Mindfulness – Hanging Onto The Old Times is a static, and comforting desire. Life continues …
In case you missed it from my previous article, the breath is inseparable from the nervous system and, therefore your mood. There is no easier way to change your mood than to use the breath right then and there. Now, I know that after you read the simple breath exercise I give you to follow, you might discount it and think, “there’s no freaking way this is gonna help that easily!” I’m here to tell you that if you feel that way, it most likely won’t. You can’t be a Negative Nancy about things and then complain that they didn’t work.
It is easy to think of staying hydrated as exclusively limited to drinking water. When we drink water, we actually are using electrolytes to stay hydrated.
Being a natural empath, these emotions/energies I’m experiencing can actually not even be my own, but someone else’s, or even the collective! Because this year has been hard on all of us, I feel the convergence of everyone’s anxiety, sorrow and grief quite often. It has required that I sleep more so that I can process these emotions and energies. It has also shown me that I need to take even better care of myself and be more diligent in following my own joyful life blueprint and practice more earnestly what I preach. It has also shown me that these tools I teach are very powerful and effective when used regularly.
Most women want simple but clear things, they just might not be able to communicate to you what they are. This list is meant to be a small insight into the female brain.
I grew up in a home where I didn’t feel safe to express my emotions.
As the oldest of 5 children, it also became a role I took on to help everyone else manage their own emotions too. Consequently I grew up learning to numb, deny, manage or stuff my emotions and attempted to “help” do the same for everyone around me!
Emotion! “Control your emotions,” they said, how are you supposed to do that? Is that …