Hello wonderful you, hope all is well and you’re great!!!
Today I want to share with you my, go-to, stress buster method.
My number one priority is keeping myself healthy, nourishing my body, mind and soul with love, joy, and living stress free. This is my responsibility and my commitment to myself, and as hard as I try to live stress free, it creeps in, because life happens, and as you probably know stress is a killer, and it can trigger a host of health problems.
Over the years I’ve used different ways to manage stress naturally. What I’m sharing with you today, is a simple but a very effective way to relieve stress. It’s been a great stress buster for me, it only takes a few minutes, and really calms my body and mind.
When I feel stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, annoyed, just having one of those days that can totally stress me out…I breathe in calm and breathe out ahhhhhhhh.
This is what I do:
I stop for a moment, close my eyes and mindfully breathe in as deep as I can, and as I am breathing in, I’m thinking to myself – I a m c a l m – I am inhaling calm into me, and as I breathe out, I think to myself – a h h h h h h h – I’m exhaling out of me all the stress, I’m letting it out of me. I’ll do this about three times, sometimes more, and with every deep breath, as I’m breathing I feel my body relaxing, and I feel myself filling up with calm and releasing out of me all the stress and tension and whatever else I’m carrying in me, that is not serving my wellbeing.
Breathe in – I a m c a l m – breathe out – a h h h h h h h . . .
You can do this anytime, whenever you need to, as many times as you need. (do this only when in a safe environment, not while driving 🙂 )
You are the powerful creator of your reality, you can mindfully remove stress from yourself, and fill yourself with calm.
Intentional deep breathing to release stress and regain calm, is one way to cultivate and stay in optimum health.
I’d love to hear what you think, what works for you, leave a comment let me know.
Have a wonderful calm weekend.
Love & blessings
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