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I have recently tried this new technique. It helps to manage anxiety, over thinking (rumination), excessive worrying and instantly returns you to the present. All you do is stop thinking.
Do you write yourself future notes? I like to play this time travel trick, especially when I worry about something. For example, I added this note above in my calendar for a future me in March nearing 2 years of … Continue reading
#3 This is exactly how I felt most of 2020 – do you relate? (source)
Fear + Uncertainty = Anxiety. How true. Who has not felt anxious in the last year? Elisha Goldstein says that 1 in 12 of us used to suffer from anxiety before the Covid pandemic, and now it is 1 in … Continue reading
When emptiness becomes too much and you feel restless, uneasy, anxious or empty, use this video by Take A Deep Breath to change your emotional state in 60 seconds. It is a powerful technique that only takes 60 seconds.
Dawa Tarchin Phillips What To Do When You Don’t Know What’s Next I am going to lead you through a short exercise with your emotions. The first emotion that I would like you to connect with is the emotion of … Continue reading
Many of us believe that we are our thoughts, or rather many of us don’t stop to think whether what our minds are telling us in the form of thoughts is true or not, because the belief that thoughts are … Continue reading
“My soul drifts light upon a sea of trees” — a film about a Zen priest helping depressed, suicidal people.
After losing two friends and an uncle to suicide, Zen priest Ittetsu Nemoto made it his life’s mission to support those struggling with depression and suicidal behavior. My Soul Drifts Light upon a Sea of Trees follows three of the … Continue reading
I’ve seen this chart on Professor Scott Galloway’s Linkedin page (I listen to his Prof G show and Pivot podcast with him almost exclusively now) and it is the best visual summary of our mindset options during this pandemic. I’ve spent … Continue reading
Source: Ram Dass Fellowship (Facebook)