#86 Relaxation Hypnosis for Stress, Anxiety & Panic Attacks - "GRATITUDE DRIP" - (Jason Newland) (1st February 2020)

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Hello, welcome to Jason newland.com. My name is Jason Newland, this is relaxation, hypnosis for stress, anxiety and panic attacks. Please only listen to this. Or watch this video when you can safely Close your eyes. I say video because I make a podcast and I also put them on YouTube as well. Please subscribe. And if you like what I do, please go to my website, leave a review. And if you'd like to support this three service, the running costs, which are quite hefty at times, because of off quite a few podcasts, website and all that stuff. If you'd like to help me with those running costs, please go to paypal.me forward slash Jason Newland, the link is on my website as well. Now I'm going to talk about what to buy the birds inside that Bertie, I've got birds in the cavities of my walls. sort of kind of where the it's kind of the loft, wall partition bit. I just started making lots of noises I was talking, I got distracted me
amalco gasps brilliant. So I'm going to talk about gratitude, gratitude, gratitude. And I'm not gonna I'm not going to be all fakie with it. So, I'm not gonna sort of I don't know, sometimes I feel that you know, for read, I've read books and stuff. And this is almost
those that preachy gratitude, almost, kind of trying to put you on a guilt trip, you should feel grateful for what you got, because there's people starving in other countries. So you should eat all that slop that I've just given you. Like, Rob Woody, if it tasted nice, beer tastes horrible. In our feet, once I said, Well, why don't you send it to them, then I got in trouble for that. I was only not only Sony 32. So it's kind of that guilt trip. You should feel grateful. And you can't force someone to feel grateful. And you can't force yourself to feel grateful is it has to be natural, organic. It can be encouraged. It can be you know kind of manifested I suppose. via the way we think positivity lifestyle. Or I'm not going to focus on any of that stuff. What I want to focus on is what are you actually grateful for? But really grateful for and I don't mean grateful as in, Oh, I can't move on so much gratitude. I'm completely engulfed in gratitude. And, I mean, I don't mean that kind of extreme gratitude and just sort of just generally what are you grateful for? Of course, if someone's just giving you one of their kidneys to save your life that's the level of gratitude that I can't even imagine you know, that's it gives me tingles, just thinking about it the idea of someone doing something like that
but it's very unlikely that the majority of people have had anything like that
you know, that kind of extreme situation. However, lots and lots of people have been helped. Whether it's by the police by the ambulance by you know, even times that we're not going to be aware of you think how many times when you was a kid, well told MSL, how many times when I was a kid that I would have got her if it wasn't for my dad. So of grabbing me and stopping me from running into the fire as I said, I didn't want cooking. I just it just kept grabbing, you know, it's it stopped me once was in the car. It was the 70s, early 80s did not have to wear seatbelts. No one was, you know, it was just it was, in fact, I wasn't sure what the seatbelt was there for. We was in a van or my dad, someone pulled out in front of the car or the van, my dad stopped. And he plays big, massive arms and stops all three of men or two brothers from going through the windscreen naked so well as his job is supposed to do that. It doesn't matter what people are supposed to do. It's what they do do, isn't it? Double disposed to do it's one of those things, you know, people say, I've been out with people in restaurants.
And this sounds good service. Or she was really friendly, or he was really friendly. And
that's what they're getting paid for. By here. Yeah, but they don't have to actually do a good job. Just because again, paid. I think the all of us have had plenty of experiences of seeing people doing a really rubbish job, you know, doing a really bad or not caring about what they're doing or given no interest in their job. And I've been in that position many times where I didn't care about my job. Luckily, I was never a surgeon. I've always, you know, so I didn't have any responsible positions. You know, if I get if I get treated well by someone with a bus driver is friendly. I feel grateful for that it's quite nice. Or someone opens a door for me or leave, you know,
leaves, it pushes the door open in the garbage so I can get in. Not that I need physical help to get into the garbage. But
it's something quite nice. And I feel grateful in that moment. But realistically, I'm not going to lay in bed. Thinking about that. I think it all and trying to get in touch with my gratitude by thinking about someone to open the door for me. I won't be put into my gret gratitude and old journal. Because it's almost insignificant. But is it is it insignificant because it kind of flips on its side about you know, the people that we've helped you turn upside down. We've helped people without realizing it.
