We all have times in our lives when when overcoming anxiety and feelings of unease is essential. Retreating. Resting. Renewing. Re-charting. We all need time to come home and recommit to our mission and ourselves. To get quiet and to listen to our heart’s calling, to find what is true for us, and to gain insight into where that truth and our heart are going to lead us next.
When I go inward with these intentions, I am called from a deep place within. I am reminded that this is home. I am reminded that this is where I belong and what I do.
Overcoming Anxiety And Feelings Of Unease – Finding Our Way Through Self-Awareness
We all must find our way to maneuver through the challenges of our time while staying on course with ourselves.
Part of this yoga practice is being mindful as we pay attention to what our bodies and souls need and then being able to give it without judgment or criticism, but instead with love and acceptance for where we are from moment to moment.
Perhaps this process of reconnecting and unfolding with ourselves is never greater than at this time of great division and unrest. Yet, we must find our way to maneuver through the challenges of our time while staying on course with ourselves.
Overcoming Anxiety And Feelings Of Unease – The Effects Of Global and Social Unrest
I hear from others about feeling anxious and about problems with focus and with getting to sleep. Global energy affects us, although we are often unaware that this is happening. We feel the unease that we can’t quite put our finger on.
Without attention and processing, such feelings affect us on a cellular level, and they begin to seep out sideways. Yoga and meditation help us to become more aware of the energetics of our bodies.
Overcoming Anxiety And Feelings Of Unease – Believe In You!
I believe things will always work out when you speak your truth and come from your heart. It won’t matter what other people think. Believe in yourself and go out there and shine your light.
The world needs you!
My practice has taught me much and fundamentally changed who I am in ways I could not have imagined so many years ago when I finally committed to a regular practice. My stress levels had been so high for so long that my stress response was in “auto” mode. Yoga helped me ease that stress burden and begin to breathe and live again.
I know yoga can do this for others. The hardest part is rolling out your mat and showing up. Then you just start where you are, and the rest takes care of itself. I hope you find time to explore this beautiful, deep, and extensive yoga practice this year and find joy and peace that surpasses your dreams. I hope you can come face to face with your authentic self as you conquer anxiety and unease in your body and mind.
Here’s to a great year in 2023!