Looking For Answers In All The Wrong Places?

By: Richard Vegas

Looking around at our circumstances we may see only mountains of problems, debts piling up, fear, failure, and defeat at every corner. Maybe you've looked around and thought, where's the answer, I need a new life?

Heart To Heart!

No one may be able to give you an easy answer for difficult circumstances, but there are some simple steps you can take today to neutralize the negative emotions that are making you stew in your own juice.

The most important thing to do is; stop looking at the wrong things. I didn't say they weren't there. But, the more we look at them, the bigger they get. The bigger they get in our minds, the more unsolvable they appear.

Time To Gird Up Your Loins!

I guarantee you, the more you think on a small problem, the bigger that sucker will get. You will be able to figure out more ways than Carter's got little liver pills for it not to work out. That tiny little molehill, in reality, will grow into a problem harder than Chinese algebra to solve.

How? Because our mind has an amazing ability to show us ten ways to one how something won't work, if it's in our best interest to work.

Have you ever wondered where that little voice inside your head got all those smart answers it feeds to you?

Probably not; most of the time we don't give any thought to where those answers came from. Why? Because they came from inside our own head. So, we think they must be accurate; even when they have no basis or substance to them at all.

After all, we know more about our own life and circumstances than anyone else, right? We know better than anyone else how to fix whatever troubles us. Right? Yeah, right. But, for some reason or another, we can't figure this one out.

Heavens To Betsy!

Well, how did all this happen? We are looking at the wrong things. We're looking at the circumstances and the problems that surround us and then they begin to grow. The bigger a problem grows, the more ways our head will prove to us it can't be solved.

Let me tell you this as plainly and clear as I can: You will NEVER find your answer by looking at what's happening in your life right now. I.e.: the problem, trouble, or whatever.

Troubles don't have answers! They only intensify the kind of emotions that stir up more trouble. I'm not saying you can't learn anything from them. You will learn more from failure than from success.

It Goes Without Saying!

If you want to get yourself out of a bad situation, you must stop looking at the "bad situation". You must stop meditating on the problem. As long as you do that, the problem will create fear in you and the fear will keep you looking at the problem. Free Reprint Articles, at:
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