Sometimes, in life, it seems like we cannot handle any more curve ball thrown at us. This stage is actually a myth. Emotional wellness is within everyone’s reach and one should avail access to it. You just have to take charge and sharpen it.
Let’s uncover 3 ways to take control of your life today:-
Find Your Balance with Reiki
Reiki (quite often pronounced Ray-Key) is a form of alternative medicinal practice. It involves healing through universal energy imparted by laying off the hands.
It allows energy to flow from the source — the practitioner- into the recipient. This process releases any form of imbalance energy in the recipient’s body — emotional, physical, or spiritual. And helps the recipient feel relaxed. The good thing about this form of therapy is that you perform it yourself as well.
Do you know what experts say about an ideal mind? Get something doing. This will make you look forward to a bright new day and help you carry an optimistic outlook.
Also, exercise. High levels of dopamine generate new brain cells that help the brain to remain calm. Exercise does not have to be a strenuous and heavyweight conditioning one. A walk around the park would take you a long way.
There is something we would love you change about ourselves. It could be your hair, skin colour, language or even body shape. But, for the sake of our peace of mind, do not dwell on such. It will break you, sooner or later. The first step in taking charge of your mind is to accept your attributes, your inner beauty. This includes body acceptance, protecting yourself from negative criticism, carrying faith and believing in yourself.
There are three ways to bolster self-acceptance in life:
Self-regulation: Subduing negative emotions about yourself
Self-awareness: Knowing who you are, your purpose. And forgiving yourself of all the mistakes that you have made.
Self-transcendence: Relying less on external influences to validate yourself and your life. Also, focusing on activities such as community service and giving to charity to help you feel fulfilled.
Connect with People
As comforting as it is to neglect other humans and live-happily-ever-after in your cocoon. Isolation kills your brain activity. Connect with people. Family, friends, colleagues, coworker, and neighbours. Studies show that the happiest individuals are those with social relationships. Engage in outdoor activities, especially people who work desk jobs for a living