Wednesday

Symptoms of Trying too Hard

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One of the spiritual principles that has proven itself to me repeatedly is this one: "Trying too hard is un-attractive (does not attract) and pushes away from us the very things we want."

I have never had anyone disagree with this spiritual principle although not everyone has fully understood it. Today I will elaborate on it a little bit by giving you the symptoms of " trying too hard" including physical symptoms.

When you try too hard, people misunderstand you.
When you try too hard, people are offended by what you say.
When you try too hard, it makes you feel ineffective and powerless.
When you try too hard, you experience insecurity and doubt.

When you try too hard, what you say often sounds like a crock of crap to others even if what you say is the truth and nothing but the truth.

When you try too hard, people don't want to spend time with you.
When you try too hard, you feel cut off from your higher power.
When you try too hard, you fail more often than you succeed.
When you try too hard, you feel flawed or defective in some way.
When you try too hard, you feel the need to control every little thing.

Trying too hard produces all kinds of unpleasant experiences in people lives while relaxing works miracles in people's lives.

The physical symptoms of trying too hard are:

Constipation
Headaches
Tension in shoulders
knots in the stomach
panic attacks
heart palpitations
Sleep restlessness


To make "trying too hard " dissolve from your life, you have to notice the areas in your life where you do try too hard.

Are you trying too hard to make your relationship work?
Are you trying too hard to find someone to love you?
Are you trying too hard to get ahead in your job or career?
Are you trying too hard to make money in abundance?
Are you trying too hard to achieve fully restored health?
Are you trying too hard to "let go" of something from your past?
Are you trying too hard to understand something?

Once you notice the areas in your life where you are trying too hard, relax and only do those things that make you feel good about yourself. As you allow "trying to hard" to melt away from your life, the things you were trying to accomplish the hard way begin to get accomplished naturally, with no unnecessary effort or struggle on your part required.

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