Trying Too Hard: The T.T.H Disease & The Cure

19 Sep

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Trying too hard is a disease. I call this the T.T.H disease. T.T.H stands simply for “Trying To Hard.” It’s a system that many people follow because in this ego based society we are always trying too hard to please everyone. When you try too hard you are given more and more challenges in life, that you unknowingly created. T.T.H is a disease that plagues a lot of people. Like any other disease, it can spread rapidly depending on the company you decide to keep. If you hang around with enough people that have this disease, if you aren’t consious of what is happening, you can begin to agree that this is a disease you also have. The hard part for most people is to let go of the T.T.H disease, once they are infected with it.

“He enjoys true leisure who has time to improve his soul’s estate.”
-Henry David Thoreau

I believe that The T.T.H disease originated a very long time ago. I think that it started because someone back in history was so scared of the future that decided to past these thoughts of lack and scarcity to others. People followed suit because like courage, fear is also a strong human emotion. The T.T.H disease is something that you will experience in your life, but realize when it comes and how to work around this disease, and how to avoid it. This disease does have a cure, and it all begins and ends with your mindset. What are you putting your focus on? What are you trying to prove to others? Sit back relax. Go with the flow of life, or get swept away in a typhoon, of highly unconscious individuals that are trying hard for working for causes that lead to destruction.

“This art of resting the mind and the power of dismissing from it all care and worry is probably one of the secrets of energy in our great men.”
-Captain J. A. Hadfield



This current economy is collapsing and people are beginning to see that the old ways of doing things aren’t working like they used to. People are loosing jobs and loosing homes at record highs. The current economy is a real life example of what we need more of in this society.
I urge you to get creative. Take a new route, use your creative abilities to shine your inner light to the world. By taping into this creative energy deep within you, you will escape the T.T.H Disease. Think of the T.T.H Disease as the ideology that mainstream society wants from you. The only way to combat against it is to make society fit into what you want for you, and from that place you can offer much to the rest of the world.

“The Current Collapse in the U.S Economy Presents Tremendous Opportunity for Those That Are Prepared.”



Begin now to focus on your inner creative child. This inner creative child has more potential than you probably are willing to admit at this moment, but realize that the new energy that is coming into this planet will abundantly support those that are operating from their creative child. Your inner child is the cure to the T.T.H Disease. Your inner child has wisdom that will take you to greater heights if you choose to let it in. It wants to play, it wants to create. As you begin to allow your inner child to speak louder to you than the wants of mainstream society, you will be entering a space that allows you to go with the flow of life, v.s against it. I am convinced that when you are feeling really good, and enthusastic about any current project you are working on, events, people and things are moving along in a very nice pace, this is physical evidence that you are following your inner creative child. Listening to that inner Child is the 1st cure to the T.T.H disease.

“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
-Pablo Picasso

What I have noticed is that a lot of this disease comes from actively trying desperately to seek approval from others. I know it’s easier said than done, but when you really start basing your life from what you expect for yourself, and not the way that others want or expect from you, you will realize that seeking approval is actually pointless and serves no purpose. Think of it, the only real approval you’ll ever need is what you think of yourself, because if your fine with you, everything else flows naturally. When you are flowing naturally, not seeking approval from others, the T.T.H disease weakens as your spirit gets stronger. the T.T.H disease. When you are right with yourself, your outer world is right.
When you are approaching life proving nothing, you gain everything.

“People who want the most approval get the least and people who need approval the least get the most.”
Dr. Wayne Dyer

I’m not saying don’t work hard. I won’t deny that hard work is essential for any worthwhile achievement. What I am saying is focus on your passions more. Focus on the good that comes out of you begin that creative child that brings light to the world. As you focus on your passions work becomes play. This is the secret that most people don’t tell you, because they more than likely have been unconsciously affected by the T.T.H disease. Also don’t place your focus on “who” or “wha”t gave the disease to you. Just work on getting better. When you have the flu, do you fret and focus on pointing blame on “who” passed the flu onto you? No. you focus on healing yourself first. The pain of having a flu is so much, that any fresh breath or signs of healing will feel better. Focus on doing good for you, and as you focus on doing good for you, the T.T.H disease will gradually disappear. Soon enough you will be surrounded with like minded individuals that are free from this disease, and consciously choose to live at a more positive, and higher dimension. Give to yourself more and breathe clean air (metaphorically). What you focus on expands.

“To love what you do and feel that it matters how could anything be more fun?”
-Katharine Graham

With Gratitude,


One Response to “Trying Too Hard: The T.T.H Disease & The Cure”

  1. Kimbundance September 19, 2009 at 9:34 pm #

    Nice site!, simple and to the point. Great post you’ve got going on here. TH. Here’s a link to the pictures you requested…

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