04 Jul 2016
Calm and Composed Mind the Key to Happy and Stress Free Life
A constant agitated and restless mind attracts both physical and mental hurdles and can lead to diseases and burn out. On the contrary when your mind is calm, well managed and composed, you begin to enjoy every single aspect and phase of your life and stay happy. A stressed mind and body causes a number of health complications and leaves you emotionally drained. Thus, if you truly wish to use all your resources, inner power and improve your mental strength and ability then you’ll have to make a genuine effort towards attracting peace and positivity into your life.
Why is Inner Peace and Calmness Important?
Our fast paced lives can leave us strained, stressed, restless and fearful in many ways. This further would leads to emotional and physical trauma and it would be very difficult to accept these situations and circumstances. Hence, when we choose to improve, to develop and work on inner peace and calmness, we become successful, happy, fulfilled and focused. Furthermore experience pure bliss in every part of lives.
What needs to be done for that?
Do not allow stress to take a constant part in your life. On and off is helpful, constant stress on the other hand kills! In order to stay calm and peaceful, become successful and sharp minded we need to train our minds. This can be achieved by following the below mentioned advices and suggestions:
- Let Go: The first step to feel calm and composed is to let bygones be bygones. Also, instead of feeling stressed about your existing circumstances and situations, you need to just let go and stop worrying about everything. Remember, you don't do yourself a favor by stressing about things that aren’t under your control.
- Deep Breathing: Deep breathing is another great and easy way to distress your mind and achieve calmness. By performing the deep breathing exercise on a regular basis, you’ll be able to get rid of all your worries and stay happier and in control of your mind as well as body. Also as a first aid: when you feel stress, stop what you are doing and take 10 deep breaths. Then carry on and feel and experience the difference.
- Enjoy Your Achievements: Life is a beautiful blessing and you need to constantly remind yourself about the same by acknowledging your minor as well as major achievements. Hence, if you truly wish to be peaceful then learn to be patient and focused towards your aim instead of worry about trivial issues.
- Stop thinking that you’re in Control: If you want to be happy and peaceful then stop thinking that you can control things around you. Have the flexibility to let things happen and enjoy also excitements in your life. If in sorrow or worries, you simply ask yourself whether your existing situation will matter to you in future. The answer to this is obviously ‘No’. Basically, in order to feel peace, you need to get rid of the negative energies that surround your body and mind.
- Stop Seeking Perfection: Nobody on this planet is perfect. If you are constantly seeking perfection within yourself as well as within the people in your life then you’ll only cause stress to your mind and body and also get in trouble with the people around you. Thus, if you want to stay peaceful and calm then stop expecting perfection in everything. Follow the Pareto principal 80/20 (check it out online).
- Patience is a Virtue: Stress is inevitable. It will follow you in every phase of your life. However, how you choose to deal with it is what really matters. Thus, if you want to be calm from within then learn to be patient and cool even during adverse circumstances.
Wish you all success, Jasmin Waldmann
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