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Health Tip For The Week: Using Foresight
This weeks mental health tip is from a powerful word and action called foresight. We can
use foresight to maintain a sense of balance and control over our lives. Foresight = the ability to see what
will or might happen in the future. It is not in any way a psychic ability but rather a conscious effort to focus on
the here and now and attempt to see if we can make a difference or control the circumstances as they play out. Using
the weather is the best example I can think of to help you understand the meaning of foresight. You can listen to the
weather man or read the forecast before stepping out and that will give you an idea of how to prepare as you step out for
the day. By knowing ahead (foresight) you can avoid a potential down pour from drenching you.
Driving is also a good analogy to borrow from to clearly understand how foresight works. As
you drive you can begin to think about your road trip and certain things that can happen or certain possibilities with predictable
outcomes. As you think in the present as you drive, you can use foresight to figure out what you will do if an animal
comes out in front of you or if your car catches a flat tire, or if there is traffic ahead.
There are certain things you can do in the here to help you for an upcoming event by using foresight.
By being conscious in the present about what could happen you more or less can predict the outcome. Of course no one
can ever predict or control a future outcome totally, but by thinking ahead we can take a plan of action and redirect our
plans and efforts. As the serenity prayer states, we can control what we can. We can come up with scenarios or think
to ourselves, :how will I act if or when this happens?" By controlling what we can we are not powerless or defenseless
all every circumstance with people, places or things.
foresight does one thing it prevents you from being a victim of your circumstances. The next time you're not sure
about a person, place or thing, use foresight and you may be surprised how much you can do to prevent chaos and mistakes in
the future. I always use foresight in my marriage and it works really well most of the time. I also use foresight
with my finances and spending habits and it sure does take the pinch out of spending impulsively. Try using it next
time you make plans or are thinking about a future event. Foresight can save you many headaches, and most of all from
being caught off guard from life's events. Foresight can be summed up as having a plan before you go.
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