Dealing With Anxiety: Exploring the Patterns that Fuel the Anxious Process
Dealing With Anxiety: Exploring the Patterns that Fuel the Anxious Process (by Dr Sarah Sarkis).
One of the key points here is the power to observe the mind from a neutral stand point, maintaining awareness of mental and emotional patterns. While staying present as the true self, the anchor of awareness, difficult or unpleasant thoughts/emotions are fully experienced but not fed or engaged with. They lose their power and fade out. This article emphasizes how important it is for parents not to help children avoid difficult or unpleasant thoughts or emotions, but to help them stay anchored as the observer, the witness, while the emotional storms pass.
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