Healthy Habits

Silence

When was the last time you sat in a quiet room by yourself?

When was the last time you were able to quiet your mind?

The world we live in is non-stop, day and night.

Things are so easily available to us nowadays; we want things immediately and done right away.

Doesn’t matter what toll it will take on our bodies or wallet…

If it makes us happy and feel good in the moment, who cares long term right?

Let’s slow our roll

This go, go, go mentally is leaving us all frantic, trying to move along with everyone else, or keep up with our own expectations…

Like wooooah, let’s take a step back before another mental breakdown happens forreal.

What can we do?

We can commit to taking time to relax our mind, body and soul daily.

Think of it as your way of organizing your inner files.

The more time you put toward it → the more clear and efficient you will be as a whole.

#normanvincentpeale recommends taking this time each day (ideally multiple times throughout the day if possible) → to sit in silence and fully relax.

Why?

Because this not only helps us make better decisions in the day to day moments…

It also calms our nerves, allows us to see things with more clarity, and strengthens our self-awareness.

It also connects us with Infinite Intelligence: where all our awesome ideas come from!

More silence, more sanity

When we sit in silence…

With the intention to quiet and relax…

Our strength is renewed.

Next time you are feeling overwhelmed, don’t take it as a negative!

It’s the world’s way of telling you that you need to SIT IN SILENCE.

Get alone, even if it’s just a few minutes a day.

Process your emotions.

Breathe.

Write things down if needed.

Carve out the time → your life, inner peace and sanity depend on it!

x Corie

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