I Am Cool, Calm and Collected
Being cool. calm and collected is the beautiful art of ease. Stay cool and you will be like a breath of fresh air; keep calm under pressure and you will bless everyone with your peaceful presence; be emotionally collected as a way to transform chaos into peace.
The disposition of being cool when things get heated; calm in the midst of conflict; and collected during challenging times, is what it takes to be unstoppable. Practice the art of moving through life with ease to reach your potential and fulfill your dreams.
Staying cool on a physical level comes from activating the relaxation response. The simple act of taking a few deep breaths before you react to a heated situation will turn off the stress response so that you can respond from a place of relaxed clarity.
To keep calm in the midst of conflict takes a peaceful mindset. To develop inner peace you can practice meditation and mindfulness. Meditation is the practice of quieting the mind by turning inward; mindfulness is the habit of being fully present in the moment.
Being emotionally collected when faced with life challenges or challenging people is about keeping your heart open. When you respond to life and people with love you have the power to transform challenges into opportunities.
As a spiritual being on a human journey you already have what it takes to be cool, calm and collected. Simply observe what is happening in the physical world while staying connected to the wisdom of your Higher Self.
Eat foods that help you feel calm. These include: raw fruits and veggies, pumpkin seeds, fermented foods, walnuts, quinoa, oatmeal, dark chocolate, and cherries. Eating in a peaceful environment with soothing music will enhance your digestion.
Revive the lost art of living with a sense of ease by spending more time in nature. Walk barefoot on the earth to get grounded. The electrons from the earth will reduce stress and inflammation in your body, calm your mind and soothe your soul.
With love and light,
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