Many of us still think that purchasing luxurious possessions, consuming a lavish diet, or living in an opulent home will bring us happiness. However, the Neshama knows these things are cheap imitations of what it truly desires. This friction creates an inner imbalance that leads to anxiety. The more you possess, the more you are likely to feel anxious (Pirkei Avos 2:7).
The cure for this is to be intentional and mindful of the possessions you choose to acquire.
To be satisfied and content with what you have.
To seek meaningful experiences and engage in acts of kindness that bring inner harmony and peace.