One of the first things I’m looking for with new clients is where they’re REACTIVE in their lives vs. where they’re PROACTIVE. This is something that applies to anxiety, for sure, but we see this across the board where we want to make change, create new habits, and generally live into a higher version of ourselves.
In this episode of the podcast, I give you a few things to look for so that you can figure out how reactive you are in this moment…and then I go through four steps to help create PROACTIVATION (it’s a word) in your life.
When we are in a pattern of reacting to our emotions, anxiety and otherwise, we wind up playing whack-a-mole in response to everything that comes through our bodies. Shifting this towards being proactive opens up the possibility of creating whatever we want, rather than feeling stuck at the mercy of what life is throwing at us.
It’s the difference between playing constant defense and the ability to generate feelings, actions, and results on purpose. Basically, it’s pretty cool.
I made a worksheet for you to help you with this work. Just click here to grab your free, downloadable Commitment Worksheet. It’s a good one.
Also! I’m doing a webinar next week! I want to hang out with you on Zoom, share some of my best tools for transforming anxiety, and answer your questions in real-time.
To register for my free Freedom from Anxiety webinar, just click here. There will be a replay, in case you can’t make it live, but you have to be registered to get the replay, so don’t forget to register!
And let me hear from you! Comment below, send me an email, or connect with me on social media. I’d love to keep the conversation going with you, yes YOU, between episodes.
Here are the podcast links so you can listen in to this week’s show. See you there!
For iTunes, just click here.
If Stitcher is your thing, then click here.
And Spotify? Click here!
To find out more about Jesse Blake, who is responsible for the wonderful music on the podcast, click here. He’s got loads of great stuff and all of you yogis, meditators, and yoga teachers will find his stuff especially wonderful for your practices and classes.