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From Anxiety to Calm

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Elizabeth
Mentor, Author, Empath
Explore a simple technique to shift your focus and gently quiet and calm an anxious or racing mind. Find peace and relaxation.
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7 reflections
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Trevor
So much to be grateful for!
The beautifully simple technique shared in this meditation - shifting from our head to our heart - to calm our minds and anxiety was really profound. And for me it opened up another realization that when I focus on my heart and the things I have to be grateful for, I realize that I don’t need to be so anxious all the time. I will take this technique with me through my day, and return to this session again and again. Namaste 🙏🏼
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Stephanie
Grateful in my Grief
There is so much grief and heartache when I think of someone I love most and what I am grateful for. It’s perplexing how intertwined all of it can be. Grief, Love, Heartache and Gratitude.
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Ian
Fill your heart with gratitude to bring peace of mind.
I have learned to be grateful for big and small things and that this focuses your heart and mind on joy
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Lauren
Silent pauses
I loved that this meditation had silent pauses in-between instructions. It gave me the time to really focus on the heart space. I liked the emphasis on shifting from head to heart space.
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Felicia
I loved this one .
Getting out of my head and going to my heart to calm my anxiety
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Paddy
A few seconds of peace
I received a few seconds of peace and calm. Some space was cleared in my head, thank you
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Cheryl
Love
Love is complicated. Many emotions arise when focusing on one person. Some qualities that I adore and others that make my nervous system tighten up. I trued this thinking of with family and friends —same feelings surfaced. Realize need to embrace the person for who s/he is — no judgement