Self-care challenge from the website www.calmmoment.com/
If you find yourself catastrophising or leaping to conclusions, bring your mind back to balance by asking yourself ‘what is the worst outcome, the best outcome and the most likely outcome’?
Let your mind linger on the last one. It will also be worth considering what lies in your control. If it’s beyond your sphere of influence, no amount of worry or trying will make a difference!
Direct your energy, attention and effort on things that you can do something about. A spot of gratitude can bring us back to perspective too, even when things are tough – the simple things like the roof above our heads, the ability to provide for our families, a functional body, loved ones in our lives, and living in a country blessed with safety and ample resources.
Make a list of what you truly can feel grateful for and post it where you can see it when you 'forget'! Don't give up.
I am a catalyst for others, helping people continue, over their entire life span - preconception,
conception in the womb and after - to grow, learn, heal so that each person can live their deepest longings. This is my passion.
Adventurer, lover of beauty, seeking clarity, harmony & balance. Compassionate. Just. Fair. Grateful. Hugely grateful.
ONE more time: HUGELY GRATEFUL.