Any type of exercise or technique will using in this post can help change the state of your mind and give you more power to your body. The only question is, are we going to take action?
MEDITATION HAS SCIENTIFICALLY shown miraculous results! Although meditation takes place mainly as a spiritual practice, scientific approaches to Western medicine have underlined the psychosomatic benefits of meditation and its results in various medical conditions. Research shows that constant meditation brings about changes in the gray matter and strengthens the areas of the brain that focus on attention and compassion while calms the areas associated with fear and anxiety.
PRAYING HAS GREAT POWER too. It doesn’t matter what anyone thinks and certainly has nothing to do with whether you are religious or not. Faith alone is what triggers the power of prayer. Scientists are discovering that prayer is a real cure for mental and physical illnesses.
BREATHING TECHNIQUES are also a way to control body and mind. Very often, bad breathing is the root of the problem. Breathing is the fastest way to control our emotions and can be used anytime and everywhere. Adopt the habit of conscious breathing during the day, don’t wait till panic attacks. Make sure you are breathing properly in the day. Be conscious of it, if possible, for most of the day.
IT’S NO SECRET HOW relaxed a hot bath can make us feel. What we may not know is how good is it for our health. A hot bath relaxes body and soul. Its benefits go beyond fear. It will definitely help you feel relaxed. Hot water will grab your attention and therefore your mind will move towards your body. That is consequently half of the work you need to do to change your state of mind. According to the studies it is proven that whenever you feel comfortable with your body, you are confident and success chances are enormously increased.
Can baths have similar effects to exercise on your body?
No, bathing can’t replace your workout. But physiologists found that exercise will have similar effects on your body afterwards, due to the rise in body temperature. In a small study, researchers found that an hour-long bath burned approximately 140 calories in each person (which is about the same number of calories someone would burn during a half-hour walk). What’s more, immersing all your limbs in the high heat can also help regulate your blood sugar. After cleaning and purifying the bath, light some candles, put some crystals and plants and create a safe and healing space for cleansing. Add salts and your favorite rose petals essential oils and you are ready to relax and enjoy!
A BOWL OF HOT CHICKEN soup is not only the best immune system booster but also a very effective way to calm body and soul! It is hardwired in our dietary DNA. Any soup will certainly do, as well as a hot drink like a tea or your favorite food. This will trigger your sensations and make you feel pleasure, integrating yourself into a higher level of consciousness.
From that point forward, knowing that you are responsible for your state of mind, it’s up to you to take the opportunity your favorite food gives you, or go back to that unpleasant feeling you had before.
You can use the uplifting to go even higher by thinking something that makes you happy. Therefore, these thoughts will bring another positive thought and then another and so on.
Eat organic as much as possible! That will give you the energy you need to keep your momentum going. Meat has a lot of toxins. That means that you put fear, coming from these animals, on your system. Choose your meat wisely. Thus, make sure that animals have a normal and peaceful life.
ANOTHER POWERFUL WAY to reduce fear is by spending time in nature. Exposure to nature not only makes you feel better emotionally, but also contributes to your physical wellbeing, reducing blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and the production of stress hormones.
In one study in Mind, 95% of those interviewed said their mood improved after spending time outside, changing from stressed, and anxious to more calm and balanced.
“Nature isn’t a miracle cure for diseases,” McRobert says, “But by interacting with it, spending time in it, experiencing it and appreciating it we can reap the benefits of feeling happier and healthier as a result.”