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Anxiety is an all too present state for many of us today. An estimated 40 million adults in the United States suffer from some form of anxiety. With so many medications and treatments available it is a wonder the numbers continue to rise. 

Anxiety seems to be a "normal" part of the world we are living in. 

The truth is our society is ridden with fear, doubt, suffering, and mistrust. Many of us are told as children that our dreams are not possible. "I want to be an artist". "I want to be a ballerina".  "I want to be a rock star". And then we hear, "you can't do that". "It's not practical". "You have very little chance of succeeding, don't even bother". Sometimes the messages are subtle. Sometimes they are more direct. 

"Who do you think you are to think your dreams are possible". This is the message most of us received as children and carry with us to this day. 

Many of us do not know where our anxi…