Anxiety Doesn’t Have to Rule Your Life

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Your life can be different, but it does take some work. Like with anything in life, anything worth having is worth fighting for. That’s what I started this blog for. To provide people with information on how to do the work and tools that might help them do the work.

It’s interesting that one of my favorite tools I’ve been using to help me deal with my anxiety shows up in yet another article – meditation. Meditation is so important for stress and anxiety because it helps to turn the mind off, even if just for a few minutes. Our conscious mind is always thinking and harassing us. With meditation we can control these thoughts. As we practice meditation more and more, it becomes easier and more effective.

The other interesting topic that’s in the article is food and eating. The more research I’ve done and continue to do, I’m finding that food is more important in our lives than certainly I initially thought. I always knew food was good for the body, but I had no idea how much it affects our minds just as much. I used to think the mind and body acted independently but, it turns out that couldn’t be further from the truth. The mind and body work hand in hand to make our lives better. When one is out of sync, so is the other. We must work to make sure both are always in sync.

Read the article at the link below.
Do You Live with Anxiety? Here Are 11 Ways to Cope
Article by Healthline

Meditation 101

I know I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, meditation is by far the number one change I’ve made in my life that has had the biggest impact on my life. Meditation is a game changer. It puts you in a whole different state of being and thinking.

I admit, I was a skeptic in the beginning but as I did more and more research and started actually practicing meditation I became a true believer. Within a few days of meditation I began to notice a difference. I felt lighter and happier and I didn’t get upset or anxious as quickly as I used to. Although, I am practicing meditation regularly, I am still always questioning whether I’m doing it correctly or whether I could do things differently. That’s how I ran across this three part video series. It explains how to meditate in a step by step method. It even tells you what to do if you get an itch, experience pain, or anything else while meditating that may distract you.

The one big question I’ve always had that was answered in the video series is, what do I think about while I’m meditating or do I think about anything. The videos do a great job of answering these types of questions. The videos are done very well. The amount of information per video is exactly right. They provide enough detail without getting too long. I highly recommend watching. I believe all of your questions will be answered.


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