Well,
that person you open the door for or that person may be you friendly to the restaurant, and you give them a good service. All the waiter or waitress that you're friendly to, you know, however it works, you know, whichever way direction you want to go. They might be at their last, you know, holding literally their last straw. As the old saying goes. You know, they're kind of at their wit's end, whatever expression you want to use.
And one thing maybe the thing that pushes him over the edge I'm not talking about something dramatic. But it could be something like they might be rude to their boss and get sacked, which is very dramatic financially to them.
Or they may go to the pub and drink and they might they might have an alcohol problem. And they haven't had a drink for six years. But it's just being rude to them is not as you're not responsible for what they do.
being kind to them you've had an effect because They might actually come away from that interaction feeling. The I don't know, almost regenerated, you know, slight, you know, kind of getting back back to the level that they needed to be.
The amount of times, I've heard people say, not to me, by the way, just about someone else or about the situation that you've watched was the right word. You've I don't know what these do something about you've, you've given me trust in humans, again, in human kindness, almost like they'd given up on people. And they just expected the worst out of everyone. And in somebody kind to them and helps them. And they feel rejuvenated. And they start to think differently, or think the way they used to think that people generally are kind. You know, I think the reason why we know is wise is very, since we're quiet in my country anyway, and I've not done a survey of every single person. But there is a lot of negativity in this country. And I'll be brought up in a negative country is generally quite negative, doesn't mean that everybody's negative. And even negative people aren't negative all the time. No one's anything all the time. Oh, we botches think it can be hard to get out of that, if that's how you've been raised in that society.
It's very strange things. The whole feeling grateful for stuff. Realizing the maybe you can feel grateful to yourself, if you can't feel grateful, or maybe you can't get in touch with gratitude towards other people, for whatever reason,
at this moment, and I'm not going to ask you to get into in touch with any gratitude, I'm just talking about it. It is up to you. It's like washing over the bar for having a shower eaten going to the toilet, it's up to you, is that your responsibility? You You, you know, you can do that. You can choose to have a bath where you can choose to have a shower. You can choose feel grateful now, you can choose to ponder on it, you know, after the recording finished, it's up to you. I've got no control over what you do or say or think.
However, I think it's useful to get in touch with reality.
The one thing that maybe none of us really like too much, especially at certain times. Reality is not always brilliant. But the reality is that there's very likely Well, there is something for all of us to be grateful for. Even somebody that's very, very ill, very poorly suffering and everyone's suffering in some way. At certain levels. Everybody if they if they're not suffering with bereavement now, they will do. Everybody had everyone loses somebody. Somebody some people lose people when they're young, like grandparents, parents, sisters, brothers, you know, everybody lose so everyone goes through that process. And everybody also has been helped by other people. Everybody's got something to be grateful for. I mean, you could break it down to the bare bones Can you as simple as well, I'm grateful that I can walk. I love People can't walk. I'm grateful I can talk. If I couldn't talk, I won't be able to make these recordings. Some of you listening may think of pee pee pee, you can talk, because you make these recordings, but it's fine. Why are you listening then? So there's things that we can be grateful for. Even something as simple as maybe having had a bad stomach. And then now you haven't got that anymore. You know, my, I've had a bit of an upset stomach for a couple of days. And now it's all back to normal.
