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Meditations for Emotional Constipation

Cure Your Emotional Constipation With Meditation

Emotional constipation might sound like a clever term we sometimes use to describe the times when our spirits are low, but the sad reality is that it’s a serious situation to be in that is sorely misunderstood.

Often confused with bouts of fatigue and depression, emotional constipation describes the state in which we are so overwhelmed by what’s going on around us that we shut down to the point where we can’t feel anything- or choose not to, in fear of the repercussions.

As you’d imagine, this can be a hindrance, and can lead

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6 Ways to Stay Calm During the Holidays

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If you are like many people and tend to be stressed during the holidays, then having some simple tools to use to stay calm can be a priceless investment. These simple steps are what you should have in your calm “tool kit” anytime you feel stressed, whether it is during the holidays or not.

Sleep

When you are well-rested, there is less stress on the physical & emotional bodies. If you are having trouble sleeping try a guided meditation for sleep

Be Mindful of Breath

When stressed, take a moment & be mindful

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you-cannot-travel-within-and-stand-still-without Meditation for Anxiety & Stress Articles

“You cannot travel within and stand still without.” What do these words mean to you? When you "travel" within with methods such as meditation, you become aligned with source. You release old thought patterns that do not serve you. That shift in your inner being automatically creates a shift in your outer reality. That is because your outer reality is a reflection of your inner beliefs. A basic law of attraction concept.

This statement also signifies the important role your subconscious mind plays in creating your reality. Most of what is created in your reality is a result of your

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Meditation at Work

Whenever you are feeling stressed or anxious at work, take a moment and be mindful of your breath. It will bring you back into the present moment and relieve your mind of the thoughts and feelings that are causing the stress and anxiety. Train yourself to do this on a regular basis and you will begin to notice how much less you react to certain conditions at work. When this happens, work can become a more hospitable place to be.

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Become aware of the sensations of breathing. We are simply observing the breath so there is no

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Walking Meditation

 

Be mindful while exercising

 

Walking is an excellent way to relieve stress and anxiety. Combine walking with the power of meditation and you magnify the benefits. Walk and train yourself to be in the present moment. Train yourself to observe what you are doing now and release thoughts and/or worries of the past or future. When you do this, you relieve stress and anxiety. Make this your exercise routine for a month and let me know how this has helped in your goal of stress and anxiety relief.

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Alternate Nostril Breathing for Stress and Anxiety

Alternate nostril breathing is an excellent way to relieve stress and anxiety. In addition to helping to relieve anxiety and stress, alternate nostril breathing has other benefits:

  • Relaxes you
  • Harmonizes left & right brain
  • Calms & centers mind
  • Gives you a boost of energy

 

 

How to do Alternate Nostril Breathing

 

  1. Sit in a comfortable position with your back erect and relaxed.
  2. Close your eyes.
  3. Raise your right hand & close the right nostril with your right thumb.
  4. Inhale through the left nostril - 4 seconds.
  5. Immediately close the left nostril with your right ring finger and
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I love using acupressure. It is a great way to stimulate the flow of qi (energy) that has been blocked or stagnated in an area because of stress. Some of my favorite points are Pericardium 8, Kidney 1, or directly on the area that is causing discomfort. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is believed that acupuncture points work by regulating the qi (energy) of the body to create balance and health. When there is a blockage, there is a disruption of qi (pronounced chee) and disharmony in the body occurs. This disharmony ranges in all types of ailments of

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Let's face it, when you are having an anxiety attack, there is an explosion of thoughts going on in your head, making it very hard to focus on anything else. A great way to feel your way back from an anxiety attack is to do a grounding exercise. Keep in mind that in the beginning, it may be difficult to remember to do this but as you continue to practice this meditation, it will become easier and easier to ground and root yourself.

 

You see grounding is like being a tree. Think of yourself as a tree, when you

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Meditation affirmation or mantra

A meditation affirmation is a great way to relieve anxiety and stress. It focuses your attention in the present moment and releases your mind from a borage of stressful and/or anxious thoughts. When you do this, you calm your mind and can relax.

