10 Minutes of Meditation • Chill the Anxiety Challenge Day 8

Have you ever tried a guided meditation? Search for a useful one that you need. After you listen, then you will know a new meditation and can go solo with it when ever you have time to sit down to rest, and if the meditation is just basic relecting/thinking then maybe while washing or chores. Just avoid changing breathing or visualizing while driving because it can make one light-headed, forgetful, and you might not see something important in the present moment (like a pedestrian or motorcycle). Listed below are some different types of meditations. When you open your eyes and move on to your next task you’ll notice you feel more relaxed and clear minded than before.

Observe the breath, try different breathing techniques. Deep breathing dissolves bad feelings, provides mitochondria with oxygen to make energy more efficiently, helps nervous system function better, and balances ph levels in body fluids by releasing carbon dioxide.

Observe thoughts as they pop up How do they make you feel? Are they true? What would you say if a child said them to you?

Observe feelings in parts of your being. What can you do to feel better?

Comfort inner child

Meet a guide

Aura cleanse. Clean away energies no longer of service to being. Every organ has it’s own energy. The endocrine system relates to chakras, each hormone secreting gland controls different aspects of the being.

Sheild yourself. We all want to help others, but ask questions and descipher why a person is trying to make their problems known to you. What do the want from you? Would following their wishes get you in trouble? Prevent yourself from getting used. Create an imaginary filter around your energies to prevent other’s negative energy from effecting your energy.

Unattatch from nonuseful/hurtful ideas, things, people, identities

-Find a purpose

-play out cause and effects.

-Visualize solutions

Strenthen focus and working memory. Practice math like multipling double digits, or division. I split the number by it’s place values and imagine the numbers on each axis of a graph, or window. For example 11 x 11 becomes 10+1×1+10, and using the distributive property multiply 1×1+1×10+1×10+10×10=121. The more you practice remembering these numbers to solve the problems the stronger your focus can be. I have observed that it can be used like a thermometer to test how I am doing as well, since there will be days or times I can think more clearly than others.

Empathize. Put yourself in another’s shoes and try to imagine how they feel. Then call them and ask them some questions about it and see if you were right.

“The greatest relationship you can have is the one with yourself”–Somebody said that. (More self love quotes: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-mindful-self-express/201210/the-50-best-quotes-self-love)


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