Where attention goes, energy flows.
Lockdown has made me really connect with and be grateful for nature. Last year was the first time I actually observed the local parks and forests go through their cycles of growth and death.
We spend so much time focusing on what we don’t want that the reason many are stuck in life is they can’t actually imagine their life being any different.
It all starts with a thought. Your thoughts become things.
One of the biggest lessons to help anxiety is by managing your attention.
Take responsibility and recognise when you are thinking anxious thoughts that grabs your attention and direct it to your breath.
IF IN DOUBT, SLOW IN, SLOW OUT
Your body wants to focus on things, focusing on your breath brings you into the present and activates your vagus nerve allowing your body to relax.
Allow yourself to slow down and be present.
Enjoying the little moments, the beauty around you and be grateful for it and it will grow in abundance.
Always return to your breath.