Its normal, we all worry. But is worrying necessary or useful? In some ways although we hate the way worrying feels, we do it because we actually believe it is helpful. Worrying can be the motivation behind making better decisions for ourselves and our loved ones or it can get us to think and problem solve.
Although we may in a way think worrying is useful, its not always necessary. Worry can become a habitual way of dealing with things that can wear us down mentally, physically, spiritually and so its good to find ways to let go of our worries and tend to our needs in other ways.
Whenever I find myself worrying about things, I think to myself “what can I actually do?” Then I make a list of those things that are within my control. Then I do things to ground myself and I call on the Angel of Peace, the Angel of Trust, and the Angel of Faith to help me let go of these worries to and find peace and acceptance. Then sometimes I will talk things over with a friend or family member, journal, go for a walk, or meditate. THEN I look back over my list of things that I created at first reevaluate to see if I actually need to do all of those things. Then finally if there are still things on my list, I do them, then try again to let go of control and practice having faith.
This is all easier said than done, but with practice it does get easier each time and faith becomes stronger. Its a muscle you have to build, a trust muscle, and for it to get stronger, you’ve gotta work it!