At the moment I am feel a fair amount of anxiety, more than I have felt in a long time. A lot to do and not enough time to do it. All day today I've been working, getting things in order, and I have been concentrating on my anxiety trying to figure out how to get it to dissipate. It really is like this knot in the very pit of my stomach, and it's casing my muscles to ache, especially in my shoulders and neck. So I sat for a few minutes on my couch, and concentrated on just breathing, just being. And remarkably I felt better despite that I hadn't gotten any further along than I was 5 minutes before.
I realized how much time and energy I was spending being frustrated and irritated. How much effort I was putting into my disappointment. And it was clouding my ability to see this tremendous opportunity for growth and change that was being laid at my feet. Challenging situation, yes. Impossible to get through, of course not. It's a moment when I am rising to my potential and then some. And that is something to be grateful for, if only I can remember to "Keep Calm and Carry On". I just ordered my poster. Get yours at: http://www.barterbooks.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=32036