Ways to De-Stress and Find Peace in the New Year
Unless you are a world leader or diplomat, your search for peace is within your heart and mind. The website, positivityblog.com, has lots of tips to help you breath easier and feel better with less stress and inner peace.
According to positivityblog.com, here are five things to do that can help you find peace in your life. We picked the five that WE really need to do too! #letsdothistogether
1. Accept and let go
Now is now. But if something negative from the past – something someone said, something someone did – is still on your mind then accept and let that feeling and thought in instead of trying to push it away. When you accept that it is then it starts to lose power. And while the facts may still be there in your head the negative feelings become a lot less powerful.
2. Ask instead of guessing
Reading minds is pretty much impossible. But still we often try it and create anxiety, uncertainty and misguided conclusions for ourselves. So ask and communicate instead.
3. Remember the 5 little words that’ll help you to stay sane: one thing at a time
By keeping those words in mind and letting them guide you through your day and week you’ll be less stressed and more focused (and that will not only bring more inner peace but also help you to do a better and quicker job at pretty much anything).
When stressed, lost in a problem or the past or future in your mind breathe with your belly for two minutes and just focus on the air going in and out. This will calm your body down and bring your mind back into the present moment again.
5. Set limits
If your life is overfilled you may need to set some limits. So stop doing some of the least important things, the things that honestly don’t matter that much. Set a limit for how many times you will check inboxes, Instagram, Twitter etc. per day. And say no if you really don’t have the time.
Find more peace stress reduction tips HERE!!
If the past id keeping you from finding daily peace, watch this!!
Finally, there is nothing better to help you decompress then your favorite music! #wkdq