‘’Worrying is like praying for something you don’t want’’

When we stop worrying about unimportant matters, we can devote so much more of ourselves to what is truly important.


We experience numerous disappointments each and every day. Our expectations go unmet, our plans are blocked by circumstance, our wishes go unfulfilled, and we discover that our lives are subject to a myriad of forces beyond our conscious control. In some cases, our response is powerful because we must invest ourselves, and our resources to overcome genuine hardship. In others, our reactions are far more passionate than our circumstances likely warrant. The tension that permeates our bodies and minds when we are late for an event, interrupted at work, or sitting in traffic is not inappropriate, but it can interfere with our well-being in profound ways. When we stop worrying about relatively unimportant matters, we can be at peace and devote so much more of ourselves to what is truly important. 

The small frustrations and irritations wield such power over us because they rob us of the illusion of control. But every problem is a potential teacher–a confusing situation is an opportunity to practice mindfulness, and difficult people provide us with opportunities to display compassion. There is a natural human tendency to invest copious amounts of emotional energy in minor dilemmas and frustrations in order to avoid confronting those more complex issues that are largely outside the realm of our control. The intensity of our response provides us with a temporary sense of personal power that helps us cope with challenges that might otherwise overwhelm us. But it is only when we let the little stuff go that we discover that the big stuff is not really so devastating after all. 

In the stress of a singularly tense incident, differentiating between an inconsequential annoyance and a legitimate challenge can seem a monumental task. Ask yourself whether the emotions you are feeling will be as vivid in a year, a day, or even an hour. As focused as you are on this moment in time, your reward for letting go of your emotional investment may be the very happiness and harmony of being whose loss you are lamenting. Needless aggravation is seldom worth the cost it exacts. You cannot distance yourself from life’s inconsistencies, irritations, and upheavals, but you can relinquish your desire for perfect order and gain peace of mind in the process.  But can we truly control stress, worry and frustrations?

The answer is yes… We have Zenpower

The Zenpower app program is able to minimize or fully suppress stressors and anxiety based behaviours simply and in less than 5 minutes, chemical-free, and with no side effects. It is simple and it works. Zero side effects. What do you have to lose by trying Zenpower? We can enable you to quickly make space for those ‘Now’ times you need.

Zenpower is…

  • Fast. We are time poor in business and often in life and our program takes less than 5 minutes to complete
  • Simple. When people are stressed you do not want to give them something complex or complicated to do to control it. Our program is simple; you just mirror the process on the App and enter the results as you move through it.
  • Proven. People will often only engage in something if it works. All of our studies over the years have shown we get a ‘minimum’ average of a 70% reduction in stress in less than 5 minutes.

Zenpower App is like having a therapist in your pocket, it is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. It is low cost at less than 10p per day to have full access to the main program and also to a range of support mp3s, which you can listen to and use when you have more time later, to maintain a stress-free state.

By using these techniques we can change you from a worrier to a ‘Warrior’

What have you to lose by trying?