I was feeling hopeless the other day (I’m absolutely not immune to that feeling… quite the opposite). I turned to some healing words, the ones you’re about to read, and they reassured me that it’s all really going to be okay.
When I approach whatever I’m doing from a peaceful state of mind, I seem to get things done with greater ease, less frustration, and more joy–and the quality of my work emulates these qualities. Transform stress into peace; one of these reminders might help.
Whatever line of work you’re in, reducing stress levels is a sure way to find more joy and peace in each experience. Here’s an easy-to-digest list of ways to experience less stress at work, so you can see more opportunities to smile during the week.
For some, exercise is nothing short of a miracle–it can lift them out of a sour or stagnant mood like nothing else can. If one of your resolutions is to get healthier and happier, get (and stay) inspired by the amazing benefits of exercise.
Whatever we give energy to, we empower. The beliefs we project into the world have a way of creating the kind of world we live in. These empowering words of affirmation can help you create more experiences tinged with peace and positivity.
If you ever feel stuck, defeated, or depleted, remember this piece of wisdom: There is a way through every block. There’s a wonderful practice called “breath of fire” that can help you move through the emotional blocks and frustrations of life, getting you back to joy.
Feeling down might show up for any reason or no apparent reason at all, but it’s something we’re all familiar with. Letting go of these three beliefs, I believe, will help you to feel better about whatever is coming up for you.
If you’re in need of a fresh perspective, consider asking yourself some simple questions so you can live a life that’s meaningful to you and helpful to all.
I love meditation for a handful of reasons, but mostly because it helps me break down the walls I’ve built that keep me from enjoying my life. My practice opens new doors, teaching me how to relax and live in this sometimes crazy world at the same time.
I wasn’t at all into using positive affirmations until I realized that I was always affirming something, whether negative or positive, doubtful or hopeful–it turns out I was usually leaning towards the negative. That realization propelled me to try something new.