What are Worries?
Here are a few short definitions of what worry is.
- Expectation of failure and problems.
- Thoughts about fears.
- Thoughts about what might happen if…
- A useless mental activity that wastes your time and energy.
- Occupying your mind with negative thoughts.
- Thinking what people might say about you.
- Engaging in negative self talk.
Why do you worry?
Why do people worry? There is a tendency to think on the negative and expect problems. This happens due to lack of control of the thinking process.
Few are the people who can reject the thoughts they do not want. However, there are ways to gain this control over your thoughts.
Here are some of the reasons why people worry:
- It is a habit of the mind.
- Your mind is programmed to worry from an early age.
- You assume that certain problems cannot be solved.
- Fear of failure.
- Going through negative experiences in the past and expecting them to happen again.
- The inability to reject unwanted thoughts.
- Lack of mental discipline.
- Lack of self confidence.
- Lack of self esteem.
- Lack of ambition and motivation.
What Are the Negative Effects of Worries
- They waste your time.
- They waste your energy.
- Worrying means negative thinking.
- Worries program your mind to think negatively.
- Worries program your mind to create failure.
- They weaken initiative.
- Worry weakens motivation.
- Worrying is a negative use of the law of attraction, because you picture in your mind what you don’t want to happen. Constant worry might attracts what you fear into your life.
- Constant worry attracts negative situations.
- Worries lead to anxiety and stress.
- They weaken one’s body and the mind.
What to Do to Overcome the Tendency to Worry?
Learning how to overcome worries requires more than a short article.
You can find more information in the articles about worries and overcoming them, here at this website.
There are various ways to overcome worry, such as:
- Through concentration exercises, which help you have more control over your mind.
- Through meditation, which is an excellent way to calm the mind and enjoy inner peace.
- By developing a certain degree of detachment, which will weaken the influence of worries, fears and negative thoughts on you.
- Learning positive thinking, which will make you more optimistic.
These methods usually require time and effort, but with persistence they bring real results.
Most people have no time and patience, and therefore look for methods that promise fast results, without effort, and the market is now full of them.
I have no experience with these fast methods, so I don’t know if they work or don’t work.
I prefer personal development methods that require inner work and effort, because they have lasting effects, and make you a conscious being, with control over what goes into your subconscious mind.
Concentration exercises, meditation and detachment can help you overcome worry, but they can also lead to inner peace, inner strength, mental mastery and spiritual awakening.