As we move into May, we see growth all around us. How have you changed since January? How have you grown?
Change and growth are two things that are guaranteed in life, and yet they are things we try our best to avoid. We try to control our feelings, mind, and body so we can feel certain and sure. We sometimes try to control other situations and even other people just for a sense of security.
One of the biggest challenges is to lean into the discomfort of change. This is where the magic happens. This is where we look fear and anxiety in the eye and say no to them. By leaning into the discomfort of the vulnerability and courage needed to change, we bring about the life we want.
When we are growing and our lives are changing, here are a few tips to help you mind your mind through change.
1. Keep a gratitude journal. Make a list of people, events, blessing and lessons you are thankful for.
2. Find a way to stay grounded through change. Being grounded helps to lessen fear and anxiety. Ways to stay grounded include massage, reiki, yoga, meditation, walks in nature, exercise, healthy food.
3. Connect with other people for support, for a laugh, and for someone to talk things out with.
Mind your mind with Indian Head Massage, Reiki and Kundalini Yoga by contacting Tracy on 086-2202734 or visit www.relaxfromstress.ie.
Published in the Connaught Telegraphy newspaper on 2 May 2017.
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