We live in an anxious world. It is commonly accepted to talk about our worries with others without feeling shamed yet at the same time the busier our lives become the more we feel anxiety. We often call this experience “being stressed out”. We typically “feel” the anxiety in our body through sensations like heightened alertness, muscle tension, increased heart rate and blood pressure, chest tightness, gastrointestinal churning, and sweating. It really is not a pleasant experience.