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Posts Tagged: anxiety

Posted 29th October 2018

If we take more responsibility for what is going on in our lives – including how we handle stress – we can change it for the better. We have all learned to blame somebody or something for our problems, whether it be a person or event from the past, or our present-day circumstances. You can’t Read More »

Posted 25th June 2018

If you think about it, anxiety/stress comes from some perceived or unconscious low level or high level fear. So if you can change your outlook from fear to compassion for yourself and others you will change the chemicals being released in the brain to those positive calming responses we want to maintain. I remember once Read More »

Posted 13th June 2018

The brain is made up of several areas and through MRI scanning scientists have been able to identify the function of these areas. With stress and anxiety it is the Amygdala that is most significant as it has the job of dealing with fear and reacting to perceived danger and sending signals to the rest Read More »

Posted 5th June 2018

Do you find yourself feeling fearful, overwhelmed, worried, exhausted for no obvious reason? Anxiety can arise before you know it and be even more difficult to release. If you are aware of your anxiety that’s a good place to start! Next, keep some sort of notes on what triggers you or when you feel more Read More »

Posted 27th March 2018

Are you looking to improve your health? Do you want to protect yourself from negative thinking and achieve peace of mind? If you have answered with yes to either one of these two questions, you should definitely keep on reading this article. Discover meditation as the mindful solution to a stressful existence, a way to Read More »

Posted 24th March 2017

The root-cause of anxiety is that you forget to breathe. When we start our journey of truth and understanding, we come to learn everyone just wants to impress everyone else, everyone just wants to be seen, to be heard, to be valued. Fear is filled with anxiety, distance, competition, and stress. Love is accepting, nurturing and constant, Read More »