And I think maybe instead of having that big, huge gushy gratitude feeling, you know, which may be is almost expected with some of these recordings or books on gratitude for instead of having an overwhelming Oh, Tingley yoga, spiritual breakthrough of gratitude, which I'm sure that's happened with people. How, you know, why not just let the tap drip, let the gratitude just drip in constantly 24 hours a day. Just let those feelings through. So someone does something nice. Perhaps notice. Let that feeling, just, Ah, that was nice. Because in that moment, someone with physical pain, they're not feeling their pain in that moment. They can argue what they like, but in that second, might only last a second or two seconds. They're outwardly focused in the feeling. I'm not to let someone open a door for them, because that might not quite do it. And some people get angry if you open the door for them. Especially if they don't want to go out. But if you've got you do something nice for somebody, then you're gonna have a feeling some kind of feeling. So even if it's even if it's an angry feeling, you know, what is your adore? For me? I'm a human being on equal to you. I don't need to be men. splined I don't need to be you know, it could be someone or it could be a man, you know, I don't need you to open a door for me, me, me, me, me. Which is fine. Okay. And in my, in my experience, both of the people involved in interaction leave with an angry feeling. Still a nice experience for Eve or don't think less of course they get off on causing distress to people. Even in that moment, they they've been distracted from their own problems. Emotional physical pain is replaced with that interaction in that moment. And they might still be talking about it. Six hours later, I can't believe this person they opened the door for me. I mean, what is digitally like I can't even open the door myself. I haven't actually had this experience but I know people that have I've seen it. It's quite kind of funny in some ways.
But also people just close the door on me. Admittedly, I didn't live in their homes, I suppose. Go away or call the police or just want to cover tea.
So that tap of gratitude can continue to drip. I quite like that idea. Just like I like the idea of there being a hole in the bucket of stress. So doesn't have to all pour out all at the same time. So having you know relieving stress, gain in relaxation increased Your feeling of gratitude doesn't have to be a big surge of energy. It can be an in some people think me included, sometimes in the past have thought it has to be there. Otherwise it's not working, got to have this big instant surge of, you know, instant feeling. And as my doctor said to me, when I said that two years ago, that the antidepressants, I want something that gives me a boost, and gets rid of the anxiety or gets rid of the stress gives me a feeling of wealth being instantly. I don't want to be taken as medication every day, for years and years. And he said, Well, you could smoke crack. I said, What? He said, Yeah, the only way you're gonna get that kind of feeling is by illegal street drugs. We don't offer that in the medical health surface, because it's not healthy for you. And then I started thinking, Oh, okay. So the idea is, it's drip, drip, drip, drip. And that's what antidepressants are,
drip, drip drip. You're not getting a whole month's worth of Prozac in one sitting. Because I'm guessing that would be extremely harmful. Obviously, it could kill you, if you took the tablets like that. But
you wouldn't get that feeling. Because there wouldn't be a feeling of well being. If you've got the feeling of a month's worth of antidepressants, you'd possibly be stuck to the ceiling. because he'd be just off out of your mind. Like high as a kite, possibly, I don't know. So that's why they're just drip, drip, drip, drip. So maybe we could have that with the this is just an idea. I mean, I offer the ideas, your unconscious mind absorbs what it wants to absorb. Consciously you think about it. And what you consciously think about affects what your unconscious mind gives you. So what you think about is what you get. And I know some people like to sort of make fun of that statement. He knows that Oh, in that case, on thinking about a million dollars. No, that's not really how it works. It's the case of more say what you think about what you get is if someone's constantly thinking about crappiness, and how rubbish their life is in their perception, and they keep thinking about all the bad things that ever happened, and they expect bad things to happen in the future. If that's this a person's mindset what is the unconscious mind going to do with that is taking it as a command. So it's almost taken as a command to, to think of more horrible stuff to have more horrible feelings. Because the unconscious mind does not understand. Logic doesn't, it doesn't know different student real in imagination doesn't know the difference. So whether you're lying on the beach, or imagine in line on the beach, to your unconscious mind says same thing. So you can feel just as relaxed, lying on your bed imagining being on the beach. That's what's so amazing about the unconscious mind. But it's also listening to you all the time. listens to what you say to yourself, listening to what I'm saying as well. So you're consciously subconsciously listening to this, your conscious mind is also listening to this. So some of it is always going to get into the unconscious mind. You know some of it maybe more than other times. But when you actually are fit when you consciously and unconsciously
agree. That's when magic happens. So when you consciously think I quite like the idea of that drip.
drip drip of gratitude. I like the idea with the hole in the bucket of stress.
