Anxiety is the subconscious side of fear
It wells up from deep down.
Then, after some time in the subconscious world,
it breaks into your conscious realms.
In the conscious realms,
thinking starts to form a story,
around that undetermined feeling of ‘what-do-you-feel-exactly‘.
Often stories, just stories, not based on truth,
only based on discomfort and what could be the reason thereof.
Anxiety is a poison
slowly eating your self esteem
slowly eating your energy
your passion for life.
I see that a lot of subconscious anxiety is related to my childhood.
A feeling of not living up to expectation, some kind of shame.
A feeling of not having done enough, some kind of regret.
And then I feel the stress of the unknown fear.
The fear is often unknown, the source unknown,
we don’t even realize there is fear,
we don’t realize there is anxiety.
Anxiety causes stress,
but stress does not necessarily cause anxiety!
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