Have you noticed that anxiety has become something of an epidemic in our modern culture? I sure have! I work in the trenches with people on a daily basis, and I’ve noticed that many, many people often feel very stressed out and anxious.
What triggers anxiety? You name it. In the video above, however, I offer some energetic tips to help you cope.
In a nutshell:
- Remember to breathe deeply and calm yourself down
- If you’re in a stressful work environment, get up, take a break and walk outside whenever possible
- Start a meditation practice and do it DAILY
- Charge your solar plexus chakra with light and protective symbols
- Spend time in nature without noise or distractions (try gardening or outdoor sports too)
- Disconnect from your electronics!
- Do creative, relaxing soothing things to calm your aura
- Make sure you are well-nourished and well-rested
- Try Bach’s homeopathic drops, lemon balm, or kava kava
- Get western medical support if you need it!
You don’t have to suffer; you can manage anxiety and come out on the other side feeling calm, optimistic, and hopeful. It’s OK to set parameters for yourself, too; to create a space and place for you to just BE. This is especially important before bedtime: don’t look at your phone after a certain hour. Give yourself a cushion of time in which you can luxuriate and wind down.
Just because it has become “the norm” to feel too busy, rushed, stressed, and anxious, doesn’t mean that you have to adapt and be that way too. You can be calm, cool, collected, occupied, and not overwhelmed. And when you are strong and calm, you give others around you permission to match your energy and do the same. We as a collective race of beings are very much influenced by those around us; so why not shine bright and set the example? Not only will you feel better, but those in your life will, too.
And remember, if there’s anything in your life that you need assistance with, I’m here to help with readings, energy healings, on-demand meditations and my psychic development training program. So just reach out! 🙂