So it can never get full econom get harmful. But it's there just to catch, just there to catch the stress. And it just gets released. drip drip, drip, drip. So it doesn't make a mess, doesn't disrupt your day.
It's constantly being released. When you got that drip drip drip of gratitude coming in
through little things that you love things that maybe you're grateful for throughout the day. It might be something as simple as Socratic or Netflix Oh, I'm so glad that there's that chocolate bar in the fridge because I'm gonna jump into that later. So glad it's in there. So glad I got enough milk to make some breakfast
little bits of gratitude so it's kind of separate from you know, from the whole idea is I'm never going to open the fridge see some milk in the fridge or start doing a little dance and singing because I've got milk in the fridge I'm not that grateful I'll be honest I'm not that grateful for it.
But I am mildly grateful but lots of mildly rifles add up see if you go on to you go on to the supermarket website and get a delivery and you go to the discount a discount section and everything's like under a pound wonder dollar had an if they have under dollar in America in the on the websites
but something's like 40 pence something's a 79 pence and you think everything's cheap everything's cheap all of that that all the thinking is just cheap. Little little little little little go to the cart at the end of it see how much is a huge amount of money suddenly I realize I've spent 100 pound have not spent a year so go back trying to say which biscuits Can I remove these those little numbers add up to big numbers I know this is obvious but even though it's obvious when you do is still could be a surprise Wow, how on earth did that come to that? I haven't ordered that much. So when you notice something Yeah, I feel grateful for that. Ask just acknowledge it drip as another little drip going in. Maybe to the top of your head going in. And actually feel it a bit when I talk about this. I feel it in my face my head my shoulders down my back. So a feeling of like well being Yeah, not all gushy but just want to say gosh, I mean like over exaggerated, doing handstands head turns. You know, snowboard in through the bedroom kind of up. I have a winter coat. Like Yeah, you got a winter coat. And it is good to have a coat in the winter. So you know you might be have gloves. Maybe you forgot you got them in your bag and you weigh in somewhere and you had hands again a little bit cold, we're gonna be cold. And you remember you put your gloves in the bag. Or maybe you were just looking for your bag for the mousetrap. Your bus stop or think on difficultly mousetrap with me. And then suddenly all my gloves are there. So you put your gloves on and you realize you can have a big cheese as well. And you can feel grateful you got big cheese because you know us a little bit package. And now your fingers are nice and warm and Rusty hands if you put them on properly. So you can't have this little bit of gratitude there. drip drip into the top of your head. And then you've got to think about it anymore. It's just acknowledging it. But it builds up. And I think that's part of the it's part of the whole positivity thing. Still about being fake. And that's what I used to think it was about. And that is to turn me off the idea of walking around with smile when I felt like shit, basically. And I know that I've got a recording where say, Make smile for five minutes in the mirror. That's a separate thing. But I've not, you know, is of course, you could say, well, that's fake, but it's funny. And it's an exercise. doing push ups is fake. It's not like a natural thing to do. doing sit ups should be illegal. Um, definitely, definitely don't. Don't think it's right for people to be doing sit ups. It's why don't do them. But it's not a natural thing to do, but people do. So maybe noticing gratitude, things you're grateful for is not a natural thing to do. It's definitely not a natural thing for people. There's not a natural. It's not for what I've grown up how I've grown up in this country, born in the 70s. A negative society. In some ways, not all it's not completely negative. I'm not moaning about my country is a lovely place. You know, we've got so many things to be grateful for in England. Phenomenal. Really? Yeah. How much of that? Do I actually get in touch with? How much am I actually grateful for? I look at my bookcase. I got some amazing books on hypnosis. psychotherapy. is like, yeah, is the one on my normally goes, I am prone to the negative, I'll be honest.
