I’m too blessed to be stressed,
too anointed to be disappointed.
We live in a world that is constantly looking to make things easier and quicker. Life seems to be running at a fast pace and we are the suckers who try to keep up.
I was sitting on my couch this afternoon and a frantic thought came to me. I haven’t checked my cell phone, email or Facebook for 4 hours!!
At first I wasn’t sure why I was frantic about it. But I didn’t let that feeling drift away. I sat with it and looked more closely at the whys. I became aware! (key to recovery – awareness)
My mind drifted to what people use to do when they didn’t have cell phones, cars, etc. All we had was family really, lived in a little shack with wood burning stove. But we needed to find a way to plant easier, communicate easier. Has it really improved our lives though. Yes, in some ways it has, but in some ways it has complicated things even more.
In my early 20′s I was finding that life was like a competition. A competition that I didn’t sign up for. I then began to change and it wasn’t easy. I began to move more in a direction to just be me and not worry about what anyone else was thinking of me, what they were doing, and whether they liked me.
What I have found out is that we can only change ourselves. But by changing us, we can change others. It’s quite freeing!
”Move with the flow. Don’t fight the current. Resist nothing. Let life carry you. Don’t try to carry it.” – Oprah Winfrey
Adjusting Your Attitude - How you think can have a profound effect on your emotional and physical well-being. Each time you think a negative thought about yourself, your body reacts as if it were in the throes of a tension-filled situation. If you see good things about yourself, you are more likely to feel good; the reverse is also true. Eliminate words such as “always,” “never,” “should,” and “must.” These are telltale marks of self-defeating thoughts.
Do you ever feel like you’re at the mercy of your emotions? Do you wish you had more control over your mental and emotional state? We all know what it’s like to feel emotionally off-balance—to be buffeted by stress and anxiety and knocked down by depression.
It may seem like a never-ending ride, but you can get off the emotional rollercoaster. You can bring your life into balance by learning more about your emotions: why they matter, how to recognize them, and what you can do to manage them and harness their power.
The key word here is “learn.” No matter how long you’ve felt out of control of your emotions — no matter how long you’ve felt overwhelmed or out-of-sync in your life — today you can take the first step to getting off the emotional stressful roller coaster and becoming a new you!
- Start a stress journal.
- Set a goal of something you’d like to change or improve about yourself or your relationships through emotional self-healing. Write it down and return to it often.
- Think of building emotional muscle like building physical muscle — 20 to 30 minutes of exercise a day will suffice — whether it’s meditating or re-reading an article that creates an inspirational motivation for you.
- Remember: Rome wasn’t built in a day! Give yourself a realistic time period for completing all three steps. Your brain is changing during this process and changes for the better may continue for years. The good news is that each time you train you’ll feel better and experience positive changes.
Don’t try to control the uncontrollable. Many things in life are beyond our control — particularly the behavior of other people. Rather than stressing out over them, focus on the things you can control such as the way you choose to react to problems.
Remember like attracts like. Once we figure out the balance then everything falls into place.
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