“Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives us something to do,
but it doesn’t get us very far.”

Chapter Five

Not to Worry

Worry can be a big drain on our healing energies. In fact, to be constantly worried and anxious about our problems can actually worsen the situation. We are going to create a list of reasons why there is no need to worry, and we can refer to this list whenever we need to ward off approaching states of depression. You may even want to duplicate a copy and keep it with you. This will allow you to reinforce your worry-free position whenever the need arises.

Physical health is a state of mind which I am currently materializing through belief reinforcement techniques.

Comment: I consider this to be one of the strongest anti-worry thoughts in the arsenal. Once this begins to dawn, we will indeed realize that there is nothing to worry about.

We are not subject to external influence unless we believe ourselves to be.

Comment: The influence of external factors (i.e. blindly accepting illness as part of life) belongs to an old program of beliefs. However, the program we are currently inserting understands that on both the conscious and subconscious levels, we can reject illness, and this will begin to manifest as our physical reality.

The state of health that we seek is already in existence.

Comment: Since time is stationary, all possible states of health already exist as optional storylines. Success is simply a matter of bringing the desired state of health into our three-dimensional physical reality through TALT training.

Our automatic creative mechanism will show the way.

Comment: No need to fret about how we will bring the desired end to fruition. By practicing TALT techniques, we automatically set into motion the process that will analyze the situation and provide the best course of action through our daily encounters. This day-to-day juncture is where we can choose to utilize the direction the process provides.

Apparent setbacks are correction phases which allow the process to move more expediently toward the desired goal.

Comment: Temporary setbacks allow the process additional information to analyze, correct, and assimilate in its movement toward the desired goal.

The creative process is your trusted friend.

Comment: The creative process is your closest friend; in fact, so close as to almost actually be you. In fact, it is you, making decisions in your long-range best interests from the vantage point of universal perception. All done automatically, of course.

There's no need to force the process.

Comment: This process was designed with one purpose in mind: to serve your long-range best interests. There is no need to hurry or be concerned if it is working or not. It was designed and planned to do exactly what it does best, resolve your problems, and most of the work will be done out of your sight, below the conscious level.

The creative process awaits your command.

Comment: The creative process awaits your command via TALT training to solve whichever health problems you present to be solved. The answer to these problems is already in existence – as are the answers to all problems. The process merely chooses the most appropriate approach.

I control my feelings, thoughts, and emotions. My feelings, thoughts, and emotions do not control me.

Comment: In the final analysis you are in charge of your own destiny. By practicing TALT techniques you are exercising your free will to command your own life.

These are just a few thoughts meant to ally our position before using the worksheets and to bolster us at times of uncertainty. Utilize those that relate to the problem at hand. You may even want to add other thoughts presented in this book or meaningful thoughts of your own.

Does that mean the journey is over?

Not quite.

I know you are anxious to begin your practice, but there are a few other points of interest that I’m sure will peak your curiosity. So let’s move ahead while there is still daylight.

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