Posts Tagged ‘worry’
Sadly, we tend to overlook the very real, physical signs our bodies give us, to let us know that the stress is all too much. If you’re experiencing one or more of these symptoms, it might be time to take a look at how to reduce stress levels and get your total health on track.
Pain in our bodies is probably the most obvious sign something is wrong, yet it tends to get ignored until it’s almost too late. Aches and pains, stomach issues, muscle tension, and heart palpitations are among the most common. Also, when we’re under stress, our sleep may suffer. Sleep is crucial to a person’s well-being, and if we’re not getting enough sleep (or too much) the entire body suffers as a result. Read the rest of this entry »
Your energy is best spent this week focusing on rejuvenating yourself. For as you rediscover those things in your life that brought passion and joy, you will begin experiencing life as it were meant to be. Free of worry, fear and delusions that sabotage your best efforts.
Think about rebirth for a moment and all that it implies: wonder, curiosity, fresh starts, clean slate, innocence, freedom and so much more. Your life may have been riddled with unfortunate events, or experiences that have been less than desirable for you (on our end we see only opportunities for growth, but we shall not quibble with you here) but it is time now to dust yourself off. Read the rest of this entry »
Stress confronts us around every corner. Sometimes it’s all we can do to just to get through each day. How we deal with stress says a lot about us, and there are many proactive, healthy ways to do this.
The Serenity Prayer states, “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” That is a wise prayer! Stress is unavoidable, so don’t pretend it doesn’t exist. Acknowledging that it is there and having tools to fight stress is half the battle. Using multiple tools such as meditations, problem solving strategies, and time management can be much more helpful than only having one ‘go-to’ strategy. Read the rest of this entry »
Spirit is everywhere and our Guides are supporting us as we meander through this path we call life. Learn more as one of my Guides elaborates on trust:
“Although we are omnipresent, we do not intervene in your day-to-day life. You are on your own special journey and we must not interfere. We are available, however, to guide, guard and protect you when you need us most.
Remember, though, that you have chosen the people, places and events that you wish to experience while on the earth plane. We watch with interest as you navigate the twists and turns that you have orchestrated. Read the rest of this entry »
The fear of missing out, or FOMO, can cause a constant obsession with anything, and everything – whether it’s work, the news, or social media. And it can burn us out – physically, mentally and emotionally. It can actually compromise our adrenals, stress us out, scatter us mentally, and emotionally cause sadness, or even depression. We were not designed to live this way.
If we don’t unplug, take timeouts during our day, have an entire day of restoring ourselves, or actually take a vacation to unplug, we lose perspective of the great mystery that is life. We also sacrifice our freedom.
The most important spiritual benefit of taking time out is that our intuition becomes sharper. We don’t miss out on the messages our Guides, Angels, our Loved Ones on the other side, and the Divine may have for us. Yes, we have asked for their help, but for them it’s like t getting a busy signal on a phone line. They can’t get their message through to us. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you ever have a feeling that maybe you shouldn’t go somewhere, or you shouldn’t do something? Your inner voice is there to protect and guide you, so always pay attention. You will benefit from this always, so trust your gut.
Do you feel disconnected from your intuition? If you want to get in touch with your intuitive side, find a quiet place in your bedroom, or even your bathroom or closet, and meditate. Become mindful of your inner voice. What is it saying? This is also a great stress reliever!
Just be by yourself and release all the stress and problems of your daily life. Nothing drowns out your inner voice more than stress and worry. The world we live in these days can be very difficult place. Take more time for yourself. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you live with regret? Do you often find yourself lingering in the past? Whenever you have some free time, do you find yourself thinking of all the wrongs people have done to you, or how you let yourself down? Let me tell you, it’s time to let go and stop dwelling on past hurts.
Living in the past is such a waste of time and energy, because you cannot change the past. Instead start thinking of your future. Set some new goals. Take whatever happened in the past, learn from it and move on to better things. Read the rest of this entry »
I don’t even know where to start. I’ve copied a few passages from my diary, it’s the only way to tell you how I have been treating myself, and I am ashamed. I could use some insight as to where to go from here. Here is what I wrote.
“Every day, I push back the emotions that hit me like waves from a stormy sea. I talk myself down and sooth my troubled soul. I have done something I swore I would never do – I put myself on the back burner.
On hold. I wait.