How would it feel to live the life you truly desire?
To let go of the life you feel you “should” be living?
Would you like to free your mind & find peace?
If you answered yes to any of these questions…
You are not alone. PEACE is the freedom of the mind from annoyance, distraction, stress, anxiety, and obsession.
It is tranquility . . . it is serenity . . .
It sounds pretty amazing, right?
Take a deep breath in and out – imagining how you would feel if your mind was free from annoyance, anxiety, stress, and obsession.
Imagine “serenity . . . now.”
Unfortunately, life stressors, such as health, finances, career/work, and relationships, can get in the way of finding your peace and living the life you truly desire.
- Gallup found that 2020 was officially the most stressful year in recent history, with a record-high 40% of adults worldwide saying they experienced a lot of stress the previous day.
- Women are more likely to report dealing with stress, compared to their male counterparts (28% and 20%, respectively). (American Psychological Association).
There are 2 main types of stress – acute and chronic – that we all experience.
Acute stress is short-term stress. It’s what we encounter in our day-to-day lives. It’s the stress you feel getting pulled over for a speeding ticket, during a job interview, being in an argument, or when you’re running late for an important appointment. Typically once the situation is resolved, the stress diminishes.
The second type of stress is chronic stress – which is feeling pressured and overwhelmed. This can be the stress of a divorce, financial strain, struggling relationships (family, friends, coworkers), an extremely taxing job, or ongoing health issues. Chronic stress occurs over a long period of time.
Not all stress is bad for you. There’s also a positive type of acute stress called eustress. Eustress causes your body to release adrenaline, which helps motivate and energize you. You experience eustress when you find out you got that promotion or job you applied for – after a good workout – when you get married – or riding a roller coaster.
Experiencing stress is a normal part of being human, of being alive. However, when you experience more chronic versus acute stress, it takes a toll on your overall health and well-being.
It shows up as emotional, physical, mental, and behavioral symptoms, such as:
- Emotional: irritability, anxiety, depression, fatigue, overwhelm, memory problems, loneliness, moodiness, anger.
- Physical: tension, headaches, high blood pressure, reflux, gastrointestinal issues, loss of sex drive, dizziness.
- Mental: worrying, negativity, indecision, foggy thinking, impaired judgment.
- Behavioral: eating more or less, nervous habits (nail biting, fidgeting, pacing), procrastinating, withdrawing from others, sleeping too much or not enough.
Fortunately, there are many tools to help decrease and manage your stress. The key is finding what works best for you.
Meditation helps you slow down, become centered, grounded, calm, connected, peaceful, aware of yourself and your surroundings – and so much more.
Intuitive Healing is an energetic, holistic practice that balances your mind, body, and spirit. This practice helps clear any energetic blocks you may have, so you can move forward in a positive direction with clarity and ease.
Imagine how powerful it is when Meditation & Intuitive Healing are combined!
This is my free gift to you!
4 Free Healing Meditations that will help you decrease and many times eliminate the stress in your life – freeing you to find your path to peace.
The topics of the 4 Healing Meditations are related to the top 4 life stressors, which are – health, finances, relationships, and career.
Options for finding your path to peace.
These days I have found my peace. But it wasn’t always this way.
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These days I have found my peace. I live with my husband of 17+ years, Dave, and our dogs Waylon and Willie. I am co-creating my life with the Divine, God, Source, Spirit, which provides me the freedom and flexibility to live the life I desire, not a life I “should” be living.
But it wasn’t always this way.