All Unwanted and Non-Preferred Behaviour Is Preceded By Anxiety

All Unwanted and Non-Preferred Behaviour Is Preceded By Anxiety

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It is crucially important that we know and embrace the fact that unwanted behaviour is always a result of anxiety first. And thus, it is important to understand the definition of anxiety: 

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It is crucially important that we know and embrace the fact that unwanted behaviour is always a result of anxiety first. And thus, it is important to understand the definition of anxiety: 

“Anxiety is not feeling equipped to respond to what is in front of you.” 
~ Serge Benhayon 

Anxiety = what is felt in and expressed from the body 

Not feeling equipped = perceiving you do not have the required skills 

What is in front of you = life 

The following two formulas support the understanding of behaviour: 

Formula one

Perceive we have the required skills to respond to life 

A conducive life experience 

Lowered state of anxiety in the body 

Most likely wanted or preferred behaviours expressed from the body 

Formula two

Perceive we DO NOT yet have the required skills to respond to life 

A NON-conducive life experience 

Heightened state of anxiety in the body 

Most likely unwanted or non-preferred behaviours expressed from the body 

When a person’s body begins expressing unwanted symptoms we can then consider: 

  1. How is the person experiencing life? 
  2. What is it about this part of life they perceive they do not yet have the required skills to respond to? 

Note: 
A conducive experience for you may in fact be a non-conducive experience for someone else. 

Furthermore, we need to embrace the full definition of anxiety. Thus, in the above equations, the word ‘perceive’ is of utmost importance. We embrace that a person is in fact already fully equipped to respond to what is front of them, albeit they may perceive they are not yet equipped. Thus, we are addressing what the person perceives they are not equipped to respond to in the knowing that each person is already fully equipped to respond to all that life presents them. 

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