Stress Management – Personal Peace Plan
What's the opposite of stress? In 1964, personal peace, from a perspective, is a dynamic, vital, yet balanced state that is radically opposed to stressors. My approach to stress management is not so much about restricting stress factors than changing the response from them outward.
You can set and reach the goal of moving to step-by-step through personal intent by using intent, plus some perspective change and simple lifestyle changes.
One of the stress, worry, anxiety and frustration for one's personal lifestyle, for personal peace, tranquility and balance, requires three things: Strong desire for radical change You have to make peace and rest assured that you are willing or otherwise do something, over and over again.
Your commitment to change your thinking and some of the key actions that you identify. New strategies need to be put into practice. Thinking or talking about change is not a commitment. The action reflects its commitment. Persistence, is not perfection while taking little steps for new personal peace. Returning to the focus and doing it again and again, the baby's steps, whether advanced, will get the most out of it, and faster than trying a huge, radical change overnight. It is very surprising how fast, small steps are regularly linked to the transformation.
When you're ready to transform for personal peace, here's a practical ten-step plan.
1. Learn to love and accept yourself just as you are. This can mean healing of emotional wounds in childhood or just giving you permission to not be perfect! Initially with clear intention and consistently begins with love and acceptance. What is the most beloved thing you can do now? (This may include professional help for solving old problems.) 2. Learn to accept what is going on around you with any neutral attitude. Acceptance does not mean that you like it. That means you're watching, watching, let it be. You will not waste energy, and not in things you can not change.
(With the first two steps you can still work to improve yourself, work on external situation changes, negotiate better deals, etc.). You will not emphasize and traumatize the process.)
3. Learn to choose the positive at hundreds of ordinary moments. Find the Good Everything. Think and speak in positive language. It's a powerful stress eraser and a good place to start some small steps. Take yourself to see and talk in places, praise yourself and continue this positive outlook.
4. Learn to Use Every Experience for Learning, Growth, and Raising Consciousness. When you find "aha" in a challenging situation, most of the stress will automatically dissolve.
5. Discover your purpose in life. Warning: You already do this, but you just do not recognize it yet. Look at your relationship with yourself and others to reach out to the goal of your life.
6. Laughter yourself every day! Laughter is a great balancing and healing to the moment.
7. Set your priorities and take action to reach them Move the other wish lists to the back burner of life. Whatever you do, whatever you want, you can not really "do everything" or "do everything" in a human life. So pick up the ten goals that are most affecting you and you really work on that pair. This step alone helps you make your decisions so clear and light that a lot of stress evaporates.
8. Simpler and Simplify Your Life – Pure things, activities, and people that are not in line with your priorities. It frees enormous energy for the peaceful achievement of the heart's desires.
9. Take time for physical self-reliance. Yes, that means training, good nutrition, plenty of drinking water and – Yikes! – probably more sleep!
10. Provide regular time for quiet reflection to stay connected with your inner self, adjust your goals and strategies as needed.
You may have read this list and thought, "Did not you mention that stress is at all opposed to what business is?" Well. It is not in the life of personal peace that they are struggling with a lot of things. It's about becoming a peaceful, purposeful person.
When you deliberately move, you prioritize, love, accept, and take care of yourself, and respond in moments to situations that you encounter, you do not have to struggle with stress.
There are still stressful, disturbing or frustrating situations. Life is assured enough to guarantee them. But instead of fighting, you can simply meet in every situation, you can handle it the best way you know the moment and move on.
It's like in movies when a Chuck Norris type comes in and the opponent falls on his face because there is no opposition. Stress can not be fatigued and does not require dozens of stress management techniques if you truly accept what's and move positively for your goals.