The solution to a problem is not in its solving
I have been contemplating this notion for quite sometime and just a moment ago it occurred to me, that the way to transcend a problem is not actually done but the process of solving it.
I have found that the more interested I become in the specifics of a problem and the more energy and effort I put into solving it, the longer it takes to overcome. Then, when I realize that the problem is no longer present, when it is no longer an issue, I discover that it came about not by the process of trying to solve it but by getting distracted out of the obsession of dealing with it and trying to find its solution.
This of course ties in directly with the concept that what you give energy to, is what you give life to. If you focus on a problem then you will have a problem to solve for as long as you remain focused in that direction, because that is the frequency you are operating on.
This law shall we say, is a completely practical and functional formula that works without fail, all the time and under all circumstances and conditions. It works not by denial of a problem but from the complete removal of all attention to it.
One great example of understanding this concept was displayed in the wise words of Mother Theresa who once proclaimed something along the lines of;
“If I am asked to join an anti-war protest then I will not come but invite me to a rally for peace and I’ll be there”