There are times we feel overwhelmed with our to-do lists, our responsibilities or our stuff. This can lead to stress, ill health and it can grow the habit of ending our day feeling completely depleted and exhausted.
I've got a real quick, minute-and-a-half meditation you can use so you get focused and stop feeling so scattered.
What happens is we can get in a state of being hyper- alert. This happens so easily today with so much media coming our direction. It doesn't help that we also have beeping, vibrating and alerts that come from our technical devices so we always feel on tap.
We have so much information at our finger tips that our neurons in our brain have been firing on hyper-alert, probably for a long time. We train our neurons (nerve cells) to do this everyday.
Your brain and nervous system may be firing in all directions all the time making you feel hyper-alert and not able to sleep, concentrate, find joy, feel resourceful and simple, have fun or be at peace like you'd like.
Exercise isn’t for everybody but you can be the lucky one who actually likes it.
It can be for you! If you have a minute or so each day. Do you?
The benefits of exercise are great…boosted metabolism, energy and mood, weight loss, better posture, injury prevention, burning calories when you've overeaten, pro-aging, and much more.
However, it can be difficult if you aren’t motivated to do it. In fact, when you are not in the groove with it, it may even feel like it's not for you. To get motivated, let me challenge you to take advantage of these 2 elements of habit change secrets…
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.