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 I worry about a lot of things. I worry about things that merit concern, like what’s going to happen post inauguration, and absolute nonsense like whether or not I’m going to lose my teeth one day. After doing a little research I discovered that we worry because we’re tricking ourselves into feeling productive (on a neurological level) and causing serious physical and emotional harm in the process.
So here are four anti-worry rituals that have been working well to help curb this habit:
  1. Remember what you’re grateful for. Not just when prompted in class or by a holiday, but every single day. (I put a little reminder beside my bed so that this is the last thing I think of before going to sleep.)
  2. Engage in a tapas (heat-building) practice. A vigorous sequence can help break thought patterns by using your body to affect change on your mind and mood.
  3. Practice sama vritti breathing to calm your nervous system. (Try using a 4 count for inhalation, retention and exhalation.)
  4. Journal. Write down whatever’s running on loop in your head, make a pros and cons list for tough decisions, or simply capture what you'd like to accomplish in the coming days.
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