Have you ever caught yourself in thinking about your thinking? Probably it happens to you quite often, right?
Living most parts of each day inside your mind, worrying about all that need to happen and about all that could happen if you or things will not be perfect is sometimes like torture.
That's anxiety and it is not fun. And if you don't learn how to cope with it, it can lead to more stress that could eventually develop into a severe disorder.
That's why returning in the present moment - being mindful and feeling your body sensations - is the best way to cut the overthinking loop and stop fueling bad emotions.
Of all the ways to deal with anxiety and the constant noise created by our monkey minds, meditation is the tool that taught us how to be more mindful and peaceful.
We feel it's the best tool to learn how to fight anxiety, because it shows you that you are enough and that you just don't need to be anxious.
Instead, you should (and are perfectly able to!) let crazy thoughts arrive and pass and just start being yourself.
Yes, it takes time to feel comfortable with meditation, but after you practice it, you begin to notice the signs and symptoms of anxiety as it tries to develop in your mind.
And you know what's great about it? After you notice these signs and acknowledge them, the noise lowers down and you to start learning that you can indeed stop worrying all the time!
Feels too good to be true? Why don't you try it and tell us what you think 😀
But learning never stops, and you may have a different take on it, so we would love to hear about your approach to this.
Please share your thoughts with us!
P.S. Lately, we have been trying to incorporate turmeric in our diet, both in natural form and as supplements. And while it has a lot of health benefits, it is known to also help with anxiety and depression.
Studies show that curcumin has an antidepressant like effect and can improve mental health.
So, keep it in mind and try it if you are looking for something to help you.