The first thing I think we're not not now saying it. But if someone was to come in and say, Oh, you got a good
book collection. Because apparently some people don't even read a book once they leave school. But I find a good thing about reading the book, especially in public is people leave you alone. They don't interrupt you. So that's a good reason to have a book. And so on my soul, you got a nice book collection. And I might say to them as great, but can you just fix the boiler please? That's why you're here. Now, I would never say that. And I said, I'll probably say I should have seen it. Five years ago, six years ago. I 1000s of books. Now I've only got it Oh my god. I don't know I counted on the other day for 800 no one to die is not isn't my boring recording. So I won't, I won't count them. But instead of looking on the positive like actually have have re replaced a lot of the books that I used to have. And it's really good books there. But for me for kind of what I do, and I do need more. Well, I'd like more just as an educational thing. And also I feel good when I look at them. I do I get a little buzz a little it's not even gratitude, but it probably is mixed gratitude without realizing it. What I get is I love books. And I always have since I was tiny, you know little little a little child at a first book I read was jack inori book. And I'd always put about three four. That's the first book I remember. But yeah, I said I am grateful. It doesn't come naturally. If I try and force it doesn't doesn't come at all to be fair. It's almost like go away. I'm not going to I refuse to be fake however, If I tap into reality is I'm quite lucky to have those books. I feel I do feel a bit grateful. Because before I moved in here, I think at one point I had one book left. And now I've kind of, you know, I've got a few. And I stole a lot more, but years years worth of buying books to get the get the larger stuff back to what it was. But Khan is searching for the gratitude, not forcing there, but search for it. Which means because I'm consciously searching for my unconscious mind will be searching for it is a bit like when you try and remember something, you're in a conversation with a friend, especially before Google existed. Now he could Google anything, can't we? And I've got a friend, and we purposely don't Google stuff. Because we want to try and use our memories. Which just means we spend like two hours trying to remember the most mundane fact. So I can't do that too often. But occasionally, it's, it's a good practice. You know, sometimes you'll be trying to remember something, a name of somebody, television showed us somebody was in just something and it won't come. And then you go to bed. And maybe you wake up in the morning, you remember, or maybe you wake up during the night, and you remember it. And that's because your unconscious mind is searching for it. And I think it's almost sometimes like you know, someone is yelling at you asking for the answer to something, maybe not mean necessarily, like angrily or
violently, but just like they're really pressuring you to tell me Can you do a little pescado too fast, it's happened to me a lot, I'm move a much slower pace than I think the average person possibly talk flow or walk slow, I eat slow, everything I do pretty much is slow. And my brain sort of comes to kind of comes to a halt. Because when I've got someone in my ear, everything doesn't seem to quite work very well. So maybe that's why our memory doesn't always give us what we want. Because we're pressurizing. We can't have come on memory. I want to know who that person was. That played Bobby ewins Nemesis in Dallas, or they didn't you know, but because of pressure in ourselves, maybe it doesn't come up. which could lead to stress and anxiety. So perhaps, you know, I know it's a side, a side to one talking about this. It does fit together with the anxiety and stress that maybe we put in on ourselves, because
we've given ourselves a hard time. And why would we do that? Which brings us to self acceptance. So I do wonder what what expectations Do you have of yourself that maybe you're not realistic
or at least aren't very kind to you? Putting yourself under pressure, unnecessary pressure. I mean, that could also be it could be like the opposite to feeling grateful couldn't because I personally if someone was in my ear telling me to hurry up, I would feel resentful. I wouldn't feel grateful to them, even if they were doing something for me.
