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527: Looking deeper at underlying causes of anxiety: rumination vs inner conflict

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This week on the Anxiety Slayer Podcast, we're responding to a message from a listener and exploring how anxiety can manifest differently for different mind types.

“Last night I realized something important. The increased anxiety I’ve felt over a lifetime is a symptom of unresolved conflicts. Can you record an episode to elaborate on the difference between ruminating anxiety vs inner conflict creating anxiety?”

 

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Points covered in this week’s episode:

  • Ruminating anxiety vs inner conflict creating anxiety

  • Looking more deeply into our anxiety and mind type

  • How to explore our personal internal dialogue

  • Unearthing clues to our mind type

  • How different mind types experience anxiety

  • The practices that can help us regain balance and peace of mind


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For a deeper dive into this conversation we invite you to join us on our Patreon where we are sharing more about mind and body types, how they drive anxiety, and how you can make changes with your awareness, diet and lifestyle, to feel more at peace.

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