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Feeling Stressed or Overwhelmed?
Sometimes the hardest part of getting passed stress, and overwhelm is understanding how you truly feel, and acknowledging it, so that you can move forward in alleviating it. Getting a little more clear about exactly what feelings you are experiencing can be really helpful.
Use this downloadable checklist to quickly identify which feelings you are experiencing so you can be present to them.
What Obstacles Are You Facing?
Identifying any obstacles you might be facing without judgment or a feeling the need to immediately “fix” them, is also important for dealing with stress, anxiety, overwhelm…whatever it is that’s causing you distress. Things like relationships, finances, health, and work are some of the examples of pieces of these things that could be placing obstacles in your path to your sense of well-being.
Use this download to help you list some of those obstacles.
5 One-Minute Exercises To Help You Feel Better In The Moment.
It might seem crazy to think about, but you really can feel better in any given moment just by using a few simple exercises to use in that moment. By focusing on something other than the “mind chatter”, you’ll be able to immediately start releasing some of the stress, anxiety or overwhelm you are feeling in that very moment.
Use this download to use these 5 easy, and quick exercises no matter where you are, or what you’re doing, to immediately help you feel better!
5-Minute Guided Meditation
Contrary to popular belief, meditation is not about “clearing your mind”. That’s pretty much impossible to do. Meditation is about being observant of the moment, contemplating, reflecting, and quieting the mind so we can gain more clarity. In this 5-minute guided meditation, I’ll take you through a relaxing, calming meditation you can use anytime you’re feeling like you need a helping hand (or voice) to assist you in relieving some of your stress or anxiety.
You can download this meditation to your computer, or phone, and just pop it up anytime you have 5 minutes to calm your mind. Use it over, and over again. In fact, the more you use it, the better you’ll feel! Meditation and mindfulness are all about practicing on a regular basis.