Even if those saying Come on, we've got to get to the bank because I'm going to give you some money to help you out. And they say calm run, run. Don't run out I'm not a runner, I don't even walk quickly. It's not because I can't, I just don't, it's not really me. I can if I need to. But in that moment, I'm going to feel resentful towards that person, even though they're helping me, because they're putting pressure on me. So maybe our bodies and our minds, our unconscious mind feels pressure when we put pressure on ourselves, which then raises the stress levels.
So even if it's a nice thing, like a celebration, something that's normally enjoyable. To start putting pressure on ourselves, hurry up, hurry up, we've got to do this, got to do that, making it into a big deal.
Takes possibly the enjoyment out of it. And then we feel resentful that we have to do this thing, even though realistically, we don't have to do anything.
So going back to the gratitude, and I love that I do this stress bucket with a hole in it, continuously dripping out to the point where you don't even notice it. You don't notice the stress building, you don't notice it releasing, because that never really builds and it releases a small amount that's unnoticeable. is not leaving a big puddle on the floor. I suppose that's one of the benefits of walking forward in life, isn't it? Never go back. Because you know, you're gonna slip on all that. All that stress, and maybe all that crap is in that bucket. Maybe you've got lots of different buckets. one's got stress in one's got anxiety. You could call them the same thing. But there's different levels as one's resentment, one's anger. One maybe is hatred. One is regret. Maybe not one is self pity. It could be lots of different things, memory, horrible memories of things that didn't work out or just horrible. See all these buckets holding these buckets full of this stuff. So if you can carry them around with you all the time. First of all, it's if you've ever carried a bucket, I used to be a cleaner. If you spill stuff on the floor, it often goes in front of you. You know the the water overflows in front of your feet, and you're likely to get it all over your shoes, and possibly slip up and hurt yourself. So if you walked out of all these buckets, I know you'd need to be an octopus to do it. But you know, just for for the sake of the idea, because it's your imagination, isn't it? So you can have 1000 arms if you want in your imagination. And you're carrying these heavy buckets. And you might think why not I can't have a hole in them. Because they're not going to slip up and stuff. But you won't, because you'll be walking forward. Sort of buckets will be getting lighter and lighter. And then more you have is today's crap in today's stress, today's resentment, today's anger. And I'll be dripping out as you walk forward in life moving forward all the time. And it just falls on the floor behind you. If he was to turn around and walk backwards, you're going to keep slipping up and treading in that crap which is highly unpleasant. So you keep walking forward. You got holes in all those buckets
and they're constantly being released onto the floor. You're walking forward or you're traveling forward is left behind Unless you've got eyes in the back of your head, you can't walk backwards.
Not for any sort of amount of distance. Maybe a few steps, eventually bang into a wall, have tried to raise a tree for me, but eventually gonna trip up or bang into something.
So keep moving forward, we've got no choice. That is how we go. Just like we built debrief. We have to breathe. Some people think that breathing is a choice. And try holding your breath, then I'm not saying hold your breath. I'm just saying. Anyone who tries to hold the breath will learn that we have to breathe. It's an automatic process that we are not responsible for consciously. There's no choice the same way, we have to move forward. That's, that's just the way it is. We've got no choice. And it's annoying. It can be annoying. Sometimes.
It'd be lovely to go back and fix things. Every week as things are thinking, kind of maybe should have done a little bit different. But you can't.
None of us can. In some ways. I feel quite grateful that I don't have to go back and revisit that stuff. There's a lot of things I would not like to relive. And I don't have to because what I can't because it's gone.
As long as you realize it's gone. It can't be relived when she realized the fact that you're moving forward, all the time moving forward. Even in this last 47 minutes of listening to me, drone on and on and on.
You've been moving forward in time, we are time machines, all of us. And we can only go forward in time. Can't go back. And message these people seem to always want to go back over time machine.
