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Lions Roar : May 2016
ADVICE FOR DIFFICULT TIMES $TRE$$ED! SUSAN PIVER on how not to let money worries get the best of you. Question: Like many people, I worry about money a lot. Things are tight in our family, and I’m always anxious about our finances. I know worrying doesn’t do any good, but I can’t stop. What do I do? Answer: Money worries have a special kick to the gut. Our limbic system goes on high alert, sometimes to the point of panic. When it comes to panic, trying to squash it with your intellect by forcing your attention elsewhere simply does not work. At the same time, we cannot give panic free rein to overwhelm us. What are the other options? I suggest feeling it. Feeling something is different than thinking about it. Our work here begins with separating feeling from thinking. The next time financial worries arise, you could try this: Immediately let go of whatever thoughts accompany this agitation, such as “We will be homeless” or “Everyone YEVGENIANAYBERG ” Ushta Arayan, Class of 2016 I hope to incorporate ayurvedic wisdom into my future naturopathic practice. “ Incorporate ayurvedic wisdom in your health career with the first accredited Master of Science in Ayurvedic Sciences in the U.S. Learn more: Bastyr.edu/Ayurveda • 855-4-BASTYR • Seattle LION’S ROAR | MAY 2016 24 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE