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Aware of Anxiety and Causes

Updated: Jul 26, 2023

Transforming Anxiety Solo Retreat



The last thing that you want to do when you are feeling anxious is to sit with it and be aware of it, the tendency is to try and distract ourselves with the purpose of avoiding it or making it stop. Unless it is taking the extreme form of panic, and in this situation you have no choice but being really aware of it, the discomfort on the level of the body is huge and the mind feels completely overwelmed and vulnerable.


The truth is, that whatever you try to resist will persist longer then necessary. If instead you surrender to it, be still and allow it to be here, you will be able to observe has it gets to a peak and then starts to diminish until it disappears completely. No thing has the capacity to stay here forever, the behaviour is of appearing (manifesting), staying here for a while, and then disappearing and dissolving.



The state of anxiety itself has no ability to sustain itself, unless you are unaware of what is triggering it and continuously paying attention and investing time into it - in the form of thought or action. It is of great relevance to notice, investigate the triggers and stop the behaviour pattern that is causing the state of anxiety to be present in your life. By enrolling in this Solo Retreat you will be guided as you dive in and discover for yourself all this information, enabling you to take proper and effective action in order to get your life back on track.


If you are not sure if you are suffering from Anxiety here are some of the Symptoms:


On the level of the Body


· Increased heart rate

· Breathing faster then usual

· Cold sweats

· Trembling or shaking

· Restlessness

· Generalized muscular Tension

· Feeling tired

· Dry mouth

· Headaches, muscle aches, stomachaches, or unexplained pains

· Having sleep problems, such as difficulty falling or staying asleep

· Cravings


On the level of the Mind


· Unable to think clearly

· Overthinking

· Negative and reemerging thought patterns

· Difficulty in concentrating

· Lack of memory

· Nervousness

· Easily irritable

· Feeling apprehensive or powerless

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