On this week’s podcast, I’d like to walk you through some easy and effective treatments for the everyday person who feels distracted and anxious, or finds themselves having mood swings and wild thoughts.
What do we talk about when we talk about normal? The definition of “normal” is really just the point where the majority of the people fall on a spectrum. We are bombarded with information in our busy lives, to the point where a constant sense of anxiety has become the new normal. Let’s help you step out of anxiety and into the exceptional range of the bell curve by using some of the interventions that have helped people in recovery from PTSD and other traumas.
The majority of people alive today have experienced a traumatic event in their lives. When we get blocked by strong emotions such as fear, worries, sadness, and grief, we often lose sight of our larger Self.
Those large, negative emotions aren’t something you just have to learn to live with. Let’s get some daily practices in your routines so you can sit in calm and stillness while you go about your everyday life. When you have more calm, you can then make decisions from this larger Self – not a part of you such as worry or fear that has been in the lead.
Feeling calm, connected, and alive is your right and not just a special gift for a few. Let’s make it the new normal.
“Calm: This Way” by Flickr user Amanda Hirsch is licensed under CC BY 2.0.