If you ever watched ‘Happy Gilmore’, you might remember a couple of scenes in which Happy was encouraged to think of his Happy place in order to calm his anger so he could play golf. Finding YOUR happy place might be just for relaxation purposes, or for those times you need to escape for awhileContinue reading “‘Find Your Happy Place’ Meditation to Ease Worry and Anxiety.”
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Guided Meditation to Regain Calm, Clarity and Confidence
Guided Meditation to Regain Calm, Clarity and Confidence is a quick meditation sequence to improve your awareness to your natural breathing rate, and the sensations around you to aid in calming pain, worry, and stress. When you are mindful of your natural bodily processes, your confidence in your own abilities can grow over time, aidingContinue reading “Guided Meditation to Regain Calm, Clarity and Confidence”
This Could be Why Anxiety is Holding You Back!
Where is your attention focused when you are around other people? If you have anxiety, you may find that your attention is so focused on either how you appear physically to others, or the potential threats in your environment that you lose sight of being in the moment, and learning from that experience. Understanding whereContinue reading “This Could be Why Anxiety is Holding You Back!”
5-minute Breathing Exercises to Stop a Panic Attack: Deep Breathing for Anxiety Relief.
Take a moment to relieve the anxiety that could be contributing to your panic. Try not to look for distractions, instead, remain where you are. Once the anxiety has begun to subside, you can begin to focus on your surroundings… In this 5-minute Breathing Exercises to Stop a Panic Attack: Deep Breathing for Anxiety Relief,Continue reading “5-minute Breathing Exercises to Stop a Panic Attack: Deep Breathing for Anxiety Relief.”
Self-Acceptance: Reduce Anxiety and Stress with Tapping Acupressure Meditation.
You have probably heard about acupressure before. However, what about EFT – Emotional Freedom Technique? This relaxation technique incorporates the gentle application of tapping on 8 different acupressure points in the body, as well as acupressure points on the hand. In this video, Self-Acceptance: Reduce Anxiety and Stress with Tapping Acupressure Meditation, I will takeContinue reading “Self-Acceptance: Reduce Anxiety and Stress with Tapping Acupressure Meditation.”
‘High Five’ Breathing to Calm Anxiety in Children: Plus 5 Bonus Yoga Poses for Kids!
‘High-five’ breathing is a great technique for children to practice when they are feeling anxious or hyped up. This can be part of their ‘mindfulness’ tool box that doesn’t require anything but their hand and a little bit of imagination. ‘High Five’ Breathing to Calm Anxiety in Children: Plus 5 Bonus Yoga Poses forContinue reading “‘High Five’ Breathing to Calm Anxiety in Children: Plus 5 Bonus Yoga Poses for Kids!”
The #1 Behaviour that Leads to Social Anxiety.
How do you react when you feel anxious? You might try to push past it, and just get on with things, or you might choose what you believe to be an easier and safer option, you avoid it! Avoidance behaviours play a role in our survival instinct. We may choose to avoid doing something becauseContinue reading “The #1 Behaviour that Leads to Social Anxiety.”
How to Challenge Fearful Thoughts in Social Anxiety.
Investigating what is behind a person’s concerns is one of the most crucial aspects for successful therapy. We cannot just jump into change without first considering what has come before it. This is why avoiding and dismissing concerns isn’t actually helpful, even if you think those concerns are not realistic. What is helpful is toContinue reading “How to Challenge Fearful Thoughts in Social Anxiety.”
Guided Forest Meditation for Calming Anxiety and ADHD.
Sometimes it just takes a few moments to escape into an imaginary world where you feel safe and comfortable to help you to put things into perspective, and enable you to feel more confident to take on challenges. This Guided Forest Meditation for Calming Anxiety and ADHD takes you into a peaceful forest where IContinue reading “Guided Forest Meditation for Calming Anxiety and ADHD.”
Challenging Your Negative Thoughts in Social Anxiety!
Most people have experienced some sort of social anxiety, and generally are fine in most situations. However, for others, it can occur just thinking about being around other people. In some instances, social anxiety is triggered by a past event, leaving a person to believe ALL social experiences are going to be bad. In thisContinue reading “Challenging Your Negative Thoughts in Social Anxiety!”