Eight emotions that you should distance yourself from.
Life is not always the beautiful rainbow that we expect, and we all have bad days. From work stress to relationship issues to family issues or just a day where we don’t feel positive about ourselves or anything. In such days, paying attention to the inner reasons of these feelings and trying to improve your mood is much needed and deserves love and care. So, if you’re ready to get started, we’re here to help you identify solutions.
- Feeling stressed
Mantra: Today I release stress so I can be at peace.
Stress is not only bad for our mental health but also for our physical health. Think lack of sleep, trouble relaxing, and low self-esteem. Work, relationships, money, and health concerns can all trigger feelings of stress. Not thinking about worries or trivial matters sounds great, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. However, the good news is that you can control and minimize this uncomfortable feeling and relax yourself.
5 tips to reduce stress
- Yoga deep breathing
- Relax your mind with a simple meditation before going to sleep.
- Talk to a trusted person or a psychologist about your stress and why you worry.
- Exercise so that the endorphins released in the body make you feel good.
- If you can, take a day off for your mental health and get away from environmental stress.
- Feeling lonely
Mantra: We all deal with loneliness from time to time, but it always passes.
Have you ever felt alone in a crowded room? You are not alone. Even the most sociable people feel lonely sometimes. Feeling lonely does not mean that you are alone or neglected by others. It is completely normal to experience this feeling sometimes because it is a human feeling. Consider loneliness as an inner call to action to start setting new goals in your social life. By stepping out of your comfort zone (don’t worry, it’s going to be great.), you’ll feel social again and new directions in life may open up for you.
5 tips for communicating with others
- Try something new, like a music or cooking class.
- Call an old friend or colleague.
- Join a team, such as a gym or fitness or dance group.
- Attend a social event.
- Share your feelings with a confidant without being judged.
- Feeling heartbroken
Mantra: I am worthy of love.
Some say heartbreak can be even worse than physical pain. Breakups, separations and other devastating life events are hard, but rest assured you will get through it and emerge stronger in the end. So it’s time to focus on your number one priority, yourself. In other words, learning how to “love myself more” is the key to mending a damaged heart. Remember, everything happens for a reason. this too shall pass!
5 tips to heal a broken heart
- Give yourself time to deal with your grief.
- Do what makes you happy.
- Focus on opening your heart chakra.
- Connect with a counselor and your trusted circle of friends.
- Practice daily gratitude.
- feeling jealous
Mantra: No one is perfect. I am self-sufficient and have everything I need.
Comparing yourself to others is a waste of your valuable time and energy. You are perfect as you are. Say to yourself out loud: The way I am is enough! What do you like about yourself? What are you grateful for about yourself? Gratitude and gratitude are body armor against the monster of jealousy. Focus on your positive points and what you have and remember that no one is like you and that is your strength.
5 tips to fight jealousy
- Start writing down gratitude statements for what you have.
- Give yourself more love.
- Talk about your concerns.
- Positive statements such as “I am successful.” Repeat to yourself.
- Stay away from social networks.
- Feeling hopeless
Mantra: I can choose what disturbs my peace.
Take time for yourself, process your feelings and think about it. What is the source of your unhappiness? Can you describe it, or do you experience conflicting mindsets in this regard? Remember, you get to decide what to give meaning and identity to in your life. Is this frustration worth your time and energy? Finding a solution outside or inside yourself requires some deep thinking, but ultimately finding the source of your frustration and solving it is worth your peace of mind.
5 tips to find hope and peace
- Take time to process your true feelings.
- Consider both sides of the story and keep an open mind.
- Give yourself space and alone time to think.
- Go for a walk or take a yoga class.
- Ask a psychologist’s opinion about the reason for your frustration.
- Feeling insecure
Mantra: I believe in myself and my abilities.
Unfortunately, this feeling can develop at any point in life and sometimes persist. Insecurity creates negative feelings such as a sense of inadequacy, and in these cases, the phrase “I’m not good enough” can be heard a lot. Whether it’s insecurity caused by someone else’s behavior, social media pressure, or our own personal opinions, it can be hard to get rid of it. But by changing the situation, you can increase your self-esteem.
5 ways to restore self-confidence
- Focus on your goal setting techniques and personal growth.
- Be aware of the triggers that cause insecurity in yourself and set the right boundaries.
- Stay away from social networks.
- Write daily gratitude sentences.
- Do not give in to your fears.
- feeling angry
Mantra: Anger cannot hold me hostage. I choose to let go.
Do you need help finding peace? Or maybe you need forgiving yourself or someone else? Anger is completely like poison for our healthy life. Whether you’re angry at someone else or at yourself, it’s important to take action to find a solution. Have you ever bottled up your anger just because it came from a loved one? But your anger is always burning deep within you. Take a deep breath, think about finding and processing the reasons for your anger, and try to take a step forward and let go of your anger today.
5 tips to get rid of anger
- Be honest with yourself.
- Talking to a counselor can help.
- Do strength training activities such as kickboxing or dancing.
- Start doing guided meditations to find relaxation.
- feel guilty
Affirmative phrase (mantra): I am willing to let go and forgive myself and others.
Living with guilt is like a dark cloud that steals your sunshine. Guilt harms our spiritual health, blocks chakras, and inhibits personal growth. So, it’s time to let it go and choose forgiveness. Forgive yourself so you can be free and accept guilt as a life lesson. What have you learned so far from what happened? What will you do differently next time? Remember, lessons are not always a bad thing. Sometimes they help you become the best version of yourself.
5 ways to forgive yourself
- Write down what you have learned.
- Acceptance – being accepted. Focus on the now.
- Be true to yourself, to be free.
- Be kind to yourself.
- By learning from your past, make amends as much as possible.