Letting Go: How to Use Meditation to let go of difficult emotions
Throughout most self-help or meditation practices, “Let it go” is an oversimplified mantra. It can be frustrating to be told to let things go, especially when this instruction comes at a time when we’re struggling with a negative experience or feeling. It can also be difficult to determine what letting go actually refers to. How
Everyone experiences negative emotions from time to time — this is totally normal. However, when negative emotions persist and become overwhelming, they can start to affect your mental and physical health. Fortunately, there’s a simple meditation technique you can use to help you let go of negative emotions. This technique is called RAIN, and it
It is very important to our sense of wellbeing and mental health that we learn to make peace with the fact that we cannot control everything in our lives. We have all experienced painful situations and times where we felt like nothing was going our way, and it can be easy to slip into negative
Practising mindfulness can help us realise that anger need not be a problem. Anger is something that most people experience at least once or twice a day. It can arise if you feel like things aren’t going your way, or as though someone is trying to take advantage of you. Sometimes, you may experience an
In today’s world, stress is everywhere. Whether it comes from social media, work, school, relationships, or family, we are constantly bombarded with information and demands. This constant barrage of stimuli makes it difficult to focus on anything else. And when we don’t take time to relax and unwind, it often results in burnout and exhaustion.
Respond, don’t React: Taming Stress through Mindful Presence
When you have felt under attack or unsafe, have you ever noticed that your reaction only worsened the situation? Then you might need to read on. In this article we’re going to be discussing the huge difference between reacting and responding to stressful situations, and how we can bring our minds to a point of