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Can We Find Joy in Anticipation? (yes)

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Can We Find Joy in Anticipation? (yes)

We all know that feeling in our bodies of “looking forward” to a holiday or the “I cannot wait” feeling before we watch a band play, a daytrip to the sea, a birthday, a gathering with your favourite people.

There is real joy & happiness in the build-up & not just the actual event. 

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3 Ways To Be More Calm

Posted by Deborah Green on

3 Ways To Be More Calm

Can we find any calm in the midst of this & allow that to spread instead of fear?

I feel I could include a Brene Brown quote into everything I write or talk about & to quote her here, from her podcast Unlocking Us,

Brene describes a calm person as someone who “brings perspective into a complicated situations” & has “the ability to manage complex emotions”

She always nails it.

So how can we find our way to calm?

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How I Use The Karma Calming Mist

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How I Use The Karma Calming Mist

Instead of scrolling (which makes my eyes sooo tired), I “mist” around myself, I set a timer & I enjoy a guided meditation. If I’m meditating in public, I can zone out my surroundings far more with a guided meditation than a silent one, otherwise there are too many distractions for me.

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Why a Meditation Space is the Ultimate Gift to Yourself

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Why a Meditation Space is the Ultimate Gift to Yourself
Home is a place where we (should) feel safe & protected. These are our basic needs. We invest in our home comforts with carefully chosen furniture that reflects our personal style, we have comfortable sofas & favourite chairs that we love but what if your home doesn’t have a space for your soul to sit?

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How Dropping Alcohol Helped my Perimenopausal Symptoms

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How Dropping Alcohol Helped my Perimenopausal Symptoms

Almost immediately I felt awake & less groggy in the morning. The “meh” feeling lifted, depression was not as intense, tetchiness lifts & my patience levels came back like an old friend, I felt so damn good I do not plan on returning to that nightly habit.

Here are some tips that helped me;

 

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