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Psychology

Chasing Anxiety’s Source


Sometimes when anxiety comes out of nowhere it may be because you’ve connected with cellular memory or a morphic resonance. This is the time to review your previous thoughts or perceptions. What was it that preceded your anxiety and did you see, hear or smell something in particular. Was there an event that triggered it?

Once you pinpoint the “what” you can start connecting past incidents and the emotions and feelings that accompany them. This “familiar feeling” is what you are addicted to.

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