The Living Force
I assume that here you are talking about anxiety related to the afterlife subject. I don’t know if my approach to this is good, but it has worked so far: There's nothing you can do to avoid death, if it’s going to happen, it will happen. And instead of overthinking (and I’m telling you this as someone who overthinks a lot) and being afraid of what will happen once you’re dead, you can’t control death and it doesn’t matter how much you think or know about it: it'll just happen. And having that in mind, the best thing you can do IMO is to focus on what you can do to improve your everyday life and who you’re as a person, attain a goal or whatever, because until you die, you're still alive. And I’m not saying that you should act as if tomorrow doesn’t exist simply because you can die any moment, just have in mind what you want, work towards that but don’t forget that you have other responsibilities that also need attention, it’s about finding an equilibrium, or so I think.
I think there is one session that gives a lot to frame the questions around
Everyday life is important but without some framework to guide we may just drift along I think. I only reference past sessions as a kind of framework for my own life. How you learn your lessons is not the same for everyone.
Session 3 July 1999:
Q: (L) I don't know... you come into a body with a plan...
A: We know, you thought you were guaranteed so many "years."
Q: (L) No. You can always screw up and make the wrong choice and check out on any day...
Q: (A) I was going to ask a question about this mission, because the time is passing, and, as far as I see...
A: Time does not pass, as such.
Q: (A) Days are passing. Days on the calendar, and we are not accomplishing...
A: Nonsense!!!!! You have made enormous accomplishments, so far.
I find encouragement in such comments as the above but maybe others find it less encouraging.