Finding (and keeping) Your Inner Peace

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In a world where news, email, and social media are made constantly available, life can feel very overwhelming. Not to mention the constant day to day activities that can be draining! It is so important to be able to find your inner peace in any situation. Whether your stress is coming from work or personal life, being able to keep calm, cool, and collected can make a world of difference.

In order to find your inner peace, we recommend some sort of meditation. This can be meditation in the tradition sense of deep breathing and refocusing your thoughts, but it can also be a personal form of meditation. Your time of meditation is to allow you to calm any feelings of stress or anxiety, and focus on the here and now. It is meant to help you get rid of negative emotions or any bad energy.

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Meditation in the traditional sense is to focus your attention on something, such as your breathing. Find a quiet setting and a comfortable position, which may be sitting in a chair, on the floor, or even laying down. You want to really focus on each breath. Slow your breathing and take long, deep breaths. Relax any tension in your neck and shoulders as you continue to focus on each inhale and exhale. This method of meditation can help you relax, help you become less stressed, and clear your mind. Maybe it can even help you gain a new perspective on the stressful situation.

For those of you not interested in sitting and deep breathing, look for a type of meditation that works best for you. This can be as simple as your morning cup of coffee! You can make those moments your time of meditation. Maybe you have a hobby of drawing or painting. The list is endless, but the results will be the same if you focus your attention. Make it a habit for yourself and you are sure to notice a difference in your emotional well being.

Learning to meditate will help you realize what things are and aren’t as important in your life. Meditation can help you find peace in stressful situations and it’s a great way to start (or end!) your day.

XOXO,
Beauty Coach Team

Abigail Viehe

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