Have you ever had that time in your life where nothing was going right? Like you were drowning. Yep I was there at one time too. It seemed like the world and everything in it was coming at me at one time. It was just ugly, I had to sit down and have a strong conversation with myself and create some serious change. Things were chaotic and I had to get back into my calm state of mind. I found ways and I want to help you do the same.
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There are seven things you can do that will help you go from chaos to calm.
- Breathe – Yes, it is that easy. Check your breath. Are you breathing short or are you giving your breath everything it needs to keep you calm? Take a deep breath hold it for four seconds, and exhale for four seconds. Repeat. Get more breathing exercises here.
- Write – Get a journal and write it out. Start with what is not working and how it makes you feel. Then take each item create a bullet point and think of three action steps that you can do to fix it.
- Exercise – This is a great way to calm down and shift your brain.
- Meditate – Create a daily habit of meditation. This keeps you calm, clear and centered. To get started get some tips here.
- Go outside – Nature is a wonderful way to heal and get aligned with yourself. Enjoy some time in the park, you can walk, write or meditate.
- Do something different – Get out there and do something outside of your regularly scheduled program. Shift your mind and experience new things.
- Reflect – Take time out for yourself and indulge in some self-care and reflection. This is important for your mind, body, and soul. During your reflection time, think on your current situation, why you are stressed, how you got in the situations, and how you are going to get out of it.
You have what it takes to create a life of calm and happiness.
Need more tips? Grab my book “Be Calm:31 Mindful Affirmations and Reflections for Living a Peaceful Life.” You can get daily affirmations, reflections, quotes, action steps, and writing tips.