How to Handle Stress Without Medication or Drugs

The Vibrant Moment – Remember: Be Patient.
Tools from the Center for New Psychology
Publisher: Doris Jeanette, Energy Coach, Mentor


Edgar Cayce: “Patience is the gateway to the fourth dimension.”

It is pouring rain in Philadelphia. I am holding my breath, worried about the leak in my roof as I look at water dripping in a light fixture in my bedroom. A real problem with a real concern: I cannot control the rain or roofer.

What are your real problems? What can you do about your problems when you do not have control over factors that create or solve the problem?

Right now, the world around us seems partially stressful and out of control. I was fortunate to live through the 60s and 70s when there was a great deal of healthy energy flow in the world, especially in the USA.

In 2019, we are bombarded with extremely unhealthy energy from many sources. Even though stress is a normal factor in life, sometimes the amount we have to deal with requires a great deal of patience. Yes, patience is the antidote to stress and anxiety.

Stress creates anxiety. Anxiety is a maladaptive response, which means, it is ineffective. Even a little anxiety interferes with performance. So, I know the first thing I need to do is start breathing and relax, even if the rain is getting in my house. The first thing I must do is say goodbye to my anxiety about my real problems.

If you do not have a relaxation response that you can use as needed, now is the time to learn how to relax your body. Being able to relax at will is essential if you want to meet your stress as an equal. Yes, the way to deal with stress is to stop it from overwhelming you. Meet stress as an equal by letting go of your anxiety and trusting yourself and others.

A helpful response to real problems is real fear. The real fear of the damage that the rain will do to my house must be addressed. Go get a big bucket and catch the rain so it does not ruin my floor. Be creative and clever. Put plastic under the bucket. Use towels to soak up even more. Put damage control in place. Next, call the roofer for help. He responds. Now, I can relax and be present for my day.

After improving my ability to reduce my anxiety for over forty years, I have discovered that patience is the opposite response to stress and anxiety. Being patient with myself and my roofer works. Being anxious does not work. I must stay on top of my roofer and text him often so he does not put me at the bottom of the list. When I communicate to him I am friendly and kind, not pushy and demanding.

The next time stress hits you, practice being patient. The more patient you are during the moments of your life, the more you enjoy vibrant moments. Being patient feels so good. Patience allows you to experience heaven on earth.


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