What is the difference between worry and fear

Worrying about tomorrow

If we want to learn not to worry, that doesn't mean we are avoiding problems. If you want to lead a self-determined life, you must also deal with the circumstances in your life.

But it is of no use to anyone if you waste your time and valuable spiritual energies worrying about things about which you cannot change anything. In addition, worry can have serious physical consequences after a period of time.

How about the motto: "I transform worries into precaution and action"?

Making this seemingly simple decision can have a positive effect on your overall attitude towards problems and their solution.

More positive autosuggestions for dealing with worries:
I only pay attention to problems that I can do something about. If this is not possible, I accept it.I am in control of my thoughts. No thought can lodge in my head without my consent or permission. I choose what I think.

The solution to worries is to start with the things that we can change and learn to accept the things that we cannot change or prevent.

It's not about being carefree or worry-free.

Carelessness in the form of burying our heads in the sand can cost us our heads. Rather, it is a matter of allowing one's worried thoughts to be followed up with actions that are suitable for taking precautions just in case. This approach enables a relatively carefree life, as we have taken precautions. We don't do anything else with old-age provision by ensuring that we are financially well provided for in old age.

We could overcome most of the problems that plague us if we replaced every moment of worry with a solution, or if there was no solution, by accepting the problem. In fact, some things that plague us simply cannot be solved, but others can.

Of all the worries I have been concerned with, most have not materialized.
S. Hedin