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10 Minute Nourishing Breath Meditation

10 Minute Nourishing Breath Meditation Mindful respiratory regularly serves as the inspiration for meditation practices because your breath is usually with you, anywhere you are, and it is able to be used as an anchor to the present moment. In essence, all that’s involved is clearly being aware when you breathe in and out. There is no want to analyze, count, visu­alize, or manage the breath in any way. Just breathe normally and certainly and be aware of breathing in and out. There are a few methods you may use to conserve your breath. You may be mindful of your…

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Stop Punishing Yourself for Past Mistakes

The most worrying thing for me is to hear someone tell me, “Just stop it!”  It is clearly indicated that stop punishing yourself for past mistakes. When you’re anxious, and a person tells you, “Stop worrying, it will all be fine…” these words only add gas to the fire and make you angry. At least that is genuine for me. It reminds me of a funny video I watched about a “unique” therapeutic approach, when a therapist just tells a patient, after listening to their troubles with deep emotional issues, “STOP IT!” But I can’t just stop all it, this…

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When You Start Thinking That You Are Not Good Enough

When You Start Thinking That You Are Not Good Enough The most worrying thing for me is to hear someone tell me, “Just stop it!”  When you’re anxious, and a person tells you, “Stop worrying, it will all be fine…” these words only add gas to the fire and make you angry. At least that is genuine for me. When you start thinking that you are not good enough, what ar you doing that time? It reminds me of a funny video I watched about a “unique” therapeutic approach, when a therapist just tells a patient, after listening to their…

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How to Reclaim Your Peace and Joy

  How to Reclaim Your Peace and Joy We’re going to do a visualization exercise initially. Set a timer for one minute, near your eyes, and reflect your happiest childhood reminiscences… I was born into a circle of relatives of wanderers, folks who held a deeply rooted love of travel, and a good, more profound experience of adventure. My happiest childhood reminiscences are the instances whilst we packed up our suitcases and hit the road (or the sky or the sea). In the quiet stillness of my thoughts, I drift away to a Hawaiian beach. Suddenly,…

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4 Simple Habits That Soothe Your Anxious Mind

There is a bunch of noise and overwhelm these days. It’s almost impossible to now not experience crippling tension on a normal basis. There are some simple habits that soothe your anxious mind. With a march of commitments, responsibilities, appointments, and obligations that never appear to end, we’re a nation of chronically confused and overwhelmed. We frequently spend our lives in a rush, running on autopilot, completing mission after mission till we subsequently collapse into bed entirely exhausted. Amidst the noise and needs, our minds are scattered, in a perpetual nation of thinking, planning, regretting, and stressful. Hence the tension—a…

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7 Things For Your Soul

Sometimes when you’re in darkness, you suspect you’ve been buried; however, you’ve virtually been planted.  When it’s hard to be true to yourself, remember 7 things for your soul. The phrase “personal growth” has usually felt counterintuitive to me. Personal increase feels much less like increase and more like stripping away—of peeling returned the expectancies, fears, and shame that we’ve been conditioned with since birth. Beneath these layers lies our genuine nature—our inner divinity—our most aligned selves. I view my work on this Earth as getting as near that aligned self as I can. Despite the barrage of nice affirmations…

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Your Emotions Will Save You

There’s a lot of talk in recent times, “incredibly touchy human beings” and “empaths.” It can be hard for folks who don’t relate to these labels to understand, or even consider what more sensitive folks experience. As a culture, we’re just beginning to understand what sensitivity is and how to manipulate our energy. Your emotions will save you. What Sensitivity Actually Is It’s smooth to get stuck up in cultural biases and stigmas regarding persona traits, and sensitivity has usually been part of that. This is why I trust it’s vital to outline sensitivity inside the most objective way feasible….

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When You’re Tired of Trying

When You’re Tired of Trying The antidote to exhaustion isn’t resting. It’s wholeheartedness. Crouched down in a clump of leaves in the woods, I saw a woodpecker. Persistent, unbothered, down a tree next to me. It is methodically tapping its beak bit-by using-bit seeking out something to eat. I watch and wonder… Aren’t you bored with this relentless pursuit? Tired of crushing your face again and again with the odds stacked against you? How fleeting disappointment must be for you? Not me. I take one bump, and the frustration reels through me. I desperately seek ease, my eyes usually halfway…

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Changes That Reduced My Phone Induced Anxiety

Changes That Reduced My Phone Induced Anxiety Simple living doesn’t remedy all my problems, and it simply eliminates distractions. At instances, it felt like my cellphone was my only entry to the outside world. A region to connect in the center of the night time. The way to stay in touch with friends and family on the alternative facet of the globe. It was a lifeline. Until it wasn’t. Improved sleep, reduced strain, and a mindful relationship with generation—they have been excessive on my wellness “have to have achieved through now” list. I’m not certain which was bothering me more,…

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