This Is The Only Way To Win

I battled with myself for a very long time. I still find myself sabotaging my internal efforts. Everyone goes through this, and everyone has some level of existential fear every day. Is it possible to get free of these feelings? Yes, in my opinion!

Let’s get to the point quickly. Tension arises when you have a strong desire for something. You fret over a zillion things, including:

– What if I fail?
– What if the situation is not favourable?
– What if I outgrow success and am worse off as a result?

Anxiety is brought on by these and numerous other unconscious ideas that creep into your heart. The only remedy is to give up craving and switch to resolve. Consider your objective to be the purchase of a newspaper. You visit a shop, look over the shelves with your eyes, and select the copy you want. You just make the decision to purchase the newspaper, stress-free. The same applies to anything you desire to own. Whether it’s a relationship with a knowledgeable and respectful spouse, a rewarding profession, or the house of your dreams.

What happens when mere determination and choice are used to replace desire in this manner?
You will be liberated from the inward urge to possess and the accompanying emotional conflicts. This will enable you to move forward freely and carry out your plan. You will break out of your mind and begin behaving in your best interests as soon as you leave the house to get a newspaper. You might not think that this idea actually holds true, but it does. Because it takes considerably more intention and work to carry out huge ideas than it does to purchase a newspaper. But I urge you to give it a shot. By trying this solution, you have nothing to lose.

Consider that you are single. You see your friends who are happily married and have families. You remain in suspense when you are motivated by the desire to possess their possessions. Feelings of loneliness are made worse by the desperate visions of loneliness in your thoughts. You are likely to easily miss a fascinating possible partner who briefly enters your company because you are so absorbed with your feelings of loneliness. Simply decide to meet someone pleasant instead. Open a profile on a dating app, then start corresponding with users. Attend meetings as if you were going out to select an interesting magazine. Instead of obsessively pondering if someone will like you, approach individuals with curiosity. Your resolution will ultimately come true, and while it won’t be as simple as buying a magazine, it will be worth the time and work.

The same can apply to your ideal house. You are feeling unfulfilled if you are tensing up because you are 30 years old and have little chance of ever purchasing your own home. Substitute it with a straightforward resolution, and you’ll start acting in a calm manner, which will help you progressively achieve your goal. For instance, you’ll hunt for a better job quietly and without stress. You won’t feel bad about passing up another pricey pair of jeans in order to save a little cash. These tiny sums will increase until, years later, your budget has developed into a stable base for constructing your own home. You can stop the internal struggle when you swap out your aspirations for straightforward goals and actions. You’ll approach life as a stroll rather than a race against the clock.

I love you and wish you the best!

Hi, I’m Garima and I write about life experiences. I have several books available on Amazon. Check them out today! Any purchases or KDP reads will be greatly appreciated. If you like my books, do leave a review. Here’s my author page on Amazon –


2 Comments Add yours

  1. byngnigel says:

    Will apply this principle today .thank you for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Please do.

      Liked by 2 people

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