Wednesday, February 8, 2012

How to Get Through Tough Times

*How to Get Through Tough Times*

*By John Harricharan/ Creator of **The Master Speaks<http://tz0527ho.spritp>*

Today turned out to be one of those textbook beautiful days. The sun is

shining, the breeze is blowing softly and the temperature is just right āt

the perfect day. Even with all the challenges I have to face, I still look

up at the sky and smile as the clouds chase one another across a

"picture-perfect", blue background.

But I know that all the days to come will not be as beautiful and

comfortable as this day is. Yesterday was dark and dreary, pierced with

giant streaks of lightning, which generated thunder that rattled the


Yes, I know that all the days that follow today will not be as bright as

this one, nor as dark as yesterday. Some days will be better than others.

Some will be worse. And I do not know which ones will or won't.

But this one thing I know: There will be change. There will be ups and there

will be downs. That's how life is ā€" there are good times and not so good

times. The good times will not last forever. Every now and then, there will

be rough times. But remember, even the worst times won't last either.

The trick is to enjoy the good times and make the most of them; to tolerate

the rough times and know that they won't last forever. Generally, it appears

that the good times seem to go so fast and the bad times seem to last

forever, but this is not really so. It is our experience of time that makes

it seem that way.

Five minutes in my dentist's chair may feel like an eternity, whereas sixty

minutes spent chatting with a friend may seem like just a few seconds. What

we are dealing with here is a matter of focus. Let me explain.

Whenever we encounter difficult problems, the tendency is to focus so

intensely in trying to arrive at a solution that we become all tense and

tied up in knots. When that occurs, we tend to become frustrated, fearful

and sometimes angry. The problem here is that we're trying to force a

solution instead of allowing a solution.

Anger could be expected, but prolonged anger is harmful to body, mind and

spirit. It was the great author and lecturer, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross who

said, "Natural anger lasts for only about seventeen seconds". Anything

beyond that is a reaction to circumstances or remembered situations.

Fear is one of our deadliest enemies. The fear I refer to is the type that

causes us to stay awake at night conjuring up all the terrible things that

could happen because of the unsolved problems we're facing. This kind of

fear is dangerous, self-defeating and downright useless. It shakes our very

foundations and needlessly drains us of energy.

And to be frustrated is natural. But let us not dwell on the frustration.

It's like having a flat tire while driving in a thunderstorm and getting out

of the car, becoming soaking wet and kicking the flat tire for being flat.

It does no good.

How to Deal With Problems

So you ask me, "How then do I deal with my problems?" The first most

important thing is to disconnect from the problem. By this, I don't mean

that you pretend that the problem doesn't exist. It does exist, so get all

the facts you can and then let it be. Break focus with it. This way, your

subconscious mind will work towards a solution.

When we force our minds to be totally focussed on the problem, when we do

not let it go, even for a short while, we deny the subconscious mechanism

the power it has to help resolve the crisis. We must let it go. We must take

a break from thinking about the problem.

Do whatever you can to break focus. Since all things have energy, even our

problems are energy "things". If we focus on the problem too long, we

energize it and make it stronger. By letting go and switching our focus, we

shift our energy away from the problem and are now "energizing" the


Does it matter how big the problem is? Not really. The Higher Self knows the

answer to every problem we could ever encounter. The size of the problem is

not important. What is important is how we look at the problem. Withdraw

your attention from it for a short while a number of times a day.

During those times, don't look at the facts. You've already done that. Just

look away from the facts to something pleasant, maybe listen to some good

music, watch a great movie, go for a walk, talk to a good friend, read a

good book. Just break focus with the problem for a short while.

If you do this, you will notice that the problem will appear to be less and

less formidable. And somehow, in some way, you will get the guidance to do

what's necessary to overcome the challenge. It may be that your car is being

repossessed, the house is being foreclosed, a close friend or relative or

even you yourself may be battling poor health. Doesn't matter what the

problem is, break focus, allow calm, quiet and hope to flow through your


As you practice doing this, almost magically, things will start to change;

you will feel better, more hopeful, more empowered. And you will think more

clearly. You will hear the "still small" voice within giving you the

guidance you need.

Don't take my word for it. Just try it and see for yourself. You have

nothing to lose except your problems. And you have everything to gain.

Next time I'll reveal how to use various sources of inspiration to keep on

going when it seems that the road has been too long and dark. Remember,

Morning has been all night coming, but see how surely it comes.

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See for yourself:

Edited by: Lawyer Asad

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