Picture yourself driving in a car on a long stretch of desert road. The landscape is flat but along the road are telephone poles are far as the eye can see. The one in the distance are barely visible but as you drive along, they loom high above the car as you pass them. Then they begin to melt into the distance until they finally disappear.  The poles are all the same size but our perspective changes.   

This normal concept, of letting go is difficult for so many people including those with panic attacks and or anxiety disorder.  

To be an over comer you will have to let things go.  The attack is over it goes but for many it remains I their main topic of conversation.   They say you become what you talk about.  Here is a good article about the Power of Words. This all goes back to taking a positive approach, stop speaking negatively.   Surround yourself with all things that are uplifting.

Yeh I know how hard this can be mostly because negative words become habitual. Therefore, we have said before and will continue to say. Speak how you want to feel. Not about what you are experiencing. When my heart starts to flutter, I may say this will soon pass my heart functions perfectly. I do this as I take a deep breath relax my face shoulders and breath deep. I may also start talking about anything I enjoy. I will engage someone in conversation, or I will do a task that takes concentration.  The whole thing lasts less than a minute.  I am fine my heart is fine, and I thank Jesus for making it go away.

Let’s end on a high note.  

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Published by: Your Path to Freedom

This blog is all about attacking panic attack and anxiety with a positive mindset. Not long ago a good friend disclosed he had been a victim of panic attack for 10 years. I never would have guessed! Isn't that what you would want for yourself? Through trial and error he found what worked for him and we want to share his path to freedom with you.