Panic attacks happen when your true self outgrows the overlord of the mind. The mind wants to keep the status quo so that way there are no surprises. It knows what to expect and how to deal with it. It is in its comfort zone.
But the true self wants freedom. It wants to be able to stretch to a greater capacity. It wants to explore experiences that it never had before. That’s the purpose of living, right? So the true self is basically standing up to the mind and its limitations. This feeling can be as scary as a teenager standing up to strict parents for the first time and worrying what the reality will be if they cut off their control.
Young people want a solid concrete reason why not to do something. Since they live in an impervious state, it is difficult to tell them of the consequences of anything and make any impact. This makes it so difficult to warn them of the dangers of drugs. They just take it as an overreaction with out any conclusive rationale behind it. As someone who assists people in balancing out energetically, I explain to them that there is a very definite immediate consequence to doing drugs. Drugs and alcohol and even smoking affect your energy field in different ways. All are harmful to your overall well being. You are more than your body. You are an orb of energy that to the eyes that can see looks like an orb of light. You are also a compilation of different waves of sound frequencies. These are two ways to perceive the energetic aspect of the self. The physical body is only part of the frequency of you. It resonates in a particular pattern; as do your emotions, thoughts, and even all your past experiences. Smoking cigarettes pokes holes in your energy field. These holes open one up to the will of others. […]
I have a great plan to help people lose weight, avoid bouts of depression and to help them in relationships and with their over-all well being. Rather than being concerned with all the outer stimuli in your environment, how about if you paid total attention to how you process it. For instance, every time you take a bite of food; instead of telling yourself something negative as you eat it, why not tell yourself you are doing something good for yourself. Why eat guilt every time you eat a couple extra calories. It isn’t going to help you in any stretch of the imagination to tell yourself how undisciplined you are for enjoying what you are enjoying. Abstain from telling yourself that “you are going to pay for this later“, or that you are ‘Being Bad”; or that “you Really Shouldn’t.” Why not turn every situation around so it is a benefit to yourself and others who are in close proximity and are learning by your example. Why not tell yourself that this is exactly what you need in the moment and that you are enjoying the experience. If your body did not crave or want it on some level […]