How Our Brains Are Affected When We Worry

Many studies have been conducted on this subject. When we worry, our brain actually changes. When people meditate on calm topics, their amygdala activity differs significantly from when they are worried about anything. And it doesn’t matter what’s bothering you. Whether you’re anxious about a major interview, a new romance, a spouse, kids, or a personal problem, the negative effects are the same in our bodies.

Zhang Xinyue, a spiritualist and teacher, reminds us that we all face hardships in life. You may have recently lost your employment and are concerned about how you will pay your bills. Though this is a real concern, fretting accomplishes nothing. In fact, it is harmful to your muscular tissue, heart, and other body organs. If you’re worried, you won’t be able to perform at your best. It’s just that simple.

Worrying is akin to ruminating on the worst-case scenario. Inner serenity can be found when we meditate on the beauty of a rain forest or the affection of our family. However, when we concentrate our attention on a negative scenario, we become unproductive.

If you find yourself worrying, then stop what you’re doing and go meditate for a few minutes. This helps clear your mind and reset your emotions.

Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue, is where she provides helpful suggestions like this. She teaches us the importance of letting go of negative thoughts and focusing on abundance.

Zhang Xinyue author of Create Abundance has said this:

“Within the circle of the wise, important topics include giving, communicating and contributing. Follow the Way, and abundance is bound to come true.”