Marcus Aurelius – How To Stop Worrying (Stoicism)

Marcus Aurelius – How To Stop Worrying (Stoicism)

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Marcus Aurelius – How To Stop Worrying (Stoicism)

In this video we will be using some of the Stoic wisdom of Marcus Aurelius as motivation to help keep you from worrying and stressing too much about the ongoing pandemic as well as all the other things that we tend to worry about in our everyday, modern lives. During his rule, Aurelius found the time to construct a series of autobiographical writings, now known as the Meditations. In these writings, Marcus Aurelius offered a number of key insights on how to stop worrying.

So here are 5 important insights we could use to stop worrying from the writings of Marcus Aurelius –
01. Everything is just history repeating
02. Ignore the noise
03. Practice mindfulness
04. Serve yourself
05. Serve others

I hope you enjoyed watching the video and hope that these insights will keep you from worrying.

Even though Marcus Aurelius wrote it 2,000 years ago — his insights on Stoicism still carry strong weight today. Stoicism is a school of Hellenistic philosophy founded by Zeno of Citium in Athens in the early 3rd century BC. Even though it is over 2000 years old, more and more people are discovering how Stoicism is not only relevant to modern times, but can be applied in very simple, yet strong ways.

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