One of my sons frequently says “No worry” as a way to diffuse any leaning toward undue levels of concern about something. It always makes me smile and immediately lightens my thoughts about whatever topic we were discussing. “Not to worry,” is another familiar remark used by many with, most likely, the same intent. Either has a reassuring effect when said out loud and seems to carry with it the promise that everything is fine in spite of any evidence to the contrary.
There really isn’t much benefit in worrying. Nothing is wrong with legitimate concern, but worry suggests that we have taken our concern and let it get out of control. I recall hearing from a friend “Worry is interest paid on a debt that may never come due” and thinking what a profound statement that is. We have become so accustomed to worrying that almost every time we are confronted with thoughts or reports of money shortages, unemployment, disease, or other situations of concern, we worry, worry, worry. If we dwell excessively on these negatives, we actually bring them into our experience, for that is exactly how the Law of Attraction works – we bring into our world what we think most about. If, however, we mentally reject these things as not being the truth of our experience, then they have no mental equivalent from which to form. As I have shared in previous posts, what we think about and give energy to, we bring about in our lives.
Perhaps one of the best cures for worrying is to train our minds in the opposite direction – to contemplate harmony, peace, abundance, and love; to create mentally the pictures of what we intend to see become reality ~ for our own well-being as well as that of others.
My wish for you is “No Worry”