Every single one of us is impacted by stress every single day, so much so that we have come to accept a lot of it as necessary and even normal. We are not only rushing through life, but our thoughts are also constantly rushing trying to keep up. Think about your daily life. We lead busy lives with busy schedules and so many responsibilities.
We live in a fast-paced multitasking culture where our quality of life is constantly challenged by our need to get things done NOW. We rarely truly slow down.
At the end of the day or the week, it makes sense to feel depleted, tired, and looking for some kind of pleasure, connection, or way to relax. For so many people that may look like temporary stress relief without a long term plan. The stress may also trigger unhealthy habits, looking for self-worth, or comparing ourselves to others who seem to have it all. It can be emotionally exhausting and leave you on the brink of burnout and fatigue
What does that get you?
More stress, more feelings of lack. Our lifestyles, beliefs, thoughts, habits, environment, work all qualify as types of stressors. Perhaps you’ve got a major deadline looming, a public presentation coming up, or you’re rushing to fill orders before the holiday season.
We can all agree that work is stressful sometimes and trying to achieve a balanced and healthy lifestyle can be a challenge. Aside from unpleasant physical symptoms, living with chronic workplace stress can lead to long-term physical and mental health issues. What if you gained more self-awareness, learned important time management techniques so you could get more done in half the amount of time.
Mindfulness, meditation, and breathing is a proven science and powerful tool that helps shift your focus back to what brings you inner peace, a sense of calm, greater clarity and joy. This practice will serve you well in starting your day clear, focused and with an overall general sense of wellbeing.
What are some of the ways you give your mind and body a chance to quieten down and experience a deep sense of relaxation needed to heal, replenish and rejuvenate? Your attention is a powerful instrument. Move it to the mountaintops, and you’ll find the view become beautiful.
At Nourishment Vitality you will be guided into focusing your attention on to what you want and achieving sustainable results through learning a program and system that works for you. The essence of these techniques is to help you reconnect with yourself, increase focus, clarity, and productivity.
Stress Relief Management teaches the practice of awareness of oneself, the present moment, thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations.