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Dear people,

With 2020 like it was, a lot of people have been struggling with staying stuck in worst case scenarios. Being in a global pandemic is a worst case scenario for a lot of people and dealing with the anxiety and stress that brings, can be hard. I know how to use worst case scenarios for positivity, empowerment and peace and I'd love to share my technique with you today.
Worrying is just negative fantasizing
Mostly, people use worst case scenario's to negatively fantasize about their lives. When I tell people worrying is negative fantasizing I often get treated to a blank look. But think on it: if you fantasize about winning the lottery, you know that it's not true in that moment. When you worry about losing your job, it's not true in that moment either. It's easy to spiral down into worrying about stuff that isn't true, making us anxious, stressed and upset. 

Just doing the worrying won't even do a thing! Nothing will change in your future based on how much you are fretting in the now. Once you become aware of that, you know that staying stuck in a worrying mindset and fantasizing about all those bad worst case scenario's isn't worthwhile. It only saps your energy. 
After time passed and the worst case scenarios haven't come to pass a lot of people recognize that worrying is so empty and useless. Only to do it all over again for some new things a few moments later. Training yourself out of a worrying mindset is possible and very worthwhile.

Exercise for empowering worst case scenario's:
So you've let your mind run wild and you are now tired and upset about all the stuff that can go wrong. Time to take your worst case scenario and look at it honestly with some reflection questions:
  • If the worst case scenario happens, would it trouble you in 2 months, 6 months, a year, 5 years etc.? 


Yes, missing a deadline sucks. Dealing with a broken car is annoying. But this question helps you put your worst case scenario in perspective and helps release a lot of anxiety. Often our worst case scenarios don't have long term consequences. 


  • If the worst case scenario happens, is there something you can do to mitigate consequences?
Finding out what you can do empowers yourself. So, if you miss the deadline, can you inform your boss in advance? If your car is totally broken, can you get other transport temporarily that's affordable. If you do turn out to have cancer, can you help yourself beat it? This question helps you to empower yourself to solve your scenario instead of wallowing in the stress and worry.
  • If the worst case scenario happens, who can help you?


Finding out your support network will help decrease stress. You might realize you have more people that can help you through issues or find out that there are professionals available for you. Don't forget to add in Angels, Animal Totems, Heaven, the Universe or God to help you. Giving over your worries at this moment to them is always worthwhile. This question will help empower you even more and often brings peace.


  • If this worst case scenario happens, have you dealt with it successfully before or with a similar scenario?


You often find more resources in yourself then you thought, but reminding you what you've already accomplished helps achieve more peace.


  • If this worst case scenario happens, is it the end of the world?


I usually put this one in when I talk to people just to have a laugh together. I haven't had to tackle a worst case scenario yet that was the end of the world, although some things can feel like the end of our worlds. So often the answer is, No, it wouldn't be the end of the world, but it would be painful, but I think I'll live.


Doing this exercise helps you put things in perspective, come up with a workable plan, empowers yourself and bring peace. Our mental power can be used towards negativity and worry or towards positivity and empowerment. So if you find yourself worrying and building worst case scenario's, I highly recommend doing this exercise. 


Have a story to share about how you dealt with worst case scenario's or want to tell me how the exercise went for you? Post a message on the blog or on the Facebook Fan Page or talk to me in the practice.



Dear People,

We all know it: sometimes we have to change, but we just feel stuck in a tantrum, unwilling to move forward or find that we self sabotage. It's hard to be willing sometimes, especially when our lives aren't going to way we want them to go. When you notice that angry, upset or disappointed feeling or just notice that you find yourself more stuck then you thought you'd be, it's time for some willingness affirmations.

I write my affirmations in different levels so you can see what resonates with you and what you want to work on. You might start with a lower level that resonates and then move your way up.
Pick and choose what works for you and affirm away (I recommend three times a day if you can manage it).
I want to be willing
I want to be willing to change
I want to be willing to take action
I want to be willing to make a decision
I want to be willing to commit to a different course
I am willing to release my bad attitude
I am willing to release my tantrum
I am willing to release my anger
I am willing to release my revenge
I am willing to release my disappointment
I am willing to release my grief
I am willing to release my heart break
I am willing to release my negativity
I am willing to release my self sabotage

I am willing to stop
I am willing to move
I am willing to listen
I am willing to change
I am willing to forgive
I am willing to commit
I am willing to heal
I am willing to commit

I am willing
I am willing to change
I am willing to take action
I am willing to make a decision
I am willing to commit to the right course 
I am open to willingness 
I embrace my willingness
I honor my willingness
I commit to my willingness
I love my willingness
Have an affirmation you want to share? Don't hesitate to post it in a comment on the blog or on the Facebook Fan Page. You can also share your affirmation stories in the practice, by email or publicly online.