How often do you wake up worrying? Maybe you opened your eyes to the sun coming up and smiled as you snuggled back under the covers. The moment of bliss disappeared as soon as your mind progressed in waking up a bit more and started chattering away.

Ugh, I have to get breakfast ready for the kids.

I forgot to do the laundry yesterday so I’ll look terrible for work today.

Where did the time go? I won’t get it back?

I hope my husband doesn’t get into an accident on the way to work.

My shoulders hurt. I wonder if I’ll need surgery.

I need to drink more green juices.

I need to stop eating sugar.

I have so many things to do. Why am I so lazy?

A coach of mine once told me – “All worry is an invitation to return to the present moment.”

When you notice that you’re worrying, remember worry is your signal from your subconscious mind for attention. It’s calling you home.

As you contemplate this, remember:

The present moment is peaceful.

All of my power is in the present.

The present is all there is. (The past is no longer real.)

Returning to the present moment not only helps you feel calmer, but it can also help with physical symptoms such as high blood pressure, headaches, ulcers, diabetes, and other medical condition. By working on your inner self, you can escape a pharmaceutical prison with its side affects and sometimes it just makes things worse or doesn’t help at all.

If you need help getting out of your head, I’m here to help. If you’re not close to my office, we can use skype or a phone to have a session. We’ll figure it out together and get you on your way to a happier, better feeling life. All you have to do is call.

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