice => choice not to react to primitive impulses we feel.
- human beings = logical beings > answers = give us a sense of control = illusion of control.
- To become healthy = important to let go of unhealthy emotions.
- Letting go = process not taught
- We decide what is good or bad, right or wrong > placiing intrinsic value on those definitions = simply judgements => realize + accept => process of letting go = easier.
What is in our control is a difficult question to answer. It’s a question couched in fear. Fear is a feeling which takes us back to our reptilian brain and automatic responses. This part of our brain tends to be rigid and compulsive. If we find ourselves stuck here we don’t learn to adapt. We all wish to be able to control the amount and intensity of the fear that we experience. The answer to the question, “What is in our control” is frustrating and can serve to increase anxiety because there is no answer to that question, at least not an answer that some will find acceptable.
Our response to life situations is the only thing in our control. We all have the ability to make a choice, the choice to not react to the primitive impulses we feel.
As a therapist I have been asked a lot of…
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