How Kathryn Tristan Overcame Her Anxiety – And You Can Too!

How I believe about anything determines how I experience everything.  In other words, I can choose to modification my outlook regarding any situation. Worriers don’t embrace the idea of doing anything risky that might amplify feelings of fearfulness. The C in CORE stands for Choice. I call these CORE concepts because they draw in on inner resources, tug them back to the surface of the conscious mind and create the institution supported by an endowment for recovery. The O stands for Outlook. The R stands for Risk. As I began to take small steps out of my consolation zone, I found something amazing: The joy I felt doing new things and challenging myself far outweighed the discomfort of taking measured risks. That places me squarely in the operator of a motor vehicle’s seat of life. I learned a very powerful truth: Worry is a Choice.  
Memorize more about Tristan and her upcoming book at her website. Research scientist and author Kathryn Tristan was unable to fly or leave of absence her hometown for over 20 years. Finally, the E stands for Embracing Your Intent.  By cultivating the highest part of myself (the aspect that loves life, gives orientation through my feelings and perceives meaning beyond the five senses), I created a center of an object of self-perpetuating inner power. Although trapped in a prison of fear and be worried for more than 20 years, I found the strength to break free by choosing to create positive changes in my life and cultivating an inner sense of peace and power. Through the use of specific techniques, she’s been capable to quell them and lead a fulfilling life. But after working from the interior out, as she puts it, Tristan was able to move past her overwhelming anxiety and panic. I become the one who controls my responses and reactions. No substance what happens, I know I can handle it. I can accept or veto what my mind is suggesting.