Need an end to the stress?
...Then this just might this be the answer for you. Plus, it's to do with dragons (!)... and supercoach Michael Neill's quote:
"The minute you see it's your own thought scaring you, it's not so scary."
Check out the video on YouTube above, and if you got something from it, definitely catch Parts Two and Three after, which get into more depth, including recognising your own thinking or HTR/LTR, high/low thought recognition.
What is thought recognition?
Imagine a paranoid criminal who can't distinguish others' behaviour and is violent as a default response. This is because deep down they're always wary: this is low thought recognition. Often it's simply conditioned behaviour that merges all ideas into stress and makes thought recognition difficult.
We all know tolerance, patience and wiser understanding are a better path, but sometimes we feel and sometimes our situation means there isn't time to chase enlightenment. But just learning to recognise your trigger thoughts by practising higher thought recognition – seeing the difference between a real threat and a harmless, negative idea – is actually enough. Importantly for us, it's also quite a useful mindset or skill when feeling overwhelmed working on your own project, enterprise or business.
Inside out business thinking
Michael Neill espouses the belief of inside out thinking, the notion that it's not the world, it's you that needs to do something. Here he talks about a way forward in business that drops fear, insecurity, a feeling of 'lack' and the need to build 'a monster that poops out money'. Check out his site and his other videos and books, my links here being but a small payback for the insights he's shared with me.