When I invite peace into my life, I feel calm and at ease.
I offer my forgiveness. I let go of grudges.
and disappointments as I remember that I, too, require second chances.
I make an effort to be grateful. Thinking about my blessings makes me happy and provides me energy. I appreciate the generosity of others and feel more at ease in my life.
Rather than avoiding them, I confront them. I spend my time and attention to problem solving. I replace my anxiety with assurance. I demonstrate to myself that I am capable and strong.
I only work on one thing at a time. I slow down and focus entirely on my current task.
My work quality improves, and my activities become more enjoyable.
I deal with stress. I take breaks during the day, exercise frequently, and think positively.
I keep track of my media consumption. I prefer to obtain information from trustworthy and constructive sources. Rather than watching TV, I spend my free time on hobbies and socializing.
I spend a lot of time outside. Communing with nature both wakes and calms my senses. I feel like I’m a part of something bigger than myself.
My life is simplified. I shop less and donate items that I rarely use. I take charge of my calendar so that I may devote more time to my own priorities. I establish efficient routines and turn off my phone for a few hours every day.
Today, I strive to create more peaceful moments for myself and others. I am both happy and calm.
Questions for Self-Reflection:
- Why is it critical to prioritize mental health?
- What is the connection between serenity and patience?
- How can I use my breath to help me relax?