 

For today's meditation, we will do a quick 5-minute breath meditation with affirmation. The affirmation for today is I RELEASE and - I ALLOW JOY". Start the cycle with a silent inhalation. Then upon exhalation, say the words "I RELEASE and". Say the words silently to yourself. When you take your next inhalation, say

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Counting Breaths

Counting Breaths Meditation for Anxiety and Stress Meditation for anxiety and stress can be a simple activity to do. I think that a counting breaths meditation can be "counted" as one of those in that category of simple forms of meditation. Simply, relax, find a comfortable position, close your eyes and start counting your breaths. That is all there is to it. Just count your breaths. If you notice that your mind has wondered, that is fine. Just acknowledge it without judgment and return to counting your breaths. You can return either to the beginning or wherever you left off count.

 

If you have

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Relieve Stress and Anxiety in the Shower

Mindful Shower MeditationDo you tend to bring your worries and stress to the shower with you? Are you thinking about conversations that happened in the past or have yet to happen? Are you checking off your to-do list while in the shower? If you answered yes, to any one of these questions or know that you are not fully present in the shower, then consider incorporating a mindful shower meditation into your routine.

 

Being entirely in your head as you shower exacerbates stress and anxiety. It causes it to go on overload. De-stress, relax

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Mindfulness meditation is an excellent way to relieve stress and anxiety. When you are mindful, you are focused on the present moment and on what is happening now. Stress and anxiety are usually a result of thoughts about what is going to happen or thoughts about the past, not actually what is happening in the present moment. The entire stress response caused by stress and anxiety is a result of your thoughts about it.  In this mindfulness meditation, we will focus on using the breath to stay in the present moment. 

 

This is an opportunity for you to be

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Mindful Eating Exercise

For today's Monday Meditation we will cultivate our awareness of the present moment with this mindful eating exercise.

 

Mindfulness is about the awareness that you bring to each present moment. Anything done with mindful awareness and focus, such as eating, driving and washing dishes can be considered a meditation.

 

Being mindful is very helpful because it relieves stress and anxiety. This is due to the fact that your awareness is in the present moment. You are not focused on the past or worrying about the future. 

 

Below is a simple meditation to assist you in cultivating the

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Meditation for Anxiety & StressStress and anxiety are related. Many times they are a result of a perceived threat or negative thought. As a result, you undergo a stress response. You releases all types of stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol. These stress hormones have profound effects on your body. Your blood pressure rises, your immune system gets suppressed, along with a whole series of reactions.

 

Meditation affects the body in exactly the opposite ways that stress does. It restores the body to a calm state, helps the body to repair itself, and prevents new damage due to the physical effects of

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Mindful Eating

 

How can mindful eating help you with anxiety, stress and emotional healing? Well, most people eat without thought to what they are eating. They are actively engaged in conversation, thinking about something in their head, watching tv, etc. All of these activities can be stressful, cause one to become anxious or exacerbate your anxiety. If you spend the time to focus on what you are doing, you will quiet the mental chatter. When you quiet the mental chatter, you reduce stressful hormones, you become less anxious and you become less emotionally taxed. 

 


Mindful EatingIn addition, many people

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Tea Meditation

Tea Meditation

This is a simple way to bring mindfulness into your daily routine. It will calm your mind and bring you into the present moment. Create a ritual for when you drink tea. For instance, you could drink tea while sitting at your desk before you start working or during a 15-minute break at work to calm and center you. This is also good for an after-meal meditation or as part of your nighttime bed ritual.

 

Type of tea

You may want to choose a tea that is known for its calming and quieting properties such as passionflower,

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Emerson quoteThe following is a simple meditation technique for anxiety and stress relief. This meditation technique will help to bring peace into your life, help to quiet your mind, and you will learn to be mindful. The basic premise of the meditation is to gently and continuously gaze at an object of interest, in particular nature. If any thoughts come to your mind, notice them without thoughts or judgments and return to looking at nature.  Keep your attention on the object even with thoughts such as “this is so amazing” or “this is a wonderful experience”.  You are training your mind

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Peace begins with a smile Mother Teresa quote

“Peace begins with a smile.” A very profound quote from Mother Teresa. Smiling is oftentimes overlooked as a simple way to bring peace into your life. Smile more often and you will bring peace to your heart. In part 2 of this series, I am going to introduce you to a simple "Smile Meditation" that you can do for at least 5 minutes a day for more peace. I term it "Smile Meditation" but in truth, it could just as well be termed "Peace Meditation". 

 

Preparation

Find a comfortable position in which to sit. Feel free to choose from

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