Emotional Self Maintenance & Vitality

A positive attitude is so important because it boosts our immune systems and our ability to fight illness.

Some of the best studies from Harvard indicate that the more negative we are the more we are prone to illness. With compassion we realise that it is much tougher for some than others. We become overwhelmed with stress and anxiety which inhibits our capacity to cope or engage in self care.

The Good News Is With A Bit Of Guidance You Can Change Your Thinking!

The following simple suggestions will make It easier for you to reconnect with your Inner strength and security.
Your thoughts affect your body ~ The mind Is a powerful thing!

The following self help exercises are great in helping you to reduce your stress and anxiety and you can use just once a day for a minute! Then you can start to gradually increase the time up to a level that’s comfortable for you.

You are cultivating a lifestyle of stress reduction that helps regulate your body in moments of distress and changes the way we connect with ourselves, our thoughts and others.

Mind Medicine self help Suggestions

Please Spread these compassionate anxiety and stress reducing tools for self-healing as widely as possible.

Heart- Focused Breathing to Reduce Anxiety.

As you are breathing, imagine your breath passing in and out through your heart, along with your favourite colour of relaxation, as you breathe in the attitude of courage and strength to do what you have to do.

Mindfulness exercise: “Mindfulness exercise, is about learning how to come down from high levels of anxiety, steadying the mind, grounding yourself into the reality of the experience of this moment, and then choosing to redirect your attention onto what is most important.”

“Mindfulness exercise, is about learning how to come down from high levels of anxiety, steadying the mind, grounding yourself into the reality of the experience of this moment, and then choosing to redirect your attention onto what is most important.”

Stop
Take a breath ( steady the mind )
Observe ( the thoughts, your physical body, and name your emotion, so you can tame it! )
Proceed with what’s most important for you right now.
 

Tip of your Nose – Stress Reduction

Bringing all your attention to the sensations of the breath at the tip of your nose.
Pay attention to just the slight warmth or coolness at the tip of your nose with each breath.
You’re following something very subtle, very refined, and as such, the mind becomes good at watching very subtle changes in the heart, in the body and in the mind and the beneficial emotional changes happening resulting in stress reduction.

GOE   CHPA   NGH USA