Having a hard day? Feeling anxious, frustrated, uncertain, scared of the unknown?
Here’s what you can do today to feel better right now:
1. Be grateful. Look around you and find what is right and good, and working. There are more things in your life that are right, than out of control. Praise them. Intentionally make mental and written lists of how all your needs are met and how life is taking care of you. Whatever the fear, counter it with gratitude. If you are worried about your health make lists of all the parts of your body that are healthy and functioning well. If you are worried about the economy, praise all the ways that your needs have been met and how you are always taken care of. Praise. Give thanks. You can only hold one thought at a time in your mind. Choose gratitude over worry.
2. Talk about your feelings. Don’t bottle it up. Express how you feel. But choose your confidant wisely. Let it be a person who will honor you and uplift you. A person who will empathically get you but not burry you under an avalanche of their own fears and leave you even more desperate than how they found you. Reach out to me. I am here for you.
3. Move. Whatever you can do to move, do it. Movement is therapy. Do yoga, dance at home, go to the gym, go for a walk, go for a run, just move, especially if you don’t feel like it. You will thank yourself once you are done.
4. Be selective in the news you consume. Please stay informed. Be educated on how to stay safe and healthy. But please remember that watching and reading the news non-stop is addictive and will keep you in panic and fear. Now more than ever it is important that you consume things that are uplifting and make you laugh.
5. Pray. Use your creative power for good. See the world calm. The panic turning into a sight of relief. The coronavirus disappearing. People being healthy and happy. Children laughing. The elderly thriving as they share their wisdom. The economy booming. Airports filled with people ready for adventures. You are that powerful. You and I together we can impact things. 1+1=7. Seth says, “Now as a unit your separate realities obviously form a larger combined unit in which you operate. Two of you working together can do seven times more than one operating alone.”
I’m holding a virtual event on Saturday, March 21 to support you and work through all this. Stay tuned for details.
Email me at [email protected] if you want us to work together to bring you emotional support and balance.
I am sending you oceans of peace, health and love.