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How to Keep Yourself Stress Free This Year
How to Keep Yourself Stress Free This Year
Stress, we all seem to be full of stress this year and if kept unchecked, stress can lead to disease in the body.
First let’s define stress. Stress is defined as a constraining force or influence. So basically, stress creates restriction in you which creates limits and a loss of personal freedom.
I don’t know about you, but I do not like being restricted when it comes to my life and I am sure the same goes for you too.
If you look at the world we live in up until this point it has gotten extremely restrictive. With restrictions comes stress, and with stress comes disease and illness.
So what can we do to give ourselves the freedom we are all entitled to while still existing in our modern world?
Give Yourself the Freedom to Live Life Your Way
I know most of us have been programmed to live life a certain way, and for many we have been taught to do what others want in order to get along. I also know that we can get carried away when we do this and we may end up living someone else’s life instead of our own.
Just take a look at the amount of dissatisfaction in people’s jobs and relationships these days. It seems that people leave jobs and relationships as quickly as one would stop watching one of their favorite television programs in favor of a new one.
We need to become honest with who we are and where we are going in life. For example, If you goal is to become financially free, the last thing you would want to do is incur more debt in your life.
We need to live life in congruency with our inner most being in order to become stress free.
We are Evolving at a Rapid Pace
Human consciousness is speeding up at a rapid pace and so is time. For thousands of years the Schumann Resonance, known also as “the pulse of the Earth” or the earth’s heartbeat, has been steady at 7.83 cycles per second.
According to Gregg Braden, geologists, author, and researcher, since 1980 this pulse has slowly accelerated to the point where it is now over twelve cycles per second, twice what it was in the mid-1980s.
In place of the 24 hour day we have become used to, we are currently undergoing what amounts to a 16 hour day. Every cell in the human body is trying to synchronize because of this elevated pulse to keep time with mother earth.
This clearly shows exactly why we go through days, weeks, months, and seasons as seeming to “fly by.” Could this be the reason why many people continually appear to be in a rush these days instead of taking life as it comes in its natural pace?
Are they simply reacting to their own body’s attempt to synchronize with the heightened pulse of the Earth?
What this means is that time is literally speeding up and humans are literally trying to fit into what was once a 24 four hour day into a 16 hour day. Maybe taking yoga classes and meditating more really could improve the well-being of people on this planet. Because trying to keep up with it by doing more and drinking loads of caffeine each day is not really working.
The Sun is Affecting You
The stars/suns are the most essential element of the nature of reality. Their light gives rise to life and the suns are the controller of reality. The photons they give off have a direct effect on the human brain as well as on human DNA. They are code carriers and permeate the DNA as well as induce the visual center of the brain.
Solar activity is known to affect human consciousness. Solar flares have an impact on the Central Nervous System (stomach lining), all brain activity (including balance), together with human tendencies and all of the physiological (mental-emotional-physical) responses.
Solar flares can cause us to be anxious, nervous, worrisome, jittery, dizzy, unstable, cranky, lethargic, depleted, have short-term memory troubles and heart palpitations, feel nauseous, queasy, and to possess prolonged head tension and severe headaches.
As we can see these are just a few of the many things that can create stress in our bodies and it is more important than ever to take time to rest and recharge your body.
Simple things to recharge your Body
The human body has natural biological rhythms and in order to feel good we need to listen to and obey them. I know many people get that tired feeling usually right after lunch. One reason is for this is that you just ate and the other is your body rhythm usually goes down around 2:00 pm.
Instead of reaching for caffeine try taking a twenty minute nap instead. You don’t have to really fall asleep, rather, sit back, relax and close your eyes.
Since we talked about caffeine let me mention it now. I am okay with drinking caffeine in the morning but I would not have anymore after that. Caffeine stays in the system for many hours after consuming it and it will ultimately affect the quality of your sleep. When you experience several days of restful sleep I can promise you that you will experience more stress-free days.
Daily exercise is a must if you want to reduce the amount of stress you carry with you. Everything is energy in our material world and that includes thoughts as well. It’s important that you move your body everyday in any way that feels comfortable to you.
I like to do yoga in the morning as well as some cardio work too to help keep my energetic system flowing properly. I notice if I don’t exercise for a couple days in a row I feel more sluggish and depleted of energy.
I also invested in a product called the Brain Evolution System. The Brain Evolution System is like a gym for your brain. All I do each night is sit back in my rocking chair, put on my headphones, and listen to the sounds coming through them.
What the Brain Ev does is helps exercise your brainwaves so you can more easily get yourself into states of mind like restfulness, creativity, and even genius like states.
For me, remaining stress-free to the best of my ability is a daily responsibility and I am always looking for the easiest, yet most effective ways to do this. This is one area in our lives that we can’t skip out on or it will truly have an impact on the quality of our lives.