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Feeling Good | An Experiment

Feeling good (more often) – is it possible? I admit it. I’m a little obsessed with finding ways to feel good, meaning genuinely well, more often filled with peace and optimism, and dare I say it… happy. You’ll probably agree with me that feeling good is not always easy to do. A zillion books, podcasts, spiritual leaders, gurus, religious leaders, and even the three wise men don’t always help us figure out how to feel good. So, if we can’t feel heel-kickin’ happy all the time, we can at least…

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How to Feel Less Stressed Out – 4 Tips for a Less Stressful Holiday Season

How to feel less stressed out – Follow these 4 tips for a less stressful holiday season… Why are we about to feel more stressed out (than our 2020 usual)? As if the never-ending pandemic and the tense presidential election wasn’t stressful enough for this year… we’re now staring down the barrel of the holiday season. Even though pandemic-related gathering and travel restrictions seem like they’ll be sticking around through to the new year, the holidays are still a time with plenty to look forward to. Most of us enjoy…

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Stop Focusing on Negative Thoughts

Think about how and where your focus is leading you. It seems like it should be super complicated to figure out how to feel good more often, but the truth about feeling better is rather simple; you can control your mood by the subject you give your attention to. You probably already intuitively know this, but for emphasis, I’m going to spell it out here. Stop choosing to focus on what feels awful. The habitual focus on what makes you feel badly, worried, anxious, or insecure is draining the life…

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Lower Anxiety Naturally – 7 Ways to Reduce Anxious Feelings

7 Ways to Lower Anxiety Naturally It doesn’t matter how enlightened, spiritual, zen and chill you think you are, anxiety is going to come up. You might think you are not an anxiety sufferer, but it’s impossible to not have at least an occasional flare up. (Hello – we are in a global pandemic and have been living in some form of abnormal social distancing bordering on isolation for months now!) Unfortunately, anxiety and worry are a part of the human condition. Anxiety is an almost unavoidable response when there’s…

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How to Get Yourself Grounded and How It Can Help You

How to Get Yourself Grounded and How It Can Help You You may have heard the wellness term “grounded” being thrown around as it relates to wellness and wonder what all the hype was about. I have recently been getting more and more into natural, therapeutic ways to feel good and I want to share with you how grounding can be a tool in your wellness toolbox. What is grounding? Grounding in relationship to wellness refers to being in conductive contact with the earth’s subtle, natural energy for the purpose…

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How to Shift Your Mood in 3 Easy Steps

Get Out of Your Head – How to Shift Your Mood in 3 Easy Steps   Ever feel like your racing mind is ruining your day? Our minds are great problem solvers. Never stopping, constantly churning on problems and finding solutions. Which is great because that churning helps us find and implement solutions throughout our day. What is not so great is that we can’t stop. We’re so used to continually problem-solving that it’s hard for many of us to stop ruminating on the problems. We think, think, think (aka…

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