Why This Is The MOST IMPORTANT Thing To Recovering From Anxiety | LET GO AND TRUST

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Description: Trust is a key ingredient to overcoming stress and anxiety. Without it, we will always seek answers from others and keep ourselves feeling inferior to happiness and other people. Trust can over-ride stress and anxiety since so much positive information is already in the depths of your subconscious mind. It’s our job to begin listening to this intuition and gaining further clarity in our goals toward stress reduction and anxiety recovery.

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27 thoughts on “Why This Is The MOST IMPORTANT Thing To Recovering From Anxiety | LET GO AND TRUST”

  1. I cried when I watched this…the truth is i dont have any trust..I realized I havent trusted anything even my self for many yrs due to the traumas ive been through. Today I took a leap of faith I havent taken any meds for the anxiety. I havent been off the couch much due to feeling that lightheaded swimmy feeling. I know I need to trust that my body will be ok . baby steps is what I'm taking instead of my usual grab the bull by the horns attitude. This will take some time . yes I'm scared but it takes the first step and to keep doing.. Starting that process today..more dennis videos in my future. Its all ive watched today.

  2. Sorry this is off topic but I love your videos and am going to be purchasing the program soon but I cant seem to find anything on frequent urination…I wake up every single night at least once and have tried different things but nothing has helped. Do you have any videos that address this? I literally cant remember the last time I consistently got 7 to 8 hours straight!

  3. I use to screw up happiness every time because being anxious was so much more familiar. The future may be dreary and i had always believed i will have to pay a hefty price for my happiness in the future. Probably some childhood conditioning. But slowly i have realised whatever the situation i am capable to take care of myself. I fai, I live miserably, i become scared, unhappy but i surely do get up, survive smile again. Slowly but surely. Some friends, teachers, my parents and some unknown force helps pick myself up. I am grateful for that. And yes the fear of the uncertain future and imperfect world will not make me afraid anymore soon as i am trying to trust myself and embrace the world as it is.

  4. Thanks so much for this video! I got hope from this video, lots of hope. I got a "curious" to see the future without anxiety thought and acceptance of the possibility of living a different future in regards to anxiety. And this gives me immense hope. Also accepting that I have to feel the anxiety in order to heal the anxiety helps. I've taken these 2 things in and have a lotta hope! Thank you so much!!! Sending you back some loving thoughts of immense gratitude and appreciation.

  5. We must try to let go of that controlling nature inside of us for every little worry and trust that things will turn out right despite it. (Imagine that! Not always easy but when we can do it, it can feel like a big weight off our shoulders, however brief.)

  6. Im working on being disinterested in my physical symptoms its a tough one.
    one day at a time though changing and re training the mind in order to move forward past this horrible anxiety.

  7. Great words..
    Trust yourself you can be in peace..
    Maybe a small celebration everytime we realise we are in peace can hold the moment in our minds instead of just remembering the fear this will not last??

  8. “Making peace with peace”. I love that. It rings so true. I think for many of us who suffer from anxiety, we learned somewhere along the way that outside sources were more trustworthy than ourselves. I know for me this was a huge revelation. I appreciate the reminder!

  9. Very very true!! Thank you Dennis. I have come a long way on recovery but lately i have been stressed and getting symptoms. Butni have patience with myself because im human and i make mistakes. I will get better and accept uncertainty.

  10. i think its very true Dennis, I dont think i think i need to find something to worry about , to me its more like i am looking for something to do , and when I feel like there is nothing I want to do I get worried , hahahahaha I still manage to calm my self but i am able to see my self starting to worry even about worrying hahahaha thanks for the video man

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