How To Stop Worrying And Start Living

As the old saying goes, the whole world is like a box of chocolates.

All you have to do is open it up. Open whatever you’ve been worrying about, all of it! So when did “all your fears and worries” start to sound like some kind of cliche? And does “all my problems” now sound a little less creepy and cliched? If you want to free your mind, all you have to do is free your mind. The world is not made of rocks, chocolates or fear. It is made of people and emotions. And you’re just as free when you stop worrying about those emotions as when you’re thinking about getting off your butt and letting those chock-a-blockers of a few years ago go.

Take the time to stop thinking about your worries. It can give you a sense of closure…if it doesn’t, go for a walk and have some tea and see if you lose yourself in the forest. And just maybe, you’ll see the world before long as clear and free as you did before.

I’ll give you a hint…when you go for a walk…you come back to yourself.

It’s so simple, and so simple to do.

Let’s get started.

1. Close the door.

Now you’re free!

Oh, I know. I know. You must think to yourself, “It’s been 3 months. I’ve been through that with my loved ones three times.”

And I know what you’re doing…I do. I’m going to be here. I’m going to be helping you to do that…because it can be done. If we don’t do it soon, so many people end up with their brains in a box and their loved ones inside it.

So don’t worry about it…it’s not your problem. And don’t feel guilty. It isn’t your fault. It isn’t…

“No tears, no remorse.”

It’s like a bad dream.

Now this can be a little confusing, so bear with me. It’s time to forget everything. Forgive yourself. Forgive yourself. Forgive yourself and forgive yourself.

And just once, just once let us think of you, when you were feeling your worries. It’s not enough to forget everything, we have to forget it all!

But don’t let that cloud your mind. Do it anyway. Do it because you know it’s a start. It will help you to have a whole mind to work with.

But I digress.

So you might have noticed when you shut the door…everything seemed to go away. Not a thing fell away…nothing went, no light stayed away…and your worries were no longer there.

I don’t want to push you. The point of this is very simple. When I said to my husband “I don’t want to open up the door because I’m scared shitless I’ll wake up a box of chocolates.” I gave him a little hint.

I’m sorry. I know you don’t want to do this. You’ll probably hate me. But it’s important.

I know you want a little bit of “closure” for the three months…I know you need it. But I also know you don’t want to take it any farther than that.

So when you wake up, open the door and don’t wait for the door to open. Just open the door. You feel it, I’ll bet you do. And you probably feel the box. And you can’t help it.

But when the box is over here, by your side, you can let that box of chocolate slip back through that door into your mind. And it’ll be gone in no time.

Let your worries fly. Let them fly, and if the box of chocolate is over here, it won’t follow you.