“When anxiety arises, before fear completely takes over, reach inward. Everything you need is there, in stillness, waiting for you to ask. Seek for help from within. Dissolve your problems, heal your relationships, begin everything from the inside out.” -Amy Larson, amyjalapeno.com
I am only realizing that this behavior comes naturally to the introvert and is difficult for the extrovert. Both are essential to success. One seems part of our natural wiring and the other must be cultivated and learned without abusing the wiring.
Agreed. I’m natural extrovert. It’s been a long haul and a continual effort to maintain that fine balance.
But I think it might also be difficult for the introvert. Because what I am referring to is inner silence. And I have witnessed some introverts go completely into their head, diving into layers and layers of thinking and “processing” and that most certainly is not inner silence or what I am talking about here.
Thanks, btw, for commenting. I very much appreciate it.