I want to go forward. I'd like to know what's going to happen in 20 years, 50 years, 100 years, that that's something you can't read about in a book. You can hit or say science fiction, stuff like that. But you can read about the past in history books, if that's what you want to do. Or documentaries, films. I'd like to go forward in a sense I am. We all are. We're going forward the whole time. And our little time machines, which is us our bodies. We're moving forward in time, the whole time. So any feeling you've got now will change whatever the feeling is, it's gonna change. And that's quite a nice thing. It's annoying if you're you know, having not the most amazing physical sensation you've ever had in your life. You probably don't want it to ever go away but it will it will subside within so well. The most horrible physical feeling you've ever had that will also go away and subside so it kind of works both ways. Which is quite good really. I don't feel odd want to be in ecstasy 24 hours a day. That doesn't you know, I quite like the quite like reality. Sometimes, sometimes. A while like I think it's okay to feel rubbish sometimes. You know, it's okay to feel hungry. It's okay to need to go to the toilet. Okay to maybe feel lonely sometimes it's okay to have an itchy bomb, or it's okay to want to have a drink of water. It's just okay. It's feelings, isn't it? Is hoka is just being a human being alive.
I mean, from our gratitude and our point of view, you know, some people say, oh, or go an extra mile leg is so annoying. There are 1000s of 1000s of people in a world that would love to be able to have an itch in their leg
and be able to scratch it and actually feel something. Again, that's going down the road, a little bit of,
you know, forced gratitude. So I realize that, but it's also real reality. And that sometimes can be a nice little bit of a kickstart a little bit of Oh, yeah. But not too much. You know, I don't, I don't think it's healthy, for someone to be constantly told that they should feel grateful for what they've got. Because there's a lot of other people with less. Because to be bombarded with that day in and day out. is not a nice experience. And it just is in is guilt inducing, which is never useful. emotionally. See? Yeah. So what can you be grateful? Not what can you be grateful for? What are you grateful for? What little things are you grateful for? Of course, they might be a big thing. You might be listening to this. And maybe a couple of hours ago, your little boy or little girl, your niece, nephew, grandchild might have come up and garlic side, I saw you and gave you a big hug, or maybe drew a picture for you. Or gave you a cupcake today back to school. You're really worried about eating. But you know, it was nice thought it looks as if there's edible. But you felt lovely. Because they look so happy. In that moment, you were grateful for them. You're filled with gratitude, but you just might not have been aware of. So that goes at drips into the where the Lord drips, there is no gratitude to go in. So my suggestion is that we're all grateful for things we'll go gratitude doesn't have to be forced. In fact, I'd suggest not to try and do that. And
I also suggest that we've got we have gratitude quite regularly. Maybe of our even knowing you might be in a cake, Chelsea bun, or whatever your favorite cake might be. or tea cakes, or it might be a burger or maybe drinking a milkshake and you haven't had a milkshake for five years and oh, this is nice. I love milkshakes, by the way. Not so crazy about the the cardboard straws the McDonald's now give to people. But yeah, I like to taste only a fella by my own little metal straw that I can take really. I mean joking. I think I'm gonna do that. But there's a gratitude there that's naturally there. But you might not think it's gratitude might just be a physical pleasure. But you are feeling grateful for all your taste by your taste buds are grateful for the experience that you are given them. And if you're hungry, really hungry, your body is grateful for the food that you're given to your body. Or to go to the toilet, your body's grateful for you getting rid of that stuff out of your body. So it's the little things sometimes you don't necessarily consciously have to be in touch with attitude. But it might be useful to start noticing a few little bits. But possibly just knowing just knowing that you are grateful. You just maybe didn't realize it. And that gratitude drips into your mind and has a positive effect. And on the other side, distress anxiety, that bucket now has a hole in it and is just constantly drifting away and emptying
as you walk forward and move forward, which is the only direction that any of us can move
in our little time machines that we are and that is the end of this recording. So I hope saw that made sense. I'm not sure. So thank you for listening. I'll speak to you again, possibly tomorrow. And remember, to be kind to yourself. Remember to be kind to yourself, because you do deserve to be happy. Remember that. Keep that in your head. remind yourself of it. It is deserve to be happy. Lots of love. Bye

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