Do you turn on the news and promptly have a panic attack? Do you cuddle up to your care bear in the early hours with catastrophic events unfolding in your mind? Do you harp on about your weight, job, kids, and the continuing financial crisis? Do you tend to hold the dread inside? Do you think the paranormal is a load of old tosh, but still called a psychic phoneline when you spent more than you earned on fancy underwear?
The alarmed amongst us are worrying so much about that 2012 End of the World scenarios we order dried food to store should a cataclysm hit, we are even filling our suitcases with torches and first aid kits, and some of us are digging fallout shelters. On the other hand, teenage girls worry so much about the way they look they stop eating, or shut themselves away in their rooms.
The latest figures show that forty percent of our worries never even show up, and thirty percent of what we worried about has already happened, and there is absolutely nothing we can do about it. A lot of what goes on in the world is out of our control anyway. So if cutting back the caf lattes is still not holding back the angst, what do we do?
Well, if we are an earth sign we could write endless lists of things to do, if we are an air star sign we could pick up the phone and chat to a friend, or buy ourselves some worry beads. If we are water sign we could thank our lucky stars we have not experienced a tidal wave yet, and if we are a fire sign be over the moon that the house has not burned down. On the other hand, we could call a psychic phone line, and face up to the facts.
The facts are many of us don’t call a psychic phoneline because we are afraid clairvoyants are into bad news. Who wants to know the future, if everything looks so bad? But surprise, surprise, a psychic phoneline will not gabble on about horrid things to come. The metaphysical individual knows that there is beauty in life, that we possess a unique soul, that we can enjoy who we are if we would only believe in a great and loving energy pervading the universe, call it God, call it what you will, but it is the one thing we can truly rely on in times of crisis.
The empath online will probably inform us that the thing about worry is that it is the most useless emotion in the world, in fact they might even hum that old Dire Straits tune to us down the phone, perhaps to make us smile, perhaps to calm us down a little before they tell us all the good news!
There should be laughter after pain
There should be sunshine after rain
These things have always been the same
So why worry now
Why worry now”
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