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Where Did Worry Ever Get You?

In Conscious Living, Study Group on June 25, 2009 at 1:39 pm

Neo_20At last evenings class, we discussed the flower of Calm, Vriesea heterandra. During the conversation we came to the subject of worry and anxiety – the key conditions that this flower remedies. As we got talking, I asked the question… “Where did worry ever get you?’ and as we continued, a number of beliefs about the subject became evident. Beliefs that justified the presence of worry in our lives!

For many people, ‘life is full of worry’ and apparently, ‘that’s just the way it is’. Worry for many is seen as a kind of ‘adult’ thing, a necessary element that guarantees sensibility. Worry has become synonymous with watchfulness, alertness and vigilance – a ‘sharpened mind’ that safeguards ourselves, our loved ones and lifestyles from potential harm. But, as we discussed in class, worry is anything but sensible. Read the rest of this entry »


Lessons for the Week

In Study Group on June 21, 2009 at 5:38 pm

Logo_Skyflowers Study GroupThe King of Bromeliads In this weeks study group we will look at the subject of leadership, the art of making good decisions and the problem caused when we ‘abdicate’ from responsibility for our lives.

Session timesTues 7.30pm Armadale, Wed 1.30pm Elsternwick is cancelled. See Tour Dates for Address.

Calm – The Mentone group will be looking at the subject of calm, how we create anxiety in our lives by mental congestion and what to do when we do ‘lose our cool’.

Session timesWed 7.30pm Mentone. See Tour Dates for Address.