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Quieting Anxiety And Panic

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Cindy Wolk-Weiss, BSW
Mindfulness Meditation Teacher & Healer
Explore feelings of anxiety and how to work with it in daily life.
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11 reflections
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Samantha
Quoting Anxiety and Panic
I really enjoy meditations where I’m using multiple senses, because it keeps me present in the meditation and grounded. I liked taking in my environment without judgement. The image of “popping anxiety like a bubble” and the phrase “right now I am safe” were both helpful.
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Kitkat
Safety
Reminding yourself that you are safe is a way to assure yourself that you're okay. This process might be difficult, but it's worth the effort.
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Evan
Thoughts
Thoughts come and go and are not fact. I appreciate this lesson
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Michael
Stress doesn’t own me.
I will learn to conquer you, stress. I will learn to be free from your debilitating shackles.
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Candace
Thoughts
I learned that thoughts are not facts, and they are fleeting and always changing
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Alexis
I am safe
I learned that “thoughts are not facts” Need to practice this daily!
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Kylie
I am safe
I learned that I need to tell myself I am safe more often than I think I need too!
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Haley
I am safe.
I learned that I need to remind myself to not focus so much on future stresses but live more in the moment.
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Time
Muisamces
Ideation of discourse begins to mask one’s true sense direction
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Jackie
Calm
This really helped me to calm my anxiety and come back to the present
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Malia
Quieting Anxiety and Panic
To combat anxiety, one has to practice these meditations a lot. For me, anxiety doesn’t happen often the home where I do my meditation, but in the workplace. This means I have to practice a lot to train my mind to notice and recognize anxiety in other settings.
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