Aloha and thank you for reading this post and for your comment!
You are asking a very interesting question that gives me the opportunity to share what I have learnt along my journey when I was asking myself exactly that same question. First of all, bills and mortgages have to be payed, that’s for sure! Then the question is what do you trust in? what do you strongly believe could happen when you are temporally not receiving your salary? Trust is the lesson that wants to be learnt here. You probably already know that what you believe is what you perceive. If you get caught in fear and imagine the worse case scenario, you will experience it. But, if you trust that somehow you will get over the difficulties, that the universe is on your side, that you are safe, loved and taken care of, this enables you to see beyond fear by recognizing that there is nothing to fear. As Steve Pavlina says “When you trust you may be rewarded with a feeling like relief, happiness, or gratitude. Or you may fall, have to recover, and learn something anyway. Steve Jobs said: “You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever.”
This will shift you out of fear and stress. Because remember: in reality you are safe, you are loved and the universe has your back. Trust it!
Hope it is useful.