Let’s talk about some of the best ways to relax your mind. We all have times when we just need to take a break and be away from it all. Kind of just a time for you.
Just relaxing and letting everything go is so beneficial to your mind and your body. It helps relieve tension and stress. It’s also important so we can balance back out. Even when you had a great day, it’s still important to give yourself time to just be.
Stress causes tension in the body and affects all your organs. Too much stress over a period of time actually kills some of your brain cells. Stress actually can shorten you life span.
So it’s very important to not let stress build up in your body. Lots of people exercise to relieve stress and it does help. However, not everyone has time to do that daily.
Because stress starts in our mind, we should concentrate on relaxing our mind and when we do that it will relax our bodies.
I have three ways that I personally use to relax my mind. All three ways work exceptionally well. Sometimes I do all three each day. Other days I do one or two. You will be amazed at how awesome any of them will make you feel.
- This one is actually a manifesting Mantra but you can use it to just relax or you could use it to manifest while you are relaxing. Either way you will feel amazing after doing this and it only takes about 5 minutes. I use the mantra daily. Once you learn it, you will be able to do it anytime you would like to relax , no matter where you are. You will find it here
- The second thing is also really relaxing. Just close your eyes and listen to some relaxing music or recorded soft back ground noise like the ocean. I personally enjoy self hypnosis recordings. I pick the title I want and I am not only relaxing my mind but I am improving areas in my life depending on the title I choose to listen to. These self hypnosis recording change my inner thoughts and in doing so I can create something better in that area of my life. There are lots of titles. So there is something for everyone. You will find them here
- The third way I learned from Andy Shaw , Author of Creating A Bug Free Mind. First find a quiet place to sit. Now close your eyes and in your mind relive a really good memory. Really feel like you did when the memory happened. The more memories you can relive, the better you will feel. If you are somewhere and you just need to relax, just doing this for 15 seconds will help.
If you have questions about how to do any of these , just want to let me know how these are making you feel, or you have ways that work for you, then please